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Boardman, John, The Diffusion of Classical Art in Antiquity, The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts (London: Thames and Hudson, 1994), 149 | Fig.4.95
Stein, Aurel, ‘Archaeological Notes from the Hindukush Region’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 1/April, (April 1944), pp. 14-16 | pl. III a
Cambridge: Fitzwilliam Museum, 6 October-13 December 1992, The Crossroads of Asia: Transformation in Image and Symbol in the Art of Ancient Afghanistan and Pakistan, Elizabeth Errington, Joe Cribb, and Maggie Claringbull, eds, 90 (Cambridge: Ancient India and Iran Trust, 1992), No.95
Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, 2 April-16 July 1995, Buddha in Indien: Die frühindische Skulptur von König Asoka bis zur Guptazeit, Deborah E. Klimburg-Salter, ed. (Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum and Milan: Skira, 1995), no. 9 on p. 64, p. 65 fig. 9
Salomon, Richard, ‘An Inscribed Silver Buddhist Reliquary of the Time of King Kharaosta and Prince Indravarman’, Journal of the American Oriental Society, 116/3, (1996), pp. 438-439 | p. 439 fig.23
Jettmar, Karl, ‘Rock Carvings and Stray Finds in the Mountains of North Pakistan: Archaeology before Excavation’, Maurizio Taddei, ed., South Asian Archaeology: Papers from the Fourth International Conference of the Association of South Asian Archaeologists in Western Europe, 2 vols, Series minor: Istituto universitario orientale, Seminario di studi asiatici, 6 (Naples: Istituto universitario orientale, 1979), ii, 917-926
Litvinsky, B. A., Copper Cauldrons from the Indian Subcontinent and Pamirs: The Ancient Connection of the Two Regions
Litvinskij, Boris A., ‘Copper Cauldrons from Gilgit and Central Asia. More about Saka and Dards and Related Problems’, East and West, 52/1-4, (2002), 127-149
Litvinskij, B.A., ‘Pamir und Gilgit, kulturhistorische Verbindungen’, ed. Karl Jettmar, Antiquities of Northern Pakistan: Reports and Studies, ii, 4 vols (Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 1993), ii, 141-149
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