Jandial, Taxila: The Gandharan temple layout
|Collections||Arthur Llewellyn Basham|
|Title:||Jandial, Taxila: The Gandharan temple layout|
|Keywords:||Gandhara;Archaeology & Architecture;Taxila;architecture;maps/plans;book scan|
|Series/Report no.:||Basham Collection|
|Description:||left) pronaos, a naos and an epistodome, and makes use of Ionian columns, and is still more Greek than Indian, right) The most ancient Indian temple is No. 17 at Sanchi: Its dimensions are small and it consists of a minute sanctuary which is preceded by a vestibule which has columns with bell-shaped capitals, Lions are carved on the abacus, a distorted memory of the Persepolitan capital which still survives at Tigowa,|
|Other Identifiers:||ANUA 682-523|
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