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Monuments of central asia a guide to the archaeology art and architecture of turkestan edgar knobloch on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this comprehensive account of the culture and history of central asia edgar knobloch describes the main centers of the age old civilization throughout the book he spices the text with quotations from the works of contemporary travelersthe paperback of the monuments of central asia a guide to the archaeology art and architecture of turkestan by edgar knobloch at barnes and noble free membership educators gift cards stores and events help auto suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters use up arrow for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow and down arrow for monuments of central asia a guide to the archaeology art and architecture of turkestan edgar knobloch home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create monuments of central asia a guide to the archaeology art and architecture of turkestan by edgar knobloch ibtauris paperback like new like new very light shelf weardr edgar knobloch 11 november 1927 3 february 2013 citation needed was a czech writer who specialised in the history of central asia and the islamic worldhe studied middle eastern history at the charles university and the oriental institute in prague he travelled extensively and first visited central asia in 1959 he became a fellow of the royal geographical society in 1999

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