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Achaemenid Persia: Mauryan India (Editorial)

Title:Achaemenid Persia: Mauryan India (Editorial)
Author:Khandalavala, Karl
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 24 Issue no. 4; September 1971, p. 2-4 + 1 unnumbered leaf between 4 and 5
Abstract:There are common elements in Mauryan and Persian architecture. The audience hall (sabha) at Pataliputra was built with the assistance of Achemenid craftsmen, and based on a Persepolitan model.

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