S. Kuwayama, Across the Hindukush of the First Millennium : A Collection of the Papers

March 2002, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, Kyoto

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ix
SOURCES OF THE ORIGINAL PAPERS xi
I Buddhist Establishments in Taxila and Gandhara : A Chronological Review 1-11
II The Square Podium of Stupa in Taxila: its Introduction 12-19
III The Buddha’s Bowl in Gandhara 20-43
IV The Wheel-shaped Structure inside Stupa: A Hidden Import from Augustan Rome 44-68
V Shah-ji-ki Dheri before Kanishka 69-89
VI Aspects of Stupa Court at Hadda: Tapa Shotor and Lalma 90-106
VII The Hephthalites in Tokharistan and Gandhara 107-139
VIII Two Itineraries concerning the Emergence of the Colossi in Bamiyan 140-155
IX Bamiyan and its Buddhist Activities 156-161
X A New Date for Begram III 162-172
XI The Horizon of Begram III and Beyond A Chronological Interpretation of the Evidence for Monuments in the Kapiśi-Kabul-Ghazni Region 173-199
XII Zhun, Aruna and Two Superimposed Shrines at Khair Khana, Kabul 200-207
XIII Identity of the Napki Coins 208-221
XIV The Turki Shahis and Relevant Brahmanical Sculptures in East Afghanistan 222-248
XV The Inscription of Ganeśa from Gardez and a Chronology of the Turki Shahis 249-259
XVI Dating Yaśovarman of Kanauj on the Evidence of Huichao 260-270
NOTES FOR CHAPTERS 271-280
REFERENCES 281-297