“The Winged Crown and the Triple-crescent Crown in the Sogdian Funerary Monuments from China: Their Relation to the Hephthalite Occupation of Central Asia”

@article{Kageyama2007TheWC,
  title={“The Winged Crown and the Triple-crescent Crown in the Sogdian Funerary Monuments from China: Their Relation to the Hephthalite Occupation of Central Asia”},
  author={Etsuko Kageyama},
  journal={Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={11-22}
}
  • Etsuko Kageyama
  • Published 2007
  • Geography
  • Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology
  • Recently, the influence of the Hephthalite occupation of the Central Asia from the second half of the fifth century to the first half of the sixth century has been demonstrated through the examination of archaeological, philological and iconographical material from this region. J. Ya. Il'yasov's examination of iconographical material sees a political and cultural unification of Central Asia by the Hephthalites as being behind the diffusion in the region of identical costumes, such as the winged… CONTINUE READING
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