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Advanced Workshop In Upper Indus Rock Art Inscriptions and Digital Cultural Heritage

Abstract : "Irreplaceable concentrations of rock art and inscriptions along the Upper Indus River in northern Pakistan are vital records of regional and world cultural heritage created by visitors and local residents from prehistoric times to the present. Upper Indus petroglyphs and inscriptions reflect remarkably diverse visual symbolism, languages, and writing systems, which testify to cross-cultural exchanges, religious transmission, and intertwined networks for migration and trade in the high mountain environment where the Western Himalayas, Karakoram and Hindu Kush ranges converge." [Jason Neelis]
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Jason Neelis, Murtaza Taj, David Sarmiento-Castillo, Martin Vernier. Advanced Workshop In Upper Indus Rock Art Inscriptions and Digital Cultural Heritage. Advanced Workshop In Upper Indus Rock Art Inscriptions and Digital Cultural Heritage, Mar 2018, Lahore, Pakistan. ⟨halshs-02982011⟩

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