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Dunhuang Caves (China)


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    • Caves of the Thousand Buddhas (China)
    • Chʻien-fu Caves (China)
    • Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes (China)
    • Dunhuang Mogao Ku (China)
    • Mo-kao Caves (China)
    • Mo-kao kʻu (China)
    • Mogao Caves (China)
    • Mogao Grottoes (China)
    • Qianfu Caves (China)
    • Thousand Buddhas Caves (China)
    • Tun-huang Caves (China)
    • Tun-huang Mo-kao kʻu (China)
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    • Tun-huang Caves (China)
  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Chuang, C. Tun-huang shih kʻu yin yüeh, 1984.
    • found: Col. gaz.(Dunhuang: Caves of the Thousand Buddhas (Mogao Caves) are nearby)
    • found: China City Guide web site, Sept. 18, 2000(Dunhuang, superb Buddhist art at the nearby Mogao Caves; famous Mogao Grottoes, about 25 km SE of Dunhuang; Art of Dunhuang Caves; Mogao Grottoes, also called Caves of a Thousand Buddhas)
    • found: Crystalinks web site, Sept. 18, 2000(Dunhuang Caves in China; 492 caves with 45,000 sq. m. of frescos, 2415 painted statues and 5 wood-structured caves; Mogao Grottoes; Mogao Grottoes of Dunhuang, popularly known as the Thousand Buddha Caves; between 1906 and 1919 the Dunhuang Grottoes were looted)
    • found: Consulate General of the PRC in Houston web site, Sept. 18, 2000(China to mark centennial discovery of Dunhuang Caves (May 4, 2000); Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes)
    • found: Lippincott(Tunhuang ... Chinese scriptures and paintings of Tʻang dynasty (A.D. 618-906) were found (1900) in stone caves nearby)
    • found: Tzu hai:p. 2821.
    • found: 95681274: Tun-huang Mo-kao kʻu ching kuan tʻu, 1993:map recto (Mogao Grottoes of Dunhuang)
    • found: LC database, Dec. 30, 1997(titles: Dunhuang Caves)
    • notfound: Britannica 14;Web. geog.
  • Change Notes

    • 2000-09-19: new
    • 2009-05-19: revised
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