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Kuh-i Khwaja [Pers. Kūh-i Khwāja]locked

  • Trudy S. Kawami

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Dramatic basalt outcrop that rises from the marshes of Lake Hamun in Iranian Sistan near the borders with Pakistan and Afghanistan. On the south side are the pale mud-brick ruins of Ghaga-shahr, a walled complex often called a palace and usually dated to the mid-Parthian period (1st century ...

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