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By Walter A. Jr. Fairservis

Big apple 1956 Anthropological Papers of yankee Museum of normal historical past. Vol forty five half 2. 4to., pp. 169-402, 26 picture illustrations, wraps. proprietor signed. stable plus, disguise erratically pale.

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1 1 An interesting note on the Bolan Pass route and its use historically is found in the distribution of the so-called petroglyphs. These represent animals (usually ibexes or goats), human figures, and geometric motifs on rocks. They have not as yet been dated. They are found along all the well-known trade routes: Bobrinskii (1908) reported them from Russian Turkestan; we saw them in the Kunduz area, the Shiba Pass, and in the Ghorband Valley on the northern route to Kabul from the Oxus River area.

North of the Baleli Junction the drainage of the Aghbarg and Quetta valleys joins in the Karak Lora which flows into Pishin Tahsil, its border being around Mastarzai. The area west of the Karak Lora is in general an arid plain intersected by deep ravines, gradually merging with the gravel talus which derives from the low ranges forming the west wall of the valley. Modern occupation of this area is negligible. Q29: A single site was found in the extreme south near the Baleli-Gulistan Road which traverses it from east to west.

Khyber N. D. Timur-i-lang Khyber N. D. D. N. India Nadir Shah Even in an attack on Sind, it was apparently that the Ghilzai nomads now make their principal seasonal migration via the Gomel Pass and preferable to march down the Indus River somewhat less frequently across the Kurram, Valley than to negotiate the Baluchistan passes. , was begun via the Kurram Valley, a minor part in these migrations. There are obvious advantages in using these passes rather though he did return to Kandahar via the than the Bolan.

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