This brief essay presents a preliminary assessment of the available data on the military architecture (c. 1920-1960) of the former Yusufzai State of Swat. The research material is formed by original notes and photographs by Domenico Faccenna, unpublished photos from the Miangul Archive, and field notes and original drawings by the authors. The essay is also meant to pay tribute to the memory of Domenico Faccenna († 2008), leader of the Italian Archaeological Mission from 1956 to 1995. The authors cooperated to the examination of this material which, although incomplete, may represent the initial step of a new theme of research on the military and civil architecture of the Swat State.

Forts of Swat Military Architecture at the Time of the Mianguls. Domenico Faccenna dicatum

OLIVIERI L;
2016

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This brief essay presents a preliminary assessment of the available data on the military architecture (c. 1920-1960) of the former Yusufzai State of Swat. The research material is formed by original notes and photographs by Domenico Faccenna, unpublished photos from the Miangul Archive, and field notes and original drawings by the authors. The essay is also meant to pay tribute to the memory of Domenico Faccenna († 2008), leader of the Italian Archaeological Mission from 1956 to 1995. The authors cooperated to the examination of this material which, although incomplete, may represent the initial step of a new theme of research on the military and civil architecture of the Swat State.
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