DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT AND SCHOLARSHIP: THE CASE OF THE YEAR 5 BUDDHA TRIAD, A GANDHARAN MASTERPIECE – TAASA Review March 2023
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This article was originally found in the March 2023 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 32, Issue 1, Page 22).
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Mark Allon, Ian McCrabb, Michael Skinner O ver the last seven years, our consortium, which consists of a group of local and international scholars, has developed a suite of digital frameworks to support both philological and art historical research and publishing of Gandharan materials.
These frameworks are of general applicability and are now being deployed on a wide range of other Central, South and Southeast Asian collections. Year 5 Buddha Triad, Gandhara, 2nd – 3rd century CE, schist, (H) 61.6cm x (W) 59.1cm.
Currently on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York...