Lian Slayford

Lian Slayford
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Lian is a Research Archaeologist, specialising in Religious Archaeology.
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Recent pages by Lian Slayford

This article gives a brief history of the Tomb of Abu Sa’id Faḍl Allah in Turkmenistan
This article gives a brief overview of the famous Chinese bandit, Bai Lang.
This article explores the history of grave monuments in the Ivory Coast.
This article looks at prehistoric settlement patterns in Lesotho.
This article looks at the dissolution of the British Empire during the era of Vietnam.
This article looks at the life and works of the Indian Buddhist Missionary Dharmakṣema
This article looks at the political history of the Yemen Arab Republic.
This article looks at rainfall erosion at Roman in Lesotho, a country in south west Africa.
This article looks at the origin of the name Horus.
This article looks at the archaeological search for the lost land of Irem.
This article looks at the origins of the blue crown in Ancient Egypt.
This article looks at drought, famine and disease in 19th century Lesotho.
This article gives a brief history of the Tarhuntassa-Treaties from ancient times.
This article explores who the Chihilgani were and the role they played in society.
This article explores the various civilizations in the ancient Middle East.
This article traces the history of the Cult of the Heavenly Kings in China.
This article looks at the history of the Great Plague in Iran.
This article traces the history of the Naning War in Malaysia.
This article gives a brief history of the Rif War in Morocco.
This article looks at the influence the Tajik language has had on Central Asian Arabic.
This article traces the rise and fall of Confucian Ethics in Singaporean history.
This article looks at India's role in Nepal's Maoist insurgency.
This article gives a brief history of the Tamil Eelam Movement in Sri Lanka.
This article looks at the reasons why China sent cadres to Tibet in the 1980s.
This article looks at the history of ghost exorcism and sacrifice in Nepal
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