Lewan and the Bannu Basin: Excavation and Survey of Sites and Environments in North West Pakistan
Frank Raymond Allchin, B. Allchin, F. A. Durrani
B.A.R., 1986 - Social Science - 284 pages
"Cambridge-Peshawar Universities Joint Expedition, 1977-78."
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