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A Buddhist monastery revealed by UAV survey and ground-penetrating radar in eastern Mongolia

  • Erdene Myagmar (a1), Henry Webber (a2), Geoffrey Parkes (a3), Vito Pecchia (a4) and Mark Horton (a2)...
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The site of the Dzuun Khuree monastery in the Upper Kherlen Valley of eastern Mongolia was recently investigated by UAV and ground-penetrating radar. The monastery's highly unusual circular form and layout suggest a foundation earlier than previously suspected.

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