By Claudio Margottini (auth.), Claudio Margottini (eds.)
This paintings experiences on a true experience in earth technological know-how and conservation, facing the UNESCO’s emergency actions carried out in Bamiyan (Central Afghanistan) for the restoration and rehabilitation of the cliff and niches after the destruction of the 2 recognized gigantic Statues in 2001.
Since 2002 a global attempt has been made to appreciate the geological features of the realm, the mechanical homes of neighborhood fabrics, petro-geophysical and sedimentological info in addition to the ancient and geological evolution of the Statues and cliff. Taken jointly, this data serves as a foundation for the restoration and rehabilitation of the cliff and niches and is gifted in detail.
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Extra info for After the Destruction of Giant Buddha Statues in Bamiyan (Afghanistan) in 2001: A UNESCO's Emergency Activity for the Recovering and Rehabilitation of Cliff and Niches
There are paintings on the roofs of the niches of both these figures. In the case of the latter some have been copied. , was all added by putting on stucco. The niche of the female figure is irregular, and looks as if it had been left unfinished. 3. A smaller figure, 50 or 60 feet high, estimated. This figure has almost entirely disappeared. (…) 4. A seated figure about 25 to 30 feet high, in a niche. This figure looks as if it had been cut out and prepared for stucco, but the stucco had never been applied.
They consist of two figures, a male and a female; the one named silsal, the other Shahmama. The figures are cut in alto relievo on the face of the hill, and represent two colossal images. The male is the larger of the two, and about 120 feet high. It occupies a front of 70 feet; and the niche in which it is excavated, extends about that depth into the hill. This idol is mutilated; both legs having been fractured by cannon; and the countenance above the mouth is destroyed. The lips are very large; the ears long and pendent; and there appears to have been a tiara on the head.
In 1832 he began to travel through the Hindu Kush coming from Kabul. His emotion at the sight of the two colossi was so strong that he decided to publish the memoirs of his travels in a book. ” In the meantime his diplomatic career was broken. At the beginning of the Afghan rebellion,12 Burnes and his brother were killed in Kabul at the Khyber Pass slaughter in 1841. Nothing could be more grand than the scenery which we met in this valley. Frightful precipices hung over us; and many a fragment beneath informed us of their instability.
After the Destruction of Giant Buddha Statues in Bamiyan (Afghanistan) in 2001: A UNESCO's Emergency Activity for the Recovering and Rehabilitation of Cliff and Niches by Claudio Margottini (auth.), Claudio Margottini (eds.)