7th Allchin Symposium on South Asian Archaeology: an online success22 January, 2021
By Alessandro Ceccarelli and Cameron Petrie On Saturday 5 December 2020, the first ever online version of the Allchin Symposium was hosted in Cambridge. In keeping with the tradition.
Phased reopening of the Trust Library29 July, 2020
We are delighted to announce a limited reopening of our library in accordance with Public Health England advice. To make things as safe as possible for readers and staff,.
A new Bactrian inscription from Jaghori, Afghanistan27 May, 2020
Bactrian, the main administrative language of pre-Islamic Afghanistan, is unique amongst the languages of the Iranian family in being written in a script derived from Greek, a legacy of.
The Trust garden in Spring26 May, 2020
By James Cormick, Custodian at the Trust The garden is looking lovely, enjoying the hot dry weather. The roses in particular are having a field day.
Recent Publications from our Trustees – 2019/202020 May, 2020
As any recent publications acquired by the Trust are not currently accessible to readers, we thought we would share with you an update of recent publications from some of.
MUYA’s Virtual Reality project ‘Living Zoroastrianism’ (SOAS) acknowledged at BAFTSS awards10 April, 2020
The Multimedia Yasna Project (MUYA) has received special mention at the 2020 British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies (BAFTSS) awards ceremony. Their Virtual Reality project ‘Living Zoroastrianism‘,.