The Life and Work of Lumír Jisl



Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference 108 Images of Mongolia: The Photographs of Czechoslovak Archaeologist Lumír Jisl 1957-1963
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Field Philosophy and religion
Keywords Images of Mongolia; Photographs; Lumír Jisl
Description The text is focused on Lumír Jisl (1921-1969), an outstanding Czechoslovak archaeologist and expert in Oriental art and material culture including Tibetan Buddhism. He was engaged in the study of Buddhist art in China, Tibet and mainly in Mongolia, where he led a successful archaeological expedition exploring prince Kultegin (685-732) memorial in 1958. There is a detailed description of his work, life and Asian travels 1957-1969.

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