The Burial Mounds of Central Tibet
|dbu ru: central horn
tumulus fields in the "horn" provinces
dbu ru: central horn
g.yo ru: left horn
g.yas ru: right horn
ru lag: 'additional' horn
Lower Western Tibet
dbu ru (central horn)
The grave fields in Lower Skyid shod.
The grave fields in Stod Lung
The grave fields in the area of the upper Lha chu (Skyid chu).
The grave fields in the area of Klung shod.
The grave fields in Upper Skyid shod.
The gave fields around ’Phan po township, Lhun grub County, with several major sites. (Arrow symbols indicate the (trapezoidal) tombs’ alignment.)
Central Mal gro. (Including a sat-photograph of Thong khis (no. 112), the largest imperial era grave field of Mal gro.)
Eastern Mal gro. (Including a photograph of the “grave lion of ’Chad kha”, related to grave field 105.)
The upper regions of Yar lung and ’Phyong po. (The indications of burial mound sites on this map are restricted to the place of “Tibet’s first
The burial mound sites (red symbols) of Snye mo and Gzhu in the boarder area between G.yas ru and Dbu ru
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