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Photographs in John Vincent Bellezza Collection

Funerary structure FS1. The two funerary structures located west of the temple-tomb. The longitudinal chambers of the temple-tomb. The north face of the temple-tomb. Note the courses of bond-stones and diagonally placed blocks. Pillars near the southeast corner of the concourse. The array of pillars from the top of the temple-tomb. The view from the east. The detail of the all-stone corbelled ceiling of Kyipuk (<i>skyid phug </i>).
The interior of Kyipuk (<i>skyid phug </i>). The courtyard of Kyipuk (<i>skyid phug </i>). The north side of Kyipuk (<i>skyid phug </i>). The south side of Kyipuk (<i>skyid phug </i>). Terracing in the upper sector. Funerary structure FS3 in the upper sector. A view of twin funerary structures FS1 in the upper sector. The lower sector dispersion.
Structural vestiges of the lower sector. Upright slab wall fragments, funerary structure FS1. Funerary structure FS10. Funerary structure FS5. Dokhang (<i>rdo khang</i>) South. Note the niches and in situ corbelling. Dokhang (<i>rdo khang</i>) North. Dokhang (<i>rdo khang</i>) South. The cave site.
The site, taken from nearly the same perspective as George Roerich used for his 1928 photograph of the site. Mönpé Doring (<i>mon pa’i rdo ring</i>). The double-course funerary enclosure. Measuring funerary structure FS1. The lake is Bültso (<i>bul mtsho</i>) and in the snowy range of mountains beyond is the sacred mountain Kyungka (<i>skyung ka</i>). Funerary structure FS23, one of the site’s more intact funerary structures. In the background is Dungtso (<i>mdung mtsho</i>) and beyond the lake is Namra (<i>nam ra</i>), the high snow peak. Funerary structure FS49. The survey team at funerary structure FS127. The low elevation structure of funerary structure FS28.

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