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Bibliotheca Afghanica, Phototheca Afghanica. Website accessed 31 Aug 2012

Archaeology, 'Saving Afghanistan's Heritage. Online features 1998-2008'. Archaeological Institute of America website, accessed 31 Aug 2012

M. Grainger, 'Rebuilding Afghanistan', Geographical 2, 2009

J. Leslie, “But This Gang Of Ministers Could Neither Fly Nor Swim Properly”: Memoirs from 1920s Afghanistan (Book Review, 14 August 2015),

J. Leslie, 'Cult, Culture and the Need for Public Education: Why the National Museum in Kabul has little meaning for Afghans' (21 November 2014)

J. Leslie, 'A tale of two cities', Steppe 7, 2009

J. Leslie, 'The barber of Kabul', The Word Today 68/7, 2012

D.C. Thomas, ‘Looting, heritage management and archaeological strategies at Jam, Afghanistan’, Culture Without Context, 14 (Spring) 2004, 16-20, accessed on 3 Sep 2012

D.C. Thomas, F.J. Kidd, S. Nikolovski & C. Zipfel, 'The Archaeological Sites of Afghanistan in Google Earth', Aerial Archaeology Research Group News 37, 2008, 22-30, accessed on 3 Sep 2012

D.C. Thomas, G. Pastori & I. Cucco, ‘The Minaret of Jam Archaeological Project’, Antiquity 79/303, March 2005, Article number 79010, accessed on 3 Sep 2012

D.C. Thomas & C. Zipfel, 'A new look at Bust: Google Earth™ and archaeological sites in Afghanistan'. World Archaeological Congress 6 (2008) website, accessed on 31 Aug 2012

 D.C. Thomas, C. Zipfel, F.J. Kidd & S. Nikolovski, 'Google Earth™ and the archaeological exploration of Afghanistan' (2008), Museums & Culture Consulting / Staatlich anerkanntes Online-Archiv website, accessed on 3 Sep 2012

 UNESCO, 'Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley', UNESCO website, accessed on 9 Aug 2012

Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University

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The Balkh Art and Cultural Heritage Project

Agha Khan Trust for Culture

UNESCO

National Museum of Afghanistan

Ministry of Information and Culture