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[自然百科] 2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

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[自然百科] 2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

 


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  Guge -The Lost Kingdom of Tibet | 藏地密码之 《古格-消失的西藏王朝》
 

 一个曾经盛极一时的文明,一个西藏佛教的黄金时代。《古格:消失的西藏王朝》深入探讨这个有七百年历史 的王国如何在一夕间瓦解崩落的原因与过程,为您揭开隐藏在其背后的秘辛。西藏西部的札布让是世界上最与世隔绝的地区之一,古格文明曾经在此地生根茁壮,西藏佛教的黄金时期便在西元十世纪发源於此。这个强大 帝国何以在十七世纪中叶突然消失,是因为西方传教士吗?或是因为两兄弟间的争权夺利?整个古城为什么荒废了?最近在当地发现的无头尸究竟真实身分为何? 

 

American archaeologist John Bellezza joins Tibetan historian Tsering Gyalpo in telling the story of how the Guge Kingdom came to flourish and then collapse. Using reenactments, the story features the riches and opulence of the Royal Family, and the collapse from the King's brother encouraging the Ladakhis to attack in the early 1600s.

 

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[Homework]2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

The answer may have revealed itself after heavy rains. ** uncovered the entrance to a dark tunnel, with a passageway that seemed to have down towards the village below. This secret tunnel would eventually prove to be useful not just as a transport, but for the survival of the entire kingdom. But perhaps the greatest revelations on Guge were found here. Within this nearly inaccessible structure are clues that hint what life in Guge must have been like. This is the red temple.Behind these ancient doors, some of the Buddhism's finest murals tell us story of one of the greatest civilizations in Asia, one that in its heyday with unsurpassed across Himalayas. These murals documented life in Guge and presented pictorial history of this once-great kingdom.
-The murals of Guge are simply stunning, not only as great art work, but they encapsulated the experiences of the kingdom, its culture, its peoples, its society, the ways in which they did business, the ways in which they moved about and traded. These are all represented in the murals. This is not merely art work. This is history in visual form.
Over the centuries, Tibet and its people have seen great upheavals. It began as a unified empire. Then around the year 850, the empire fell apart after a series of brutal civil wars.

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The answer may have reviewed itself after heavy rains, soily erosion uncovered the entrance to a dark tunnel with a passage way that seemed to head down towards the valley below.

This secret tunnel would eventually proved to be useful, not just as transport, but for the survival of the entire kingdom, but perhaps the greatest revelations on Guge were found here, within this nearly inaccessible structure are clues that hint what life in Guge must have been like. This is the red temple, behind these ancient doors, some of Buddism's finest murals tell a story of one of the greatest civilizations in Asia, one that in its heyday was unsurpassed across the Himalayas. These murals document life in Guge and present pictorial history of this once great kingdom.

The murals of Guge are simply stunning, not only as great artwork, but they encapsulate the experience of the kingdom, its culture, its people, its society, the ways in which they did business, the ways in which they moved about and traded, these are all represented in the mural, this is not merely artwork, this is history in visual form.

Over the centuries Tibet and its people have seen great upheavals, it began as a unified empire, then around the year 850, the empire fell apart after a series of brutal civil wars.
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[Homework]2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

The answer may have revealed itself after heavy rains. Soil erosion uncovered the entrance to a dark tunnel with a passage way that seemed to head down towards the valley below. This secret tunnel would eventually prove to be useful not just as transport, but for the survival of the entire kingdom. But perhaps the greatest revelations on Guge were found here. Within this nearly inaccessible structure are clues that hint what life in Guge must have been like. This is the Red Temple. Behind these ancient doors, some of Buddhism's finest murals tell a story of one of the greatest civilizations in Asia, one that in its heyday, was unsurpassed across the Himalayas. These murals document life in Guge and present pictorial history of this once great kingdom. The murals of Guge are simply stunning, not only as a great art work, but they encapsulate the experience of the kingdom, its culture, its peoples, its society, the ways in which they did business, the ways in which they moved about and traded. These are all represented in the murals. This is not merely art work, this is history in visual form. Over the centuries, Tibet and its people have seen great upheavals. It began as a unified empire, then around the year 850, the empire fell apart after a series of brutal civil wars.
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[Homework]2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

本帖最后由 602dlc 于 2013-11-18 11:31 编辑

The answer may have revealed itself after heavy rains. Soil erosion uncovered the entry(entrance) to a dark tunnel with a passage way that seem to head down to whatis(towards the)  a valley below. The secret tunnel would eventually proved(prove) to be useful not just as a() transport, but for the survival of the entire kindom. But perhaps the greatest dravalation() on Guga were found here. Within its nearly inaccessible structure are clues of(that hint) hints what life must (in Guge have been) be like in Guga. This is the red temple. Behind these ancient doors, some of Buddist's finest murals tell a story of one of the greatest civilization in asia(Asia), one that in its heyday was unsurpassed (across )the Hymliriads. These murals document life in guga and preserved pictorial history of the(this once) great kindom. The murals of Guga are simply stunning, not only as a great art work, but they encapsulate the experience of the kindom, its culture, its peoples, its society, the ways in which they did business, the ways in which they moved about and traded. These are all represented in the mural. This is not merly art work. This is history in visual form. Over the centuries, Tibet and its people have seen great of peoples(upheavels). It began as a unified enpower(empire). (Then) Around the year 1850(850), the enpower(empire) fell apart after a series of brutal cival wars.
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The answer may have revealed itself after heavy rains. Soil erosion uncovered the entrance to a dark tunnel, with a passage way that seemed to head down towards the valley below.

The secret tunnel would eventually prove to be useful, not just as transport, but for the survival of the entire kingdom.

But perhaps the greatest revelations on Guge were found here. Within this nearly inaccessible structure, are clues that hint what life in Guge must have been like.

This is the red temple. Behind these ancient doors, some of Buddhism's finest murals tell a story of one of the greatest civilizations in Asia. One that in its heyday was unsurpassed across the Himalayas. These murals document life in Guge and present pictorial history of this once great kingdom.

The murals of Guge are simply stunning. Not only as a great artwork, but they encapsulate the experience of the kingdom, its culture, its people, its society, the way in which they did business, the way in which they moved about and traded. These are all represented in the mural. This is not merely artwork. This is history in visual form.

Over the centuries, Tibet and its people have seen great upheavals. It began as a unified empire, then around year 850, the empire fell apart after a series of brutal civil wars.
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[Homework]2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

The answer may have revealed itself after heavy rains. Soil erosion uncover the entrance to a dark tunnel with a passageway that seem to head down towards the valley below. This secret tunnel would eventually proved to be useful not just as transport but for the survival of the entire kingdom.But perhaps the greatest revelations on Guge were found here. Within this nearly inaccessible structure are clues of hint of what life in Guge must have been like. This is the Red Temple. Behind these ancient doors, some of Buddhism's finest murals tell a story of one of the greatest civilisations in Asia, one that in its heyday was unsurpassed across the Himalayas. These murals document life in Guge and present a pictorial history of this once great kingdom.
The murals of Guge are simply stunning. Not only is a great artwork, but they incaptulate the experience of the kingdom, its culture, its peoples, its society, the ways in which they did business, the ways in which they moved about and traded. These are all represented in the mural. This is not merely artwork. This is history in visual form.
Over the centuries, Tibet and its people have seen greater peoples.
It began as a unified empire. Around the year 850, the empire fell apart after a serious of brutal civil wars.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2013-11-16 古格:消失的西藏王朝—9

The answer may have revealed itself after heavy rains,soil erosion uncovered the entrance to a dark tunnel with a passsageway that seemed to head down towards the valley below.
This secret tunnel would eventually proved to be useful not just as a transport
but for the survival of the entire kingdom.But perhaps the greatest revelationson Guge were found here.Within these nearly inaccessible structure are close to the hint what the life in Guge must have been like.
This is the Red Temple,behind this ancient doors.some of the Buddhisms finestmurals tell story of one of the greatest civilizations in Asia.One that in its heyday was unsurpassed across Himalayas.
These murals ducument life in Guge and present pictorial history of this once great kingdom.
The murals of Guge are simply stunning,not only it's great art work,but they encapsulated the experience of kingdom,its culture,its people,its society,the ways in which they did business,the ways in which they moved about and traded.these are all represented in the mural.this is not only art work,this is history in visual form.
Over the centuries,Tibet and its people have seen great upheavals ,it began as a unified empire.then around the year 850,the empire fell apart after a series brutal civil wars.


                                                   
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Over the centuries, Tibetan it people have seen a great peoples. It began as a unified empire, the around a year 1850, the empire fell apart after a series of brutal civil wars.
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