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[自然百科] 2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

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[自然百科] 2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

 


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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]2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

Being so high also made the palace a perfect strategic location. The sheer cliffs on three sides and a steep summit made the city virtually impregnable. Jhon Bellezza and Tsering Gyalpo believe that this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold. What stories could these weathered walls tell? Perhaps an answer to a question that st* experts for decades how did the royals of Guge make their way to the top of the sc*? Certainly not the steep 30-minute high-caped narrow craggy path used by commoners. Tsering thinks that he may have discovered a clue to this mystery. At the far end of the royal complex is a wide-open space, which for years experts assumed was reception hall for the king. After analyzing the soil composition there, Tsering found traces of horse hair and manure.
But if indeed there was a stable high on this mountain, the question still remains. How could these horses made their way 300 meters to the top of this city?

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本帖最后由 polartag 于 2013-11-14 10:29 编辑

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Being so high also made the power’s perfect strategic location, the sheer cliffs on three sides, and the steep summit made the city door virtually impregnable.

(From here the slopes are very steep, any invaders would find it almost impossible to climb up.)

John Bellezza and Tsering Gyalpo believe that this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold. What stories could these weathered walls tell? Perhaps an answer to a question that stymied experts for decades. How did the royals of Guge made their way to the top of the acropolis? Certainly not the steep 30 minute high cupped narrow craggy paths used by commoners.

Tsering thinks he may have discovered a clue to this mystery. At the far end of the royal complex is a wide open space which for years experts assumed was a reception hall for the king. But after analyzing the soil composition there, Tsering found traces of horse hair and manure.  

(When you study the ground, you can discover horse manure in the soil, some people believe that this manure has sacred properties.)

But if indeed there was a stable high on this mountain, the question still remains. How could these horses have made their way 300 meters to the top of the citadel?
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Being so high also made the palace a perfect strategic location. The sheer cliffs on three sides and the steep summit made the city door virtually impregnable.

John Bellezza and Tsering Gyalpo believe that this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold. What stories could these weathered walls tell? Perhaps an answer to a question that stymied experts for decades: how did the royals of Guge made their way to the top of their acropolis? Certainly not the steep 30 minute high cupped narrow craggy path used by commoners.

Tsering thinks he may have discovered a clue to this mystery. At the far end of the royal complex is a wide open space which for years experts assumed it was a reception hall for the king. But after analysing the soil composition there, Tsering found traces of horse hair and manure.

But if indeed there was a stable high on this mount, the question still remains, how could these horses have made their way 300 metres to the top of the citadel?
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[Homework]2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

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[Homework]2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

Being so high also made the palace a perfect strategic location. The sheer cliffs on three sides and the steep summit made the citadel virtually impregnable. John Bellezza and Tsering Gyalpo believe that this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold. What stories could these weathered walls tell? Perhaps an answer to a question that stymied experts for decades. How did the royals of Guge made their way to top of the acropolis? Certainly not the steep 30 minute hike up the narrow craggy parts used by commoners. Tsering thinks he may have discovered a clue to this mystery. At the far end of the royal complex is a wide open space which, for years, experts assumed was a reception hall for the king. But after analysing the soil composition there, Tsering found traces of horse hair and manure. But if indeed there was a stable high on this mount, the question still remains, how could these horses have made their way 300 meters to the top of the citadel?
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[Homework]2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

本帖最后由 602dlc 于 2013-11-14 11:21 编辑

Being so high also made a(the) palace a perfect strategic location. The shear cliffs on 3 size and the steep summit made the citidal city virtually impregnable. J B and in S G believed this is where the mystery slowly  begins to unfold. What stories could these weathered walls tell? Perhaps an answer to this question that stymides stymied the experts for decades, how did the royals of the G make their way to the top of these steep eclipps. Certainly not the steep 3000 30 miniutes  miles hike up  of the narrow cragy palves used by commnades. S thinks he may have found a clue to this mystery. At the far end of the royal comlex is a wide open space which for years experts assumed is was a reception hall for the king. But after analyzing the soil compositon there, S found traces of horses hair in and the manure. But if indeed there was a stable high on this mount, the question still remains. Howe could these horses have made their way 3,000 metres to the top of the citidal.
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

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Being so high also made the palace a perfect strategic location, the sheer cliffs on three sides and the steep summit made the citadel virtually impregnable.
John Belleza and Tsering Gyalpo believe that this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold, what stories could these weathered walls tell? Perhaps an answer to a question that stymied experts for decades, how did the royals of Guge made their way to the top of the *, certainly not the steep 30 minutes hike up the narrow craggy paths used by commoners.Tsering thinks he may have discovered a clue to this mystery, at the far end of the royal complex is a wide open space which for years experts assumed was a reception hall for the king, but after analyzing the soil composition there, Tsering found traces of horse hair and manure. But if indeed there was a stable high on this mountain, the question still remains how could these horses have made their way 300 meters to the top of the citadel?

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2013-11-14 古格:消失的西藏王朝—8

Being so high also made the palace perfect strategic location.The sheer cliffs                                                    on three sides and the steep summit made the city virtually impregnable.
John Bellezza and Tsering Gyalpo believe that this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold. what stories could these weathered walls tell.
perhaps the answer to the question that stymied experts for decades,How did the royals of Guge make their way to the top of the acropolis,certainly not the steep 30- minute high cupped of the narrow craggy paths used by commoners.
Tsering thinks he may have discovered a clue to this mystery.At the far end of the royal complex  is a wild open space which for years experts assumed was a reception hall for the king. But after analyzing the soil composition there,Tsering fonud the traces of horse hair and manure.
but if indeed there was a stable high on this mountain,the questions  still remains how could these horses made their way three hundred metres top to the citadel?



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Being so high also made the palace a perfect strategic location, the shell cliffs on 3 sides, and the stipple summit made the sited or virtually impregnable.

John Bellezza and Tsering Gyalpo believe this is where the mystery slowly begins to unfold. What stories would those withered walls tell?

Perhaps the answer to an question that // experts for decades, how did the royal’s of Guge makes their way to the top of the crumples? Certainly not the steep 30 miles high of the narrow crag parts use by commoners.      

Tsering seen he may have discovered a clue to this mystery at the far end of the royal complex, is a wide open space which for years experts presumed was a reception war for the king. But after analyzing the soy composition there, Tsering found traces of house air in manure.

But if indeed there was stable high on this mountain, the question still remains, how could these houses have made that way 300 meters to the top of the //.
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Being so high also made the palace a perfect strategic location.  The sheer cliffs on three sides, and the steep summit made the city all visually impregnable. John and Saran believed this is where the history slowly began to unfold. What’s stories could these weathered walls tell, perhaps an answer to a question that’s stumped experts for decades. How did the royals of Guge make their way to the top of the acropolis: certainly not the steep 30 minutes high cupped narrow craggy path used by commoners.  Saran thinks he may have discovered a clue to this mystery. At the far end of the Royal complex, there is a wide-open space which for years expert assumed was a reception hall for the king. But after analyzing the soil composition there, Saran found traces of horsehair in manure. But if indeed there was a stable high on this mount, the question still remains how could these horses have made their way 300 meters to the top of the citadel.

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