Serpentarium Mundi of Alexei Alexeev The Ophidian Iconography Quest (Mundus Vetus & Mundus Novus, 1993 - present)
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  EUROPE NORTH AFRICA WEST & CENTRAL ASIA SOUTH & SOUTHEAST ASIA EAST ASIA NORTH AMERICA
Region 003 of 006 SOUTH & SOUTHEAST ASIA Region 005 of 006
INDIA
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Sri Lanka
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Myanmar
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Thailand
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Cambodja
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Vietnam
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Pakistan
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Nepal
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Indonesia
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Map SSA-001. Highlights of Alexei Alexeev's research travels and his exploration of South & Southeast Asian museum collections, archaeological sites, and religious complexes in quest of artefacts featuring ophidian iconography. A complete list of visited and prospective locations is available on the Sources introductory page of the Compendium.

Expeditions: Dates: Countries: Locations:
First Indian
Expedition

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27 January - 6 March 2013 India
New Delhi, Mathura, Sanchi, Udayagiri, Khajuraho, Barabar, Nalanda, Patna, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Udayagiri, Khandagiri, Lalitgiri, Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, Konark, Ajanta, Ellora, Buddhaleni, Elephanta, Kanheri, Karla
Second Indian Expedition Prospect India New Delhi, Mathura, Deogarh, Eran, Sanchi, Udayagiri, Khajuraho, Barabar, Nalanda, Patna, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Khandagiri, Lalitgiri, Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, Konark, Ajanta, Ellora, Buddhaleni, Mumbai, Elephanta, Kanheri, Karla, Kuda, Badami, Aihole, Nagarjunakonda, Amaravati, Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Lalitankura
First Nepalese Expedition Prospect Nepal Kathmandu, Budhanilkantha
First Pakistan Expedition Prospect Pakistan Peshawar, Taxila, Lahore, Karachi
First Sri Lankan Expedition Prospect Sri Lanka Colombo
First Myanmar Expedition Prospect Myanmar Yangon
First Thailand Expedition Prospect Thailand Bangkok
First Cambodjian Expedition Prospect Cambodja Phnom Penh
First Vietnamese Expedition Prospect Vietnam Hanoi
First Indonesian Expedition Prospect Indonesia Jakarta

Source-Image(s): All images are from Alexei Alexeev's personal photo archive. All artefacts will be available for viewing in the Compendium's respective volumes after the completion of the fully integrated iconographic database. Some of the artefacts will be represented by several figures (offering a general view and details). The map is designed by Alexei Alexeev.

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