OF MAS'UD III,
Ghazni Province. 136 km south of
& Ghurid, 11th-13th C. (Ceramic, documentary, stylistic,
Timurid, 15th-16th C. (Stylistic).
" The palace is a complex
of buildings surrounding a central, marble paved courtyard.
The most significant find was a long, decorated marble frieze
with an inscription in Persian, 250 m long. Other finds include
objects of glass, ceramic and bronze, decorative stuccos,
paintings, marbles and tilework."
Ball, W. Archaeological Gazetteer of Afghanistan, Paris,
1982, p. 106