Quentin DEVERS

Researcher

CRCAO / UMR8155 - CNRS
  quentin.devers AT ifpindia DOT org
  +91-7400447719
  Eg. +91-413-2231605
  http://ladakharchaeology.com



Publications




Journal Articles

Richard Salomon, Quentin Devers, Tashi Ldawa. Kharoṣṭhī and Brāhmī Inscriptions from Ladakh. Bulletin of the Asia institute / Asia institute (Detroit, Mich.), 2021. (hal-03483099)

Quentin Devers, Gerald Kozicz, Heinrich Pöll. Introduction. Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines, Centre d'Etudes Mongoles & Sibériennes / École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2020, Ladakh Through the Ages. A Volume on Art History and Archaeology, 51. (hal-03049780)

Quentin Devers, Neil Howard. The defences of Basgo revisited. Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines, Centre d'Etudes Mongoles & Sibériennes / École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2020, Ladakh Through the Ages. A Volume on Art History and Archaeology, 51. (hal-03049792)

Quentin Devers. Buddhism before the First Diffusion? The case of Tangol, Dras, Phikhar and Sani-Tarungtse in Purig and Zanskar (Ladakh). Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines, Centre d'Etudes Mongoles & Sibériennes / École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2020, Ladakh Through the Ages. A Volume on Art History and Archaeology, 51. (hal-03049787)

Quentin Devers, Nils Martin, Tashi Ldawa, Kacho Mumtaz Ali Khan. Appendix: The Stepped Shrines of Kharul. Zentralasiatische Studien, International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, 2018, 46 [2017], pp.233-276. (hal-01997945)

Quentin Devers. Archaeological Ladakh: Recent Discoveries Redefining the History of a Key Region between the Pamirs and the Himalayas. Central Asiatic Journal, Harrassowitz Verlag, 2018, Special issue: Old Tibet and its Neighbours, 61 (1), pp.103-132. (hal-02373189)

Quentin Devers, Nils Martin, Kacho Mumtaz Ali Khan, Tashi Ldawa. The Petroglyphs of Kharool: The New Alchi of Ladakh. Flight of the Khyung, 2016. (hal-01646691)

Quentin Devers, Laurianne Bruneau, Martin Vernier. An archaeological survey of the Nubra Region (Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India). Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines, Centre d'Etudes Mongoles & Sibériennes / École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2015. (hal-01646695)

Quentin Devers, Martin Vernier. The uncommon history of Markha chorten, Ladakh. Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines, CNRS, 2014, pp.199-218. (hal-01646690)

Quentin Devers, Martin Vernier. A remarkable chorten in Markha village, Ladakh. Artibus Asiae, 2012, pp.443-451. (hal-01646689)

Laurianne Bruneau, Martin Vernier, Quentin Devers. Archaeological heritage at stake. Ladakh Studies, 2011, 27, pp.13-14. (halshs-00747737)

Laurianne Bruneau, Quentin Devers, Martin Vernier. Rock art research in Murgi Tokpo, Nubra valley in Ladakh. Purakala-The Journal of the Rock Art Society of India, 2011, 20-21, pp.91-98. (halshs-00747733)

Quentin Devers, Martin Vernier. An Archaeological Account of the Markha Valley, Ladakh. Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines, CNRS, 2011, pp.61-113. (hal-01647058)



Reports

Laurianne Bruneau, Joël Suire, Aurore Didier, Martin Vernier, Quentin Devers. MAFIL. Mission Archéologique Franco-Indienne au Ladakh (Inde). Rapport : saison 2014. [Rapport de recherche] MAEA Ministère des Affaires Etrangères; Archaeological survey of India; Programme ‘Asie Centrale’ de la Fondation Gerda Henkel, Düsseldorf; CRCAO - UMR 8155; Project for Indian Cultural Studies, Mumbaï; Institut Français en Inde, Delhi; Service de la confédération helvétique pour la Recherche, l’éducation et l’innovation, Ambassade Suisse, Delhi; TEDAHL (Team for the Exploration and Documentation of the History and Archaeology of Ladakh), Suisse. 2014. (hal-03671413)

Laurianne Bruneau, Martin Vernier, Aurore Didier, Sébastien Monnier, Claire Gaillard, et al.. MAFIL. Mission Archéologique Franco-Indienne au Ladakh (inde). Rapport préliminaire, campagne 2013.. [Rapport de recherche] MAEA Ministère des Affaires Etrangères. 2013. (hal-03670843)



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Other Publications

Recent Books and Articles (selection)

Devers Q., 2019, Historical sites of Changthang, Leh District, Ladakh, Delhi: Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage.

Devers Q., 2018, Historical sites of Purig, Kargil, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi: Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage.

Devers, Q., 2018, “Archaeological Ladakh: contribution of recent discoveries to redefining the history of a key region between the Pamirs and the Himalayas”. In:Central Asiatic Journal (61, 1), L. Doney, E. Garatti and Q. Devers (Eds), p.103-132.

Devers Q., 2017, “Charting ancient routes in Ladakh: an archaeological documentation”. In: Interaction in The Himalayas And Central Asia: Processes Of Transfer, Translation And Transformation In Art, Archaeology, Religion And Polity, F. Grenet, A. Vergati, J. Ebert, M.K. Lang and C. Jahoda (Eds).Austrian Academy of Sciences Press (ÖAW), p.321-338.

Devers Q., 2016, “Fortifications of Ladakh: a brief chrono-typology”. In: Visible Heritage: Essays on the Art and Architecture of Greater Ladakh, R. Linrothe and H. Poell (Eds),BibliaImpex, p.41-64.

Recent Editing of Conference Proceeding Volumes

Garatti E., Doney L.and Q. Devers (Eds), 2021, Revue d’Études Tibétaines (RET), Special issue: New Research on Old Tibetan Studies, Proceedings of the Panel Old Tibetan Studies VI – IATS 2019, 60.

Devers Q., G. Kozicz and H. Poell (Eds), 2020, Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines (EMSCAT),Special Issue :Ladakh Through the Ages: A Volume on Art History & Archaeology, 51.

Doney L., E. Garatti and Q. Devers (Eds), 2018,Central Asiatic Journal (CAJ), Special issue: Old Tibet and its Neighbours,61 (1).