NOTE. - The order of the illustrations conforms, as far as possible, to the history of the surveys as recorded in Chapter I. PLATE
1. Snowy peak above Otrughul glacier, at head of Nissa valley, seen from moraine
above west flank of glacier, at an elevation of about 14,800 feet (see page 12,
note 15). FRONTISPIECE.
2. a. Muz-tagh-ata (24,321 feet) seen from Camp 9 south of Little Kara-kul (see pp. 6, 64).
2. b. Muz-tagh-ata (24,321 feet) seen from Shamalda spur (h.s. C, ].4,570 feet; see pp. 6, 64).
3. a. Photo-theodolite view from Kok-tumshuk hill, above western shore of Little Karakul, to south-east and south (see pp. 6, 64).
b. Photo-theodolite view from Kok-tumshuk hill, above western shore of Little Kara-kul, to north-east and north (see pp. 6, 64).
a. Yuri-mg-lash river gorge, with bridge below Karanghu-tagh (see p. 7).
4. b. Kara-tash river gorge, with bridge below Pitlik-aghzi (see p. 25).
5. a. Photo-theodolite view from Tape ridge, above Yurung-kash valley, to south-east
and south (see p. 7). '
5. b. Photo-theodolite view from Tope ridge, above Yurung-kash valley, to south-west and west (see p. 7).
6. a. View of Otrughul glacier, looking towards south-east from moraine at cire. 16,000 feet (see p. 15).
6. b. Head of Kashkul glacier seen from grat at cire. 15,000 feet, looking towards northeast (see p. 12).
7. a. Photo-theodolite view from slope of Mudache-tagh, above Brinjak pass, to southeast and east (see p. 7).
7. b. Photo-theodolite view from above Yagan-dawan, to south-east and south (see p. 7).
8. a. Eroded ranges of outer K'un-lun, looking to NW. from above Yagan-dawan (see p. 7).
8. b. Head of Nissa valley seen from Tam-öghil above Tor (see p. 12).
9. View near southern end of Niya Site, showing ancient arbour with tank (A) and
foot-bridge (s) stretched across dry riverbed, all abandoned during third century A. n. (see pp. 9, 14).
10. a. Sand-buried ancient quadrangle, Kara-dong Site (see p. 19).
10. b. Sand-buried ancient house, Niya Site, after excavation (see p. 14).
11. a. March across high dunes in Taklamakan, towards Keriya river end (see p. 19).
11. b. Old river-bed between Charchak and Inchike rivers (see p. 19).
11. e. Sand `Dawans' in Taklamakàn, south-east of Chok-tagh (see p. 26).
11. d. Wind-eroded clay terrace (Mesa) near W. edge of old terminal basin of Su-lo-ho (see p. 16).
12. a. View to south-east from Lou-lan Stupa, across wind-eroded ground (see p. 15).
12. b. View to south from Lou-lan Stùpa, across wind-eroded ground (see p. 15).
12. c. Wind-eroded walls and interior of ruined fort L.K., Lop desert (see p. 29).
12. d. Wind-eroded ground outside western wall of ruined fort L.K., Lop desert (see p. 29).
13. a. Remains of ancient Chinese Limes wall in desert west of Tun-huang (see pp. 16, 31).
13. b. View towards eroded terraces of terminal basin of Su-to-Ho, from ancient watchtower of Tun-huang Limes (seé p. 16).