Pakistani Archeologist Wins Greek Culture Award
Zainul Wahab is a renowned scholar on various archaeological sites and historical periods, particularly of Greek culture in the NWFP. He has not only established the Mardan Museum in 1990 but also worked on various sites, including Alexander’s route, excavation at Gangoder (Hund), and establishment of the Alexander Monument at Hund (Swabi). He recovered extremely rare casket relics during excavation work at Shalkanday at Dir. He carried out both theoretical and practical work on Greek sites in the NWFP, which were considered a great contribution in the promotion of Greek civilization and cultural history in this part of the world.