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- Mythical Beast ca 1200 Cambodia or Thailand. Angkor period

- Mythical Beast ca 1200 Cambodia or Thailand.

Head of Pratyeka Buddha. China. Sui dynasty 6th-7th century.

Head of a Pratyeka Buddha Chinese, Sui dynasty, Sui Dynasty Century CE

Tool Blacksmith. Japan  | LACMA Collections

Tool Blacksmith. Japan | LACMA Collections

Coiled Serpent. China. 10th century

Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University

BOOK: Arts and crafts of Thailand / William Warren. WVC Library 709.593 WARREN

BOOK: Arts and crafts of Thailand / William Warren. WVC Library 709.593 WARREN

Oil Lamp. Korea. Ancient Kingdom of Silla ca. 400-600 AD. Asian Art Museum Online Collection

Ancient Kingdom of Silla ca.

Shiva as Sadashiva or Mahesha [Tamil Nadu, India] (27.79) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Shiva as Mahesha

Four headed Hindu deity. Perhaps Brahma, the Hindu god of creation. Shiva, traditionally god of destruction, is In some Hindu scripture also associated with the energy of life, and like Brahma represent creation.

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Siberia: 'We dug up a medieval Mongolian noblewoman in our compost pit'

Couple unearth remains of 'rich' female buried up to years ago with her rare Chinese bronze mirror.

Ardhanarishvara (Composite of Shiva and Parvati), Pre-Angkor period, 7th–8th century - Cambodia- Bronze

Hindu Ardhanarishvara, a composite of Lord Shiva and his female consort Parvati. The cult arose in the Pre-Angkor period ca. centuries in Cambodia.

Goose. China, 11th century-13th century. Jade

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Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Brahma Period: Angkor period Date: first quarter of the century Culture: Cambodia Medium: Sandstone Dimensions: H. 47 in. cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1936 Accession Number:

Durga Pre-Angkor period Date: ca. 6th century Culture: Southern Cambodia Medium: Sandstone This is one of the oldest Brahmanical sculptures discovered in Cambodia. Although Durga is most often associated in South Asia with her form as the Unconquerable One-the slayer of the buffalo demon Mahisha-here she is in her benign four-armed form, identifiable by her one surviving attribute, the bell. National Museum of Cambodia, Phnom Penh

Visiting Angkor National Museum in Siem Reap can be a surrealistic journey into the history of Angkor City. The rich collection of artifacts and sculptures are spread across 8 different galleries.

Harihara Pre Khmer 7th/8th century Polished hard-stone 80 cm high

Classic Art specializes in high quality classic Asian Sculptures from India and Southeast Asia.

Ritual Food Vessel (ding). China, 13th century BCE-11th century BCE

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