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Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20094

19236

Full Record: x-19237/19237

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20095

19237

Full Record: x-19238/19238

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20096

19238

Full Record: x-19239/19239

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20097

19239

Full Record: x-1924/1924

Berrien Co., Michigan - Moccasin Bluff - Pit 9 - with profile of Pit 8 in wall to right.

1948

35mm slide: 647

1924

Full Record: x-19240/19240

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20098

19240

Full Record: x-19241/19241

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20099

19241

Full Record: x-19242/19242

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20100

19242

Full Record: x-19243/19243

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20101

19243

Full Record: x-19244/19244

Mahakala mGon-po, the tutelary lamaist deity, is one of the "eight terrible ones". He is depicted standing on the Brahman god Ganesa, the elephant-headed, who is prostrate on a lotus throne. He holds the knife, the cup, the drum, the lasso, the trident, and the string of skulls in his six hands. At the top center is Vajradhara (Adi-Buddha). At the bottom are: Yama, Lhamo (Vasudhara) and Vajradhara. Other figures are repetitive forms of Mahakala, l

35mm slide: 20102

19244

Full Record: x-19245/19245

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20103

19245

Full Record: x-19246/19246

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20104

19246

Full Record: x-19247/19247

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20105

19247

Full Record: x-19248/19248

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20106

19248

Full Record: x-19249/19249

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20107

19249

Berrien Co., Michigan - Moccasin Bluff - Burial 1.

1948

35mm slide: 648

1925

Full Record: x-19250/19250

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20108

19250

Full Record: x-19251/19251

Tson-kha-pa, Tibetan religious reformer and founder of the Yellow-Cap sect. He is seated on a lotus throne with hands in the Dharma-chakra-mudra (turning the wheel of law), the sign of preaching or instruction. He wears the yellow cap and monastic robes. Other figures are: Tson-kha-pa's two disciples, rJe-tshab-rje and mKhas-grub-rje; Yamantaka; and Sang-dui. Below are: Yama in two forms; Lhamo; and monks and saints.

35mm slide: 20109

19251

Full Record: x-19252/19252

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20110

19252

Full Record: x-19253/19253

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20111

19253

Full Record: x-19254/19254

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20112

19254

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Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20113

19255

Full Record: x-19256/19256

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20114

19256

Full Record: x-19257/19257

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20115

19257

Full Record: x-19258/19258

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20116

19258

Full Record: x-19259/19259

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20117

19259

Berrien Co., Michigan - Moccasin Bluff - Burial 3.

1948

35mm slide: 649

1926

Full Record: x-19260/19260

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20118

19260

Full Record: x-19261/19261

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20119

19261

Full Record: x-19262/19262

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20120

19262

Full Record: x-19263/19263

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20121

19263

Full Record: x-19264/19264

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20122

19264

Full Record: x-19265/19265

Tibetan painting, unmounted, Lohan with cup.

35mm slide: 20123

19265

Full Record: x-19266/19266

Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20124

19266

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Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20125

19267

Full Record: x-19268/19268

Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20126

19268

Full Record: x-19269/19269

Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20127

19269

Full Record: x-1927/1927

Berrien Co., Michigan - Moccasin Bluff - Pit 32A.

1948

35mm slide: 650

1927

Full Record: x-19270/19270

Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20128

19270

Full Record: x-19271/19271

Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20129

19271

Full Record: x-19272/19272

Beg-tse, the God of War, protector of horses, and one of the Dharmapala, Defenders of the Law. He wears a coat of mail, has the third eye of fore-knowledge, his hair is in flame form, and his diadem is of skulls. Abbots of the Yellow-Cap sect are on the upper corners, and Dakinis (furies) are at the bottom.

35mm slide: 20130

19272

Full Record: x-19273/19273

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20131

19273

Full Record: x-19274/19274

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20132

19274

Full Record: x-19275/19275

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20133

19275

Full Record: x-19276/19276

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20134

19276

Full Record: x-19277/19277

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20135

19277

Full Record: x-19278/19278

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20136

19278

Full Record: x-19279/19279

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20137

19279

Full Record: x-1928/1928

Berrien Co., Michigan - Moccasin Bluff - Pit 32A.

1948

35mm slide: 651

1928

Full Record: x-19280/19280

Represented here is the Mandala or "mystic circle", consisting of a central circle, a square and an outer circle. The center is a black, ten-armed deity (a Vajrakila? Or Samvara? ). Around it are various symbols and deities. At the top are religious teachers, lamas and monks, at the bottom, tutelary and protecting deities. The symbols and figures on the outer circle suggest the signs of the zodiac.

35mm slide: 20138

19280