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Full Record: x-1892/1892

Arkansas - Lemley P-117 - view from above of serpent cat effigy pipe.

35mm slide: 625

1892

Full Record: x-18920/18920

Mound 16, Knight Site. Calhoun County, Illinois. Copper fragments, co-joined tubes. Catalog #44999.

35mm slide: 19653

18920

Full Record: x-18921/18921

Nootka Pounder (left side); Captain Cook collected in 1778, left side

35mm slide: 19669

18921

Full Record: x-18922/18922

Nootka Pounder (left side); Captain Cook collected in 1778, right side

35mm slide: 19670

18922

Full Record: x-18924/18924

Two manifestations of Padmasambhava.

35mm slide: 19779

18924

Full Record: x-18925/18925

Buddha, seated on a lotus and lion throne against an architectural background, making with his right hand the sign of "witness" (Bhumi-sparsa-mudra). His two great disciples are standing on each side. At the top are two Dhyani Buddhas and two Arhats. At the bottom are two Arhats and below them four Lokapalas.

Picture at least 500 years. The type not found in new monasteries. Oldest of this type had no silk border, only cotton at bottom.

35mm slide: 19783

18925

Full Record: x-18926/18926

Buddha, seated on a lotus and lion throne against an architectural background, making with his right hand the sign of "witness" (Bhumi-sparsa-mudra). His two great disciples are standing on each side. At the top are two Dhyani Buddhas and two Arhats. At the bottom are two Arhats and below them four Lokapalas.

Picture at least 500 years. The type not found in new monasteries. Oldest of this type had no silk border, only cotton at bottom.

35mm slide: 19784

18926

Full Record: x-18927/18927

Buddha, seated on a lotus and lion throne against an architectural background, making with his right hand the sign of "witness" (Bhumi-sparsa-mudra). His two great disciples are standing on each side. At the top are two Dhyani Buddhas and two Arhats. At the bottom are two Arhats and below them four Lokapalas.

Picture at least 500 years. The type not found in new monasteries. Oldest of this type had no silk border, only cotton at bottom.

35mm slide: 19785

18927

Full Record: x-18928/18928

Buddha, seated on a lotus and lion throne against an architectural background, making with his right hand the sign of "witness" (Bhumi-sparsa-mudra). His two great disciples are standing on each side. At the top are two Dhyani Buddhas and two Arhats. At the bottom are two Arhats and below them four Lokapalas.

Picture at least 500 years. The type not found in new monasteries. Oldest of this type had no silk border, only cotton at bottom.

35mm slide: 19786

18928

Full Record: x-18929/18929

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19787

18929

Full Record: x-1893/1893

Arkansas - Lemley V-46; P-112; P-240 - 3 Mississippi style effigy pipes - probably not excavated by Lemley.

35mm slide: 626

1893

Full Record: x-18930/18930

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19788

18930

Full Record: x-18931/18931

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19789

18931

Full Record: x-18932/18932

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19790

18932

Full Record: x-18933/18933

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19791

18933

Full Record: x-18934/18934

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19792

18934

Full Record: x-18935/18935

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19793

18935

Full Record: x-18936/18936

Aryavalokitesvara, a manifestation of Avalokitesvara, fourth Dhyani-Bodhisattva, is represented with eleven heads and "22,000" arms holding various symbols. Each had has an eye denoting the "All seeing-One." He is accompanied by Amitabha, Sakyamuni, Maitreya, various Taras, Bodhisattvas, abbots, and members of the Dharmapala.

Mounted on cotton, rare type. Maybe Bhutanese and Nepalese, from same source as fine small shrine.

35mm slide: 19794

18936

Full Record: x-18937/18937

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19795

18937

Full Record: x-18938/18938

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19796

18938

Full Record: x-18939/18939

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19797

18939

Full Record: x-1894/1894

Arkansas - Lemley P-117, 182, 183, 181, 186 - 5 long-handled projecting stemmed Caddo pipes.

35mm slide: 627

1894

Full Record: x-18940/18940

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19798

18940

Full Record: x-18941/18941

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19799

18941

Full Record: x-18942/18942

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19800

18942

Full Record: x-18943/18943

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19801

18943

Full Record: x-18944/18944

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19802

18944

Full Record: x-18945/18945

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19803

18945

Full Record: x-18946/18946

Paldan Lhamo, Defender of the Law, is the only female member of the Dharmapala. She rides a white mule covered with the skin of her son, over a sea of blood strewn with corpses and black animals representing demons. She has two arms and three eyes and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. At the top is a monk of the Yellow-Cap sect. The background is adorned with symbolic flames.

35mm slide: 19804

18946

Full Record: x-18947/18947

One wooden dowel with darkened ends is all that remains. Painting itself is missing. Residue of where painting was attached remains on the dowel.

Beg-tse, the God of War, is standing on human and animal bodies (usually horses), against a flaming background. He wears a coat of mail, a skull-crown and holds a flaming sword. He is flanked by his two attendants, Srog bdag (Life Itself) and Rigs bu-mo (Maiden of Caste).

35mm slide: 19805

18947

Full Record: x-18948/18948

One wooden dowel with darkened ends is all that remains. Painting itself is missing. Residue of where painting was attached remains on the dowel.

Beg-tse, the God of War, is standing on human and animal bodies (usually horses), against a flaming background. He wears a coat of mail, a skull-crown and holds a flaming sword. He is flanked by his two attendants, Srog bdag (Life Itself) and Rigs bu-mo (Maiden of Caste).

35mm slide: 19806

18948

Full Record: x-18949/18949

Beg-tse, the God of War, is standing on human and animal bodies (usually horses) on a lotus throne, wearing his usual coat of mail and skull-crown and holding a sword. He is flanked by his two attendants, Srog bdag (Life Itself) and Rigs bu-mo (Maiden of Caste). At the top are a bull headed black deity, a human skeleton, and a Tara. The background is architectural.

35mm slide: 19807

18949

Full Record: x-1895/1895

Arkansas - Lemley V-448 - frog effigy bowl - Old Town Red - probably with teapot spout.

35mm slide: 628

1895

Full Record: x-18950/18950

Beg-tse, the God of War, is standing on human and animal bodies (usually horses) on a lotus throne, wearing his usual coat of mail and skull-crown and holding a sword. He is flanked by his two attendants, Srog bdag (Life Itself) and Rigs bu-mo (Maiden of Caste). At the top are a bull headed black deity, a human skeleton, and a Tara. The background is architectural.

35mm slide: 19808

18950

Full Record: x-18951/18951

Beg-tse, the God of War, is standing on human and animal bodies (usually horses) on a lotus throne, wearing his usual coat of mail and skull-crown and holding a sword. He is flanked by his two attendants, Srog bdag (Life Itself) and Rigs bu-mo (Maiden of Caste). At the top are a bull headed black deity, a human skeleton, and a Tara. The background is architectural.

35mm slide: 19809

18951

Full Record: x-18952/18952

Beg-tse, the God of War, is standing on human and animal bodies (usually horses) on a lotus throne, wearing his usual coat of mail and skull-crown and holding a sword. He is flanked by his two attendants, Srog bdag (Life Itself) and Rigs bu-mo (Maiden of Caste). At the top are a bull headed black deity, a human skeleton, and a Tara. The background is architectural.

35mm slide: 19810

18952

Full Record: x-18953/18953

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19811

18953

Full Record: x-18954/18954

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19812

18954

Full Record: x-18955/18955

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19813

18955

Full Record: x-18956/18956

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19814

18956

Full Record: x-18957/18957

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19815

18957

Full Record: x-18958/18958

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19816

18958

Full Record: x-18959/18959

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19817

18959

Full Record: x-1896/1896

Arkansas - Lemley V-2332 - male effigy footed bottle (?) - red filmed surface.

35mm slide: 629

1896

Full Record: x-18960/18960

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19818

18960

Full Record: x-18961/18961

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19819

18961

Full Record: x-18962/18962

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19820

18962

Full Record: x-18963/18963

Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is a form of Amitabha, fourth Dhyani-Buddha. Here he is depicted as a Bodhisattva, seated in meditation on a lotus throne with hand folded on the lap holding the sacred smrta vase. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas and is surrounded by Dhyani-Bodhisattvas.

35mm slide: 19821

18963

Full Record: x-18964/18964

Tara, the Merciful One, who symbolizes compassion and is the principal feminine deity of later Buddhism. She is the White Tara, wearing the princely attire of a Bodhisattva, and is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Vara-mudra (sign of charity) and left in Vitarkamudra (sign of argumentation). She is surrounded by Bodhisattvas and Taras of different colors. In the lower right corner is the figure of Kuvera, the God of Riches, holding the "bag

35mm slide: 19822

18964

Full Record: x-18965/18965

Tara, the Merciful One, who symbolizes compassion and is the principal feminine deity of later Buddhism. She is the White Tara, wearing the princely attire of a Bodhisattva, and is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Vara-mudra (sign of charity) and left in Vitarkamudra (sign of argumentation). She is surrounded by Bodhisattvas and Taras of different colors. In the lower right corner is the figure of Kuvera, the God of Riches, holding the "bag

35mm slide: 19823

18965