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Full Record: x-18966/18966

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: 19824

18966

Full Record: x-18967/18967

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: 19825

18967

Full Record: x-18968/18968

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: 19826

18968

Full Record: x-18969/18969

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: 19827

18969

Full Record: x-1897/1897

Arkansas - Lemley V-532 - zoned engraved compound vessel with stirrup spout.

35mm slide: 630

1897

Full Record: x-18970/18970

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: 19828

18970

Full Record: x-18971/18971

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: 19829

18971

Full Record: x-18972/18972

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: 19830

18972

Full Record: x-18973/18973

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: 19831

18973

Full Record: x-18974/18974

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: 19832

18974

Full Record: x-18975/18975

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: 19833

18975

Full Record: x-18976/18976

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: 19834

18976

Full Record: x-18977/18977

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: 19835

18977

Full Record: x-18978/18978

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19836

18978

Full Record: x-18979/18979

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19837

18979

Full Record: x-1898/1898

Etowah - engraved shell gorget - rattlesnake conventionalized.

35mm slide: 631

1898

Full Record: x-18980/18980

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19838

18980

Full Record: x-18981/18981

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19839

18981

Full Record: x-18982/18982

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19840

18982

Full Record: x-18983/18983

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19841

18983

Full Record: x-18984/18984

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19842

18984

Full Record: x-18985/18985

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19843

18985

Full Record: x-18986/18986

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19844

18986

Full Record: x-18987/18987

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19845

18987

Full Record: x-18988/18988

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19846

18988

Full Record: x-18989/18989

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19847

18989

Full Record: x-1899/1899

Etowah - negative painted wide mouth bottle - Mound E.

35mm slide: 632

1899

Full Record: x-18990/18990

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19848

18990

Full Record: x-18991/18991

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19849

18991

Full Record: x-18992/18992

Central figure is Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha. Two disciples, Candragupta with the moon above him and Suryagupta with the sun above him, stand on either side.

35mm slide: 19850

18992

Full Record: x-18993/18993

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19851

18993

Full Record: x-18994/18994

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19852

18994

Full Record: x-18995/18995

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19853

18995

Full Record: x-18996/18996

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19854

18996

Full Record: x-18997/18997

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19855

18997

Full Record: x-18998/18998

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19856

18998

Full Record: x-18999/18999

Amitabha in the Western Paradise. In this tangka Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, presides over the Sukhavati or Western Paradise. He sits on a lotus throne above two peacocks and is attended by the Bodhisattvas Maitreya and Manjusri, both in dharmacakra-mudra and half-kneeling at his side. He is surrounded by 10 Buddha, each with his own palace.

35mm slide: 19857

18999

Full Record: x-19/19

Lintong Co., Shaanxi, China. Clay warriors and horses. Qin Shihuang Mausoleum, Vault 1.

35mm slide: 18098

19

Full Record: x-190/190

17376- Parsee woman's black embroidred satin blouse

1985

35mm slide: 18270

190

Full Record: x-1900/1900

Etowah - negative painted, carafe necked, ball leg tripod bottle from Mound C.

35mm slide: 633

1900

Full Record: x-19000/19000

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19858

19000

Full Record: x-19001/19001

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19859

19001

Full Record: x-19002/19002

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19860

19002

Full Record: x-19003/19003

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19861

19003

Full Record: x-19004/19004

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19862

19004

Full Record: x-19005/19005

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19863

19005

Full Record: x-19006/19006

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19864

19006

Full Record: x-19007/19007

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19865

19007

Full Record: x-19008/19008

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19866

19008

Full Record: x-19009/19009

The Buddha Vairocana is the central figure, seated on a lion throne. He is flanked by two Bodhisattva and surrounded by multiple images of the Buddhas forming diagonal patterns in different colors. The outer edges of the row next to the bottom contain the Lokapalas. The bottom row contains the dikpalas, starting at the left margin.

35mm slide: 19867

19009