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Full Record: x-1901/1901

King Collection - Nodena Red and White tripod effigy bottle.

35mm slide: 634

1901

Full Record: x-19010/19010

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: 19868

19010

Full Record: x-19011/19011

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: 19869

19011

Full Record: x-19012/19012

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: 19870

19012

Full Record: x-19013/19013

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: 19871

19013

Full Record: x-19014/19014

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: 19872

19014

Full Record: x-19015/19015

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: 19873

19015

Full Record: x-19016/19016

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: 19874

19016

Full Record: x-19017/19017

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: 19875

19017

Full Record: x-19018/19018

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19876

19018

Full Record: x-19019/19019

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19877

19019

Full Record: x-1902/1902

Spiro, Oklahoma - painted fabric specimens.

35mm slide: 635

1902

Full Record: x-19020/19020

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19878

19020

Full Record: x-19021/19021

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19879

19021

Full Record: x-19022/19022

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19880

19022

Full Record: x-19023/19023

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19881

19023

Full Record: x-19024/19024

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19882

19024

Full Record: x-19025/19025

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19883

19025

Full Record: x-19026/19026

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19884

19026

Full Record: x-19027/19027

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19885

19027

Full Record: x-19028/19028

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19886

19028

Full Record: x-19029/19029

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19887

19029

Full Record: x-1903/1903

Cahokia - 2 long hoe-shaped implements.

35mm slide: 636

1903

Full Record: x-19030/19030

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19888

19030

Full Record: x-19031/19031

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19889

19031

Full Record: x-19032/19032

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19890

19032

Full Record: x-19033/19033

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19891

19033

Full Record: x-19034/19034

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19892

19034

Full Record: x-19035/19035

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19893

19035

Full Record: x-19036/19036

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19894

19036

Full Record: x-19037/19037

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19895

19037

Full Record: x-19038/19038

This painting represents four main figures.

At the top left is a seated Manla, in the aspect of Buddha, making with the right hand the sign of Vara ("charity") and holding in the left hand the alms bowl. He is attended by two standing Bodhisattvas. Manla, the "Supreme Physician", is a healing deity venerated not only in Tibet and Manchuria, but also in China and Japan. In paintings, Manla is always in blue. At the top right is a seated Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19896

19038

Full Record: x-19039/19039

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19897

19039

Full Record: x-1904/1904

Calhoun County, Illinois - Snyders Site - Naples Dentate stamped. UMMA

35mm slide: 637

1904

Full Record: x-19040/19040

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19898

19040

Full Record: x-19041/19041

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19899

19041

Full Record: x-19042/19042

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19900

19042

Full Record: x-19043/19043

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19901

19043

Full Record: x-19044/19044

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19902

19044

Full Record: x-19045/19045

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19903

19045

Full Record: x-19046/19046

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19904

19046

Full Record: x-19047/19047

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19905

19047

Full Record: x-19048/19048

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19906

19048

Full Record: x-19049/19049

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19907

19049

Full Record: x-1905/1905

Calhoun County, Illinois - Snyders Site - Crescentric stamp. UMMA

35mm slide: 638

1905

Full Record: x-19050/19050

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19908

19050

Full Record: x-19051/19051

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19909

19051

Full Record: x-19052/19052

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19910

19052

Full Record: x-19053/19053

Paldan Lhamo, the Defender of the Law, is the only feminine member of the Dharmapala. She rides a mule covered with the skin of her own son. She has four arms, three eyes, and wears a skull-crown and jewelry. She is attended by the twin furies, Makaraaktra the elephant-headed and Simhavaktra the lion-headed. At the top are : the Adi-Buddha, Vajradhara and two Mahasiddhas.

35mm slide: 19911

19053

Full Record: x-19054/19054

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19912

19054