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Full Record: x-19055/19055

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19913

19055

Full Record: x-19056/19056

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19914

19056

Full Record: x-19057/19057

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19915

19057

Full Record: x-19058/19058

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19916

19058

Full Record: x-19059/19059

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19917

19059

Full Record: x-1906/1906

Calhoun County, Illinois - Snyders Site. Unit 3, Level 4; 18" - 24" below surface, Hopewell zoned stamped- bird design

35mm slide: 639

1906

Full Record: x-19060/19060

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19918

19060

Full Record: x-19061/19061

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19919

19061

Full Record: x-19062/19062

Vajradhattu.

35mm slide: 19920

19062

Full Record: x-19063/19063

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19921

19063

Full Record: x-19064/19064

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19922

19064

Full Record: x-19065/19065

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19923

19065

Full Record: x-19066/19066

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19924

19066

Full Record: x-19067/19067

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19925

19067

Full Record: x-19068/19068

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19926

19068

Full Record: x-19069/19069

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19927

19069

Full Record: x-1907/1907

Adena Mansion, Chillicothe, Ohio. 1948.

1948

35mm slide: 640

1907

Full Record: x-19070/19070

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19928

19070

Full Record: x-19071/19071

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19929

19071

Full Record: x-19072/19072

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19930

19072

Full Record: x-19073/19073

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19931

19073

Full Record: x-19074/19074

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19932

19074

Full Record: x-19075/19075

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19933

19075

Full Record: x-19076/19076

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19934

19076

Full Record: x-19077/19077

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19935

19077

Full Record: x-19078/19078

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19936

19078

Full Record: x-19079/19079

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19937

19079

Full Record: x-1908/1908

Cahokia - cord marked rim. Perino Collection.

35mm slide: 641

1908

Full Record: x-19080/19080

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19938

19080

Full Record: x-19081/19081

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19939

19081

Full Record: x-19082/19082

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19940

19082

Full Record: x-19083/19083

Yamantaka, conqueror of death (yama), the ferocious emanation of Manjusri, God of Wisdom, is represented with plural heads, the chief one that of a bull. He has sixteen feet, thirty-four arms, and wears a skull-crown and a belt of human heads. He is in a yab-yum attitude, holding his Sakti (consort) in two arms and tantra symbols in his multiple hands. Below is the black figure of Yama, standing on a bull. Other figures are: Yamantakas, Bodhisattv

35mm slide: 19941

19083

Full Record: x-19084/19084

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19942

19084

Full Record: x-19085/19085

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19943

19085

Full Record: x-19086/19086

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19944

19086

Full Record: x-19087/19087

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19945

19087

Full Record: x-19088/19088

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19946

19088

Full Record: x-19089/19089

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19947

19089

Full Record: x-1909/1909

Cahokia - view from Monk's Mound. 1948.

1948

35mm slide: 642

1909

Full Record: x-19090/19090

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19948

19090

Full Record: x-19091/19091

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19949

19091

Full Record: x-19092/19092

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19950

19092

Full Record: x-19093/19093

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19951

19093

Full Record: x-19094/19094

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19952

19094

Full Record: x-19095/19095

This painting has four main figures: Buddha and Tson-khapa on the upper portion, and two Bodhisattvas on the lower. One of the Bodhisattvas is represented as a four-armed Avalokitesvara ("god of Mercy"), the other as a Green Tara (his "Sakti" or consort). Tson0khapa was the Tibetan religious reformer and the founder of the Yellow-cap sect.

35mm slide: 19953

19095

Full Record: x-19096/19096

Bodhisattva-Avalokitesvara (Sadaksari form) with four arms, is seated on a lotus throne. He wears a red diadem and jewelry. Two hands are joined at the chest, the third holds the lotus flower, the fourth (/). On each side is a seated, four-armed Bodhisattva. At the top are four seated Arhats.

35mm slide: 19954

19096

Full Record: x-19097/19097

Bodhisattva-Avalokitesvara (Sadaksari form) with four arms, is seated on a lotus throne. He wears a red diadem and jewelry. Two hands are joined at the chest, the third holds the lotus flower, the fourth (/). On each side is a seated, four-armed Bodhisattva. At the top are four seated Arhats.

35mm slide: 19955

19097

Full Record: x-19098/19098

Bodhisattva-Avalokitesvara (Sadaksari form) with four arms, is seated on a lotus throne. He wears a red diadem and jewelry. Two hands are joined at the chest, the third holds the lotus flower, the fourth (/). On each side is a seated, four-armed Bodhisattva. At the top are four seated Arhats.

35mm slide: 19956

19098

Full Record: x-19099/19099

Bodhisattva-Avalokitesvara (Sadaksari form) with four arms, is seated on a lotus throne. He wears a red diadem and jewelry. Two hands are joined at the chest, the third holds the lotus flower, the fourth (/). On each side is a seated, four-armed Bodhisattva. At the top are four seated Arhats.

35mm slide: 19957

19099

Full Record: x-191/191

17377- Parsee woman's yellow embroidred satin blouse

1985

35mm slide: 18271

191