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Full Record: x-19146/19146

Tibetan painting, Mandala (in semi-fragmentary condition). Old style cotton mounting, rare type with narrow border.

35mm slide: 20004

19146

Full Record: x-19147/19147

Tibetan painting, Mandala (in semi-fragmentary condition). Old style cotton mounting, rare type with narrow border.

35mm slide: 20005

19147

Full Record: x-19148/19148

Tibetan painting, Mandala (in semi-fragmentary condition). Old style cotton mounting, rare type with narrow border.

35mm slide: 20006

19148

Full Record: x-19149/19149

Tibetan painting, Mandala (in semi-fragmentary condition). Old style cotton mounting, rare type with narrow border.

35mm slide: 20007

19149

Full Record: x-1915/1915

Types of Mesoamerican whistling jars: A) Oaxaca, Mexico B) Guatemala C) Guatemala D) Oaxaca, Mexico E) Plumbate, W. Honduras F) Michoacan, Mexico G) Oaxaca, Mexico H) Tlaxcala, Mexico.

35mm slide: 872

1915

Full Record: x-19150/19150

Tibetan painting, Mandala (in semi-fragmentary condition). Old style cotton mounting, rare type with narrow border.

35mm slide: 20008

19150

Full Record: x-19151/19151

Tibetan painting, Mandala (in semi-fragmentary condition). Old style cotton mounting, rare type with narrow border.

35mm slide: 20009

19151

Full Record: x-19152/19152

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20010

19152

Full Record: x-19153/19153

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20011

19153

Full Record: x-19154/19154

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20012

19154

Full Record: x-19155/19155

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20013

19155

Full Record: x-19156/19156

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20014

19156

Full Record: x-19157/19157

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20015

19157

Full Record: x-19158/19158

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20016

19158

Full Record: x-19159/19159

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20017

19159

Full Record: x-1916/1916

Mound A. North-south section on line x-x. Vertical hatching indicates clay; dots, arena; oblique hatching, talpetate. Stone slabs and boulders shown in solid black. Datum: 23 m. above bench mark (5000 feet) at Pamplona railway station.

35mm slide: 873

1916

Full Record: x-19160/19160

Yamantaka, the tantric form of the Bodhisattva Manjusri, the conqueror of Yama (death), has nine heads all crowned with skulls, thirty-two arms and sixteen legs. Standing on human and animal bodies, he is embracing his consort (Yab-yum attitude). The figures at the bottom are: Yama, Mahakala mGon-po, and Hayagriva. At the top are: center, Manjusri, to his right, Tson kha pa, and at his left, Maitreya?

35mm slide: 20018

19160

Full Record: x-19161/19161

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20019

19161

Full Record: x-19162/19162

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20020

19162

Full Record: x-19163/19163

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20021

19163

Full Record: x-19164/19164

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20022

19164

Full Record: x-19165/19165

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20023

19165

Full Record: x-19166/19166

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20024

19166

Full Record: x-19167/19167

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20025

19167

Full Record: x-19168/19168

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20026

19168

Full Record: x-19169/19169

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20027

19169

Full Record: x-1917/1917

Mound B. Key plan showing outermost limits of the successive structures and location of tombs and graves. The outlines of Structures B-1, and B-2 are conjectural, as observation of these buildings was confined to what could be seen in the sides of a narrow exploratory trench.

35mm slide: 874

1917

Full Record: x-19170/19170

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20028

19170

Full Record: x-19171/19171

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20029

19171

Full Record: x-19172/19172

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20030

19172

Full Record: x-19173/19173

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20031

19173

Full Record: x-19174/19174

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20032

19174

Full Record: x-19175/19175

Tibetan painting, unmounted, two fastened together (with 17472 (K558)). Yamantak in yab-yum attitude? (embracing his consort).

35mm slide: 20033

19175

Full Record: x-19176/19176

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20034

19176

Full Record: x-19177/19177

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20035

19177

Full Record: x-19178/19178

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20036

19178

Full Record: x-19179/19179

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20037

19179

Full Record: x-1918/1918

Structure B-4, restoration.

35mm slide: 875

1918

Full Record: x-19180/19180

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20038

19180

Full Record: x-19181/19181

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20039

19181

Full Record: x-19182/19182

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20040

19182

Full Record: x-19183/19183

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20041

19183

Full Record: x-19184/19184

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20042

19184

Full Record: x-19185/19185

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20043

19185

Full Record: x-19186/19186

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20044

19186

Full Record: x-19187/19187

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20045

19187

Full Record: x-19188/19188

Gautama Buddha is seated on a lotus throne with right hand in Bhumi-sparsa-mudra (touching the earth), the attitude of "witness", left on lap. His two great disciples are standing on each side. Surrounding figures are Buddhas and sixteen Arhats.

35mm slide: 20046

19188

Full Record: x-19189/19189

This painting represents the two great disciplines of the Yellow-Cap sect, seated in center, side by side. Both wear the yellow cap and yellow monastic robes. The hands of both are in Dharma-chakra-mudra (preaching). At the top are three Dhyani-Buddhas, and at the bottom, dancing deities.

35mm slide: 20047

19189

Full Record: x-1919/1919

Fragmentary earplugs. Of polished red and polished black pottery, incised and punctate decoration. General digging, Mound A.

35mm slide: 876

1919

Full Record: x-19190/19190

This painting represents the two great disciplines of the Yellow-Cap sect, seated in center, side by side. Both wear the yellow cap and yellow monastic robes. The hands of both are in Dharma-chakra-mudra (preaching). At the top are three Dhyani-Buddhas, and at the bottom, dancing deities.

35mm slide: 20048

19190