MEDIUM: StoneORIGIN: Pakistan or AfghanistanDATE: late 2nd-early 3rd centuryPERIOD: Kushan dynastyCREDIT LINE: Purchase — Charles Lang Freer EndowmentACCESSION NUMBER: F1949.9a-dRecord Scenes from the life of the Buddha | Collections Search Center, Smithsonian InstitutionBirthEnlightenmentTeachingDeath
Kushan period, about 2nd/3rd centuryPakistan, Present-day Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, ancient region of GandharaThe Birth and the First Seven Steps of the BuddhaOrigin: GandharaDate: 101 AD–300 ADMedium: PhylliteCredit Line: Samuel M. Nickerson
Besuch bei einem Asketen | Visit to an asceticRelief2./3. Jahrhundert | 2./3. CenturyKushana-Zeit | Kushana timeGandharaNordwestliches Pakistan | Northwestern PakistanGrünlicher Schiefer | Greenish slateIdent.Nr. I 5920 | ID No. I 5920Sammlung: Museum für Asiatische Kunst | Süd-,
Takht Bai, Takht-i-Bhāi, Takhtbai, Takht Bhai or Takh Bay The Buddhist Ruins of Takhi-i-Bahi (Throne of Origins) are a monastic complex, founded in the early 1st century A.D., is spectacularly positioned on various hilltops ranging from 36.6 metres to 152.4 metres in height
Title: Double-Headed Buddha Place: China, Tangut State of Xi-Xia, Khara-Khoto Date: 13th-14th century Archaeological site: Suburgan, Khara-Khoto Material: clay, with mineral paints and gilding Dimensions: h. 62 cm Acquisition date: Entered the Hermitage
Netsuke served as anchors or counterweights for inrô and sagemono. A single cord was threaded through a cord channel on one side of the suspended container, through two holes (himotoshi) in the netsuke, then through the other side of the container, and knotted on the underside of the container.
Composer: Words and music - Rebner and Rillo, Nacio H Brown Publisher: T B Harms Co. Details for Wenn Buddha traumt (When Buddha Smiles) Musical group: Paul Whiteman Orchestra Composer: Nacio Herb Brown