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Bibliography: Alexander Cunningham, 'Appendix E (in James Ferguson's Tree and Serpent Worship - inscriptions taken from the sculpted reliefs at Amaravati)' London 1873, XCV, fig. xiii. Setagaya 1990, 138. OdetteViennot, Le makara dans la decoration des monuments de l'Inde ancienne. Positions et fonctions (fin). 'Arts Asiatiques' 1958, V 4 p.276, fig.32.
bmo:PX_display_wrap
Acquisition (From) :: India Museum to The British Museum ::, Acquisition date :: 1880 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Ashton 1949 30, pl 68 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Barrett 1954 33 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Burgess 1887 38, fig.8 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Fergusson 1873 XCIX, 13 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Knox 1992 15 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Luders 1912 1218 :: inscription, Bibliograpic reference :: NHK 1991 :: 43, Bibliograpic reference :: Tripe 1859 32 b&c ::, Consists of :: limestone ::, Dimension Height :: 270.00cm ::, Dimension Thickness :: 19.00cm ::, Dimension Width :: 80.00cm ::, Found (in) :: Amaravati ::, Found/Excavated/Collected (by) :: Elliot, Walter ::, Located in gallery :: G33a/Ind/Amarav :: 07 Nov 2008 north wall, Object type :: railing pillar ::, Production (Made in) :: Amaravati ::, Production date :: 2ndC ::, Subject :: military ::, Uses technique :: carved ::
bmo:PX_exhibition_history
Exhibited: 1990 20 Oct-9 Dec, Japan, Tokyo, Setagaya Art Museum, Treasures of the British Museum, cat. no.131 1991 5 Jan-20 Feb, Japan, Yamaguchi, Prefectural Museum of Art, Treasures of the British Museum, cat. no.131 1991 9 Mar-7 May, Japan, Osaka, National Museum of Art, Treasures of the British Museum, cat. no.131
bmo:PX_physical_description
Part of a small railing pillar carved in limestone ('Palnad marble'): -on the remaining inner side with lotus medallions and a narrative scene of a martial procession in the upper fluted area, possibly the departure of Siddharta from his fathers' palace; only a fragment of the lower fluted area remains. Inscribed -The outer face is missing.
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