|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Date Made:||Yuan Dynasty|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from C. T. Loo, 1923|
Three pages (55, 56, 57) from the Prajnaparamita class of sutras, this one is known as the Eight Thousand whose subject is emptiness. It is written in white and silver Tibetan characters on deep blue paper of a very heavy quality. Certain characters are rendered in an older script which may date it to at least a thousand years old. There are two holes for the pins which held the leaves of the book to its carved wooden covers. Found inside dry lacquer Buddha statue dated to the Yuan Dynasty, C405A.
|[Article] Fernald, Helen E. 1927. A Chinese Buddhistic Statue in Dry Lacquer. The Museum Journal. Volume XVIII (No. 3): 284-294. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: pp.292-294||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
You may also be interested in these objects:
See a problem? Let us know firstname.lastname@example.org