|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Period:||Mandalay Period (uncertain)|
|Date Made:||Early 19th Century - 1904|
|Credit Line:||Bequest of Maxwell Sommerville, 1904|
|Other Number:||29-96-782A - Other Number|
85-28-7.1 - Found in Collection Number
Thit-tha papu. Wood carving of a figure of a prince with she bayet and nauk bayet (front and back collar piece), chetphon (front piece) at the waist, and a gaung baung (a silk kerchief used as a turban) over his youn (hair) knot. Double-string of two-row pale-badee (string of pearls) hang from the neck. The dagger in the right hand is not an original piece of the sculpture. He was probably carrying a lay (bow), holding one end in the right hand, and the other end in the left hand.
Current & Past Exhibitions:
|Buddhism: History and Diversity of a Great Tradition (12 Dec 1985 - 21 Oct 2012)||View Objects in Exhibition|
|[Catalogue] Possehl, Gregory L., and Ch'eng-mei, Chang, and Peters, Heather A., and Lyons, Elizabeth. 1985. Buddhism: History and Diversity of a Great Tradition.. Philadelphia. The University Museum. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 43||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
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