|Native Name||Thurathati (uncertain)|
|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Gift of the Estate of Elizabeth Lyons, Keeper of the Asian Collections, University Museum, 1989|
A standing female figure with rosary in left hand and book in the right hand. Wears a royal headdress. The finial resembles the head of a bird, possibly a hamsa. Cast in one piece with circular base. Probably made as an effigy for the relic chamber of a pagoda dedicated to Sarasvati, the Hindu goddess who is the keeper of the tripitaka texts in Buddhism.
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