CKI02320 Budhanada – schist Buddha triad (year 5) [draft]

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Conventional Name Year 5 Buddha | Findspot xxx | Archeological xxx | Item Rectangular Gold Sheet | Surface Recto | Dimensions Height: nncm, Width: nncm | Date Xxxx 5 | Collection Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United States: nnnnn | Current Location New York, United States | Language/Script Gāndhārī/Kharoṣṭḥī

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Other References

  • Juhyung Rhi, ‘Positioning Gandharan Buddhas in Chronology: Significant Coordinates and Anomalies’, in Wannaporn Rienjang and Peter Stewart, eds, Problems of Chronology in Gandharan Art, Oxford, 2019, pp. 35–52.
  • Richard Salomon, Buddhist Literature of Ancient Gandhara, Somerville, MA, 2018.

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