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The Buddhist Schools of the Small Vehicle

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One side of an architectural element that would have been part of the base or superstructure of a small stupa depicting a scene from the life of the Buddha, from Gandhara (approx. On display at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, California.

Buddha is probably one of the earliest iconic representations of Shakyamuni from Gandhara

This small bronze Buddha cm) is probably one of the earliest iconic representations of Shakyamuni from Gandhara.

Head of Buddha’s protector Vajrapani (later a bodhisattva). Stucco with traces of colouring; Gandhara region (part of today’s Pakistan and Afghanistan), around 3rd century

Head of Buddha’s protector Vajrapani (later a bodhisattva). Stucco with traces of colouring; Gandhara region (part of today’s Pakistan and Afghanistan), around century; h 28 cm, Inv.

The Buddha is shown teaching the first sermon to five ascetics who become monks; in this way, he establishes the monastic order. The Buddha reaches down to set in motion the wheel of the law—a well-established symbol of Buddhist teaching, or dharma. Buddha's First Sermon at Sarnath  Date:2nd century Culture:Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium:Gray schist Dimensions:H. 11 1/4 in. (28.6 cm); W. 12 1/4 in. (31.1 cm); D. 2 in. (5.1 cm) Classification:Sculpture

The Buddha is shown teaching the first sermon to five ascetics who become monks; in this way, he establishes the monastic order. The Buddha reaches down to set in motion the wheel of the law—a well-established symbol of Buddhist teaching, or dharma

Bas-relief en schiste représentant des scènes de la vie dans le palais du prince Siddhârta Gautama. L : 12 x 22.5 cm.  ART GRECO-BOUDDHIQUE DU GANDHARA (Ier – Vème siècle) Collection Amory

Bas-relief en schiste représentant des scènes de la vie dans le palais du prince Siddhârta Gautama. L : 12 x 22.5 cm. ART GRECO-BOUDDHIQUE DU GANDHARA (Ier – Vème siècle) Collection Amory

Lot 1435 - Gandharan Temptation of Buddha Panel

Lot 1435 - Gandharan Temptation of Buddha Panel

Marble cinerary urn | Roman | Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian | The Met

❤ - Julio-Claudian marble cinerary urn, half of c., Frieze depicting spoils of war. Said to be found near Anagni southeast of Rome in Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Asian Art Museum | San Francisco

Asian Art Museum | San Francisco

Cinerary urn, Julio-Claudian, first half of 1st century A.D., Roman; said to have been excavated from a tomb near Anagni, Marble (2002.297, 2002.568)

Marble cinerary urn Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: half of century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Marble Dimensions: Overall: 14 x 21 x 16 in. x 54 x 41 cm) Classification: Stone Sculpture

Plaque en ivoire sculpté en bas-relief, représentant le Voyage de Nazareth

Plaque en ivoire sculpté en bas-relief, représentant le Voyage de Nazareth

Gandharan Relief. Ancient region of Gandhara, 2nd-3rd century. Grey schist. Height: 15 inches (38 cm).

Ancient region of Gandhara, century.

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. – Pompei – Marble relief – Sign of the coppersmith’s shop Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman civilization, century A. – Pompei – Marble relief – Sign of the coppersmith’s shop Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

GRECO BOUDDHIQUE (Ier-Veme siècle) Relief représentant la mort du Bouddha. Le Bouddha est allongé sur un lit entre deux branches de l'arbre « sala *» qui lui est consacré. Sa tête est orientée vers le nord. Il meurt, passant dans le nirvana, entouré de ses disciples. Schiste gris. Hauteur : 24,5 cm, longueur : 35 cm. *L'arbre « sala » était couvert de fleurs hors saison. Bibliographie : Kurita, the Buddha's life, illustrations pages 244 , 245, 253,texte pages 331 et 332

GRECO BOUDDHIQUE (Ier-Veme siècle) Relief représentant la mort du Bouddha. Le Bouddha est allongé sur un lit entre deux branches de l'arbre « sala *» qui lui est consacré. Sa tête est orientée vers le nord. Il meurt, passant dans le nirvana, entouré de ses disciples. Schiste gris. Hauteur : 24,5 cm, longueur : 35 cm. *L'arbre « sala » était couvert de fleurs hors saison. Bibliographie : Kurita, the Buddha's life, illustrations pages 244 , 245, 253,texte pages 331 et 332

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