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The "Kanishka Casket", dated to 127 CE, with the Buddha surrounded by Indra and Brahma. Kanishka appears in the lower part among the scrolls, British
The "Kanishka Casket", dated to 127 CE, with the Buddha surrounded by Indra and Brahma. Kanishka appears in the lower part among the scrolls, British Museum.
Detail of the Buddha, surrounded by cherubs, with devotee or bodhisattava
Detail of the Buddha, surrounded by cherubs, with devotee or bodhisattava
Detail of the Indra, Buddha, Brahma trilogy.
Detail of the Indra, Buddha, Brahma trilogy.
Detail of Kanishka, surrounded by the Sun-God and the Moon-God.
Detail of Kanishka, surrounded by the Sun-God and the Moon-God.
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Reliquary Shrine, French, c. 1325–50, The Cloisters, New York
Reliquary Shrine, French, c. 1325–50, The Cloisters, New York
Inside the shrine of St. Boniface of Dokkum in the hermit-church of Warfhuizen in the Netherlands. The little folded paper on the left contains a bone
Inside the shrine of St. Boniface of Dokkum in the hermit-church of Warfhuizen in the Netherlands. The little folded paper on the left contains a bone fragment of Saint Benedict of Nursia, the folded paper on the right a piece of the habit of St. Bernard of Clairvaux. The large bone in the middle (about 5 cm in length) is the actual relic of St. Boniface.
Reliquary Cross, French, c. 1180
Reliquary Cross, French, c. 1180
Domnach Airgid, Irish, 8th–9th century, added to 14th century, 15th century, and after
Domnach Airgid, Irish, 8th–9th century, added to 14th century, 15th century, and after