Animals in Stone: Indian Mammals Sculptured Through Time by Alexandra Van Der Geer

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198, Berlin, Germany. Photograph: A. van der Geer lvi list of figures 439. Panel with the Story of the Indrashailaguha Visit. Shanti stupa, Dhaulagiri hill near Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, 1972. Photograph: courtesy Rita Willaert 440. 1997, The Art Institute of Chicago. Photography © The Art Institute of Chicago 441. Women on a balcony looking to a fighting lion. Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, 6th–8th century, sandstone. Photograph: ASI, 1904– 1905, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 442. A lion hunt on a frieze from Jamalgarhi, Greater Gandhara, 1st–4th century.

427. list of figures Hermann Goetz, 1939–1947, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands Detail of Maitreya’s pedestal from Kharki, Greater Gandhara, Pakistan, 1st–3rd century, grey schist. Central Archaeological Museum, 569, Lahore. Photograph: ASI, 1910–1930, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands Isolated pedestal of a Jain Tirthankara, with two lions, a buffalo-headed figure, possibly Yama, to the left and a female figure to the right. Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh, 6th century, sandstone.

Great Stupa, Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, c. , sandstone. Left: central part of the architrave. Right: right end of the architrave. Photograph: courtesy A. Kamphorst 213. Two details with sambar deer on the rock-boulder illustrating Arjuna’s Penance . Mammalapuram, Tamil Nadu, 7th–mid 8th century, granite. Photographs: ASI SC, D429 and D423, 1912– 1913, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 214. E. 586, Mathura. Photograph: W. Goosens, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 215.

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