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Fragments

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Fragments from the Amaravati Album

Drawing of three fragments showing (a) stupa and wheel (b) gandharvas and men adoring a throne (c) seated men and a man with a snake headdress. [WD1061, folio 50]
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Inscribed: (a) 4ft.6.5in. by 3ft.8in. (b) 3ft.10.5in. by 3ft.8in. (c) 3ft.lin. by 2ft.9.5in. C. Barnett 17th March, 1817.
Location of Sculpture: Unknown.
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Fragments from the Amaravati Album

Drawing of three fragments showing (a) four devotees surrounding a building (b) seated Buddha and man on horse (c) three men on stools. [WD1061, folio 51]
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Inscribed:(a) 2ft.6.5in. by lft.10.75in. (b) 2ft.7.5in. by lft.2in. (c) l0ft.10.5in. by lft.9.5in. C. Barnett 12th March 1817.
Location of Sculpture: The fragment labelled "c" is in the British Museum. See Knox (1992) catalogue number 104; Barrett (1954) catalogue number 74; BM52.
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Fragments from the Amaravati Album

Drawing of two fragments showing (a) a wheel and stupa (b) humans and gandharvas. [WD1061, folio 57].
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Inscribed: (a) 3ft.7.5in. by 3ft.6.5in. (b)3ft.6in. by 3ft.5.75in.
C. Barnett March 1817.

Location of Sculpture: Unknown.
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