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  • Thumbnail for La casita de los perritos
    La casita de los perritos by anonymous

    Unknown location. No listing in Cobos index. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 5 of 25 songs on the audiofile.

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    El chorrito by anonymous

    Unknown location. No listing in Cobos index. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 4 of 25 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for La Llaga del Costado
    La Llaga del Costado by anonymous

    No listing in the Cobos index. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 10 of 16 in the audiofile.

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    Li by Anonymous

    Bronze Ritual Vessel with Rams Heads

  • Thumbnail for Mat Weights
    Mat Weights by Anonymous

    Bronze pair of lions.

  • Thumbnail for Archer
    Archer by Anonymous

    Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture.

  • Thumbnail for Dog
    Dog by Anonymous

    Brown glazed mortuary sculpture

  • Thumbnail for Ewer
    Ewer by Anonymous

    Yellow glazed terracotta wine server

  • Thumbnail for Goose
    Goose by Anonymous

    Terracotta with pigments funerary object, possibly a lamp.

  • Thumbnail for Hunting Vase
    Hunting Vase by Anonymous

    Greenglazed earthenware morturary jar

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    Model of a Weight by Anonymous

    Hollow ceramic sculpture representing a weight for measuring grain and other commodities. Glazed in yellow, perhaps to mimic color of newly cast bronze.

  • Thumbnail for Ram Jar
    Ram Jar by Anonymous

    Green glazed ceramic mortuary jar, or perhaps lamp. The Chinese word for ram rhymes with the Chinese word for good fortune, thus explaining the presence of this animal motif in the mortuary art of early China

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    Guardian Earth Spirit by Anonymous

    Earthenware with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with guardian figure Colby College accession number 190.2004.A

  • Thumbnail for Woman, with Cat and Parrot
    Woman, with Cat and Parrot by Anonymous

    Rajasthani, perhaps Mewar school; gouache on paper.

  • Thumbnail for Standing Official
    Standing Official by Anonymous

    Bronze mortuary sculpture

  • Thumbnail for Offering a Drink
    Offering a Drink by Anonymous

    Possibly a Company School work; gouache on paper.

  • Thumbnail for Dui
    Dui by Anonymous

    Bronze Ritual Vessel

  • Thumbnail for Mirror
    Mirror by Anonymous

    Bronze mirror with stylized bat pattern.

  • Thumbnail for Sake Ewer
    Sake Ewer by Anonymous

    Glazed stoneware; possibly Mino ware.

  • Thumbnail for Sultan on Throne
    Sultan on Throne by Anonymous

    Possibly Deccani; gouache on paper. Persian inscription, “Yusuf Adil Shah.†Yusuf Adil Shah (1459–1511) founded the Adil Shahi dynasty, rulers of the Sultanate of Bijapur in the Deccan, south India, until ca. 1686.

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    Nobleman by Anonymous

    Possibly Deccani; gouache on paper. Persian inscription, “Hari Jahan Bahadur.†Bahadur Khan (1643-1712) was the second son of Aurangzeb. He served as governor of the northwest, Punjab, and then was Mughal emperor for five years, 1707-1712. Compare with ASIANetwork-Luce Asian art record number soclaa001652.

  • Thumbnail for Man Holding a Flower
    Man Holding a Flower by Anonymous

    Gouache on paper. Persian inscription, “Harjan, daughter of Mohammad Shahi.â€

  • Thumbnail for Nobleman Holding a Red Sword
    Nobleman Holding a Red Sword by Anonymous

    Gouache on paper. Persian inscription, “Zulfiqar Khan.†One of Aurangzeb’s key military officers.

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    Bust Portrait of Nobleman with Feather in his Turban by Anonymous

    Gouache on paper. Persian inscription, “Babur Padi Shah.†Babur (1483-1531) was the founder of the Mughal Dynasty; he was instrumental in the introduction of Persian culture in South Asia.

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    Nobleman by Anonymous

    Possibly Deccani; gouache on paper. Persian inscription, “A state does not continue without justice.â€