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IronOrchid PhotoClipart. Antiquities Project. [Ch. 4] Buddha Plate; Country Scene.
Library of Congress. P&P Online Catalog. [Pt. I] Buddha Preaching LC-USZ62-111688 [Ch. 1] Priest Sitting LC-USZ62-34390; [Ch. 2} Transportation (detail) LC-USZ62-35010 [Ch. 3] Buddha Preaching LC-USZ62-111688; Palace in Amber LC-USZ61-949; Well of Knowledge LC-D426-554 [Ch.5] Children of the Workers of the Firewood Section LC-USW33- 043060-ZC [Ch. 6] Official, India LC-USZ62-91594; Parsee Wedding LC-USZ62-91595; Natch Girl Dancing LC-USZ62-35125 [Ch. 7] View of Birdcages (detail) LC-USZ62-81246 [Ch. 8] Hyderabad Colonnade LC-D41-149; Bridge over the Rungroo LC-USZ62-76815 [Ch. 9] A Stream in India LC-USW33-043090-ZC; Riverscene W7-589 [Ch. 10] Portrait of Hindu Musician (detail) LOT 12735, no. 511 [Ch. 11] Buddha Figure LC-USZ62-116439 [Ch. 12] India's Sacred Lotus LC-USZ62-71354.
Metropolitan Museum of Art Standing Buddha, Gupta period (ca. 319?500), 5th century, Uttar Pradesh, Mathura, India, Enid A. Haupt Gift.
NOAA Photo Library. Historic C&GS Collection,. [Forward] Tabulae Rudolphinae : quibus astronomicae… by Johannes Kepler, 1571-1630 [Ch. 9] Eddies (detail) theb2710.
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World Art Kiosk. California State University. [ch.5] Kama: God of Love, Seattle Museum ŠKathleen Cohen [Ch. 8] Assault of Mara, Guimet Museum, Paris ŠKathleen Cohen.
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