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Miscellanies about the Buddha Image

Bautze-Picron, Claudine (Hrsg.):
Miscellanies about the Buddha image / ed. by Claudine Bautze-Picron. - Oxford [u.a.] : Archaeopress, 2008. - 124 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt. - (British archaeological reports : International series ; 1888) (South Asian Archaeology 2007 : special sessions ; 1)
ISBN 978-1-4073-0368-0
£ 28,00

The papers included here address various issues that reflect manifold ways of approaching study of the Buddha image. Most were presented in July 2007 during the Nineteenth International Conference of the Association of South Asia Archaeologists in Europe. This volume intends to cast light on numerous possible ways of looking at the image and as such, should be considered in a sense ‘preliminary’ to further, more specific studies bearing on the topic. [Verlagsinformation]


    Introduction (Claudine Bautze-Picron). 1

  1. Serinity Young and Kate Bollinger: Seeking the Buddha in the American Museum of Natural History’s Collection. 5
  2. Anna Filigenzi: The dāna, the pātra and the cakravartin-ship: archaeological and art historical evidence for a social history of early medieval Buddhism. 11
  3. Akira Miyaji: Aspects of the Earliest Buddha Images in Gandhāra. 25
  4. Yuko Fukuroi: The Flaming Protuberance on the Head of Tamil Buddhas, Its representations and concepts. 43
  5. Anna Maria Quagliotti: New Considerations on some Gandhāran Fasting Buddhas. 65
  6. Claudine Bautze-Picron: The Emaciated Buddha in Southeast Bangladesh and Pagan (Myanmar). 77
  7. Katsumi Tanabe: Gandhāran Bodhisattva Maitreya Image, Soteriological function of Ketos and Eros. 97
  8. Doris Meth Srinivasan: Māyā, Gandhāra’s Grieving Mother, Part 2. 109

Claudine Bautze-Picron is Indian art historian. Her research mainly concerns the art of Eastern India (Indian States of Bihar and West Bengal, Bangladesh), issues related to Buddhist iconography in the Subcontinent, and the murals of Pagan (Burma). Homepage

Quellen: Archaeopress; WorldCat.

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