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Statue of the luohan Tamrabhadra

Liao-Jin dynasties (10th-13th century)
Glazed terracotta
The term luohan (Sanskrit: arhat) describes the Buddhas original disciples who had attained Nirvâna, and the ideal of the Buddhist quest.
H: 123 cm
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