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    • Pitt rally

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    • "Pitt Rally." The negative is a photograph of a rally before an athletic event. Many people are standing in front of a building that says 'Social Science', and it appears something resembling the opposing team's mascot is hanging from the front of...
    • Sash (obi) with drums and flutes

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    • White satin silk damask fukuro obi designed with embroidery of black, gold, green, shades of orange-red, and silver threads depicting hand drums and flutes with flowers and flowing long cord tassels on dyed orange oval circle. Thunder pattern...
    • Zither (yang-chin)

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    • Zither (Yang-chin).The body of this stringed instrument has the form of a trapezoidal box. A lid is used to protect the sounding board when not in use. Fine, metallic wires, arranged in sets of two, three, or four to each note, decrease in length...
    • Nephrite jade Garuda

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    • Garuda is a legendary man-bird creature primarily associated as a charger for the Hindu deity Vishnu. The Garuda is familiar not only in Indian lore but througout Southeast Asia. This jade piece shows the hands of Garuda in namasta position...
    • Han Dynasty watch tower

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    • Earthenware with copper lead glaze made of three well modeled sections that form a watch tower, rising from the middle of a circular, walled moat with standing and sitting geese in the moat and perched at the edge of the wide flat rim. The first...
    • Figure of Palden Lhamo

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    • Palden Lhamo in bronze and covered in gilt, astride a mule. In Buddhism, Lhamo is one of the Dharmapalas (wrathful deities and protectors of the faith) and the only female of the ""Eight Guardians of the Law."" She is considered to be a special...
    • Harp (Saung Kauk)

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    • The Saung Kauk, named after its curved arch, is commonly used throughout Burma (Myanmar) for solo playing, for accompanying singers, or for chamber playing by either professional or amateur musicians. The arch is the natural root of the ""Sah""...
    • Brush Holder

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    • Carved Ivory Brush Holder (a) depicts: --Man with long flowing hair is a god crossing a river by standing on leaves; --Seated man with bamboo fishing pole and line in hands is prime minister of Chou dynasty. One interpretation: He fishes with...
    • Drum (Gendang rebana)

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    • This Gendang (a rope-tension drum) is a family heritage piece that dates from the first decade of the 20th century. It has a body made from thatch palm trunk (rumbia) with rattan for lacings. The drum-head is a goat skin. The Gendang drum is used...
    • Persian Kashan Rug

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    • Pile carpet: Kashan. Ivory cotton warp and light blue cotton weft. Wool pile with asymetric knots. . Made in rose, brick, dark red, light blue, medium blue, navy, ivory pale green, orange, olive and tan. Center medallion with large pendants on...
    • Skirt: Woman's skirt

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    • Red satin skirt with pink cotton waistband. Skirt pleated at sides. Front and back panel hand-embroidered with a large, multicolored floral design. Rest of skirt has a sprinkling of embroidered small floral designs. Front and back panel with...
    • Thangka of Avalokitesvara

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    • Painting on canvas. A central, standing figure of eleven-headed Avalokitesvara with eight arms. Seven attending, seated deities. The five deities above the standing figure are of the five seated primordial Buddhas. A rustic type thangka mounted on...

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