2.17 - Asian Religions and theirarts Buddhism in early...

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Asian Religions and theirarts Buddhism in early korea Three kingdoms period, (Goguryeo Baekje Silla) Koguryo-372 The northern wei dynasty Paekje-384 The eastern Jin Silla-528 Fig.1 seated Buddha, three kingdoms period, koguryo or Pekche kingdom 5 th century, from Ttuksom, seoul. Gilt bronze, h. 1 7/8 in. The earliest known sculpture Ttuksom- peak Stylistic feature Symmetrical V0shape garment Pedestal with two lion Big eyes ->seated Buddha (northern wei dynasty) ->brought from china ->a copy of Chinese figure Based on stylistic affinities with chiese models Koguryo Fig.2 Standing Buddha, three kingdoms period, koguryo kingdom, dated 539, south Kyongsang Province, Gilt Bronze, h. 6 3/8 in. Forty nine Chinese characters koguryo at tong-sa(eastern temple) in Lelang the seventh year of the reigh alterpiece dedicated to Buddha maitreya (Mile) northern wei dynasty (386-534), dated 524 china Gilt bronze Paekje Fig.3 seated Buddha, Three Kingdom period Paekche kingdom, second half of the 6
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course HAA 0010 taught by Professor Mcalister during the Spring '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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2.17 - Asian Religions and theirarts Buddhism in early...

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