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0317 Innermost Asia : vol.2
Innermost Asia : vol.2 / Page 317 (Color Image)

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Kucha. 017, 33, 34, 37, 42, 43, 52, Frs. of bronze wire, round and flat, of various gauges. Gr. length I ".

Kuchâ,. ox8. Fr. of glass button ; cabochon, dark green

glass, pierced laterally. Diam. 6" thickness   ".

Kucha. 020. Bronze centre boss, of back of mirror, pierced for cord. H. j".

Kuchâ. 021. Bronze cat bell, broken. Diam. i". PL CXI.

Kucha. 023, 24, 3o, 49. Frs. of bronze plate, mirror (?). Gr. M. i".

Kucha. 028. Bronze object, resembling side-piece of snaffle bit, with two holes ; but probably too small for this purpose. 2f" x ". PI. CXI.

Kucha. 032. Fr. of stone, black lignite (?) seal. I" x j" X j".

Kucha. 035, 5o. Two frs. of lignite (?), equilateral triangular object with segmental (convex) sides, each containing an equilateral triangle in low relief on its face. Material black and may be an inferior lignite or burnt ivory. Length of side I".

Kucha. 041. Bronze disc or coin, with Kharosthi (?) chars. on one side. Much corroded. Gr. M.".

Fr. of yellow glass. V" x j".

Fr. of rock crystal, rough. j" x j" x a". Shell beads ; eleven, buff colour.

Eight beads of crystal, jade, and carnelian ;

various shapes. Gr. M. I".

Kucha. 056. Six glass beads, banded and ntillefiori. Gr. length ?- ".

Kucha.. 058. Frs. of various stone and glass beads and amulets. One small cabochon glass seal with four-petalled flower. One bronze bead. Gr. M. j".

Kucha. 059. Bronze arrow-head, triangular ; hollow faces, bronze tang from between short barbs. Similar to Ser. iv. Pl. VI, Khot. 0017. Length I i s". Pl. CXI.

Kucha, 060, 507. Two bronze arrow-heads ; hollow-sided ; three blades, barbed. Similar to Ser. iv. Pl. XXIX, N. xrv. oo8. I}" x 1 ".

Kucha. o6x, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68. Seven bronze arrow-heads ; triangular section, smooth faces, hexagonal base and iron tangs (broken away), and short blunt barbs. o6r, 063, similar to Ser. iv. Pl. LIII, T. xrv. a. 007 ; 064 to Ser. iv. Pl. LIII, T. xxxii. 009 ; 065 to Ser. iv. Pl. LIII, T. xv. a. i. 007 ; o66 like 065 but edges slightly convex in their length and barbs sharper ; 067 similar to Ser. iv. Pl. XXIX, L.A. vus-ix. 005, but with conical base ; o68 similar to Ser. iv. Pl. XXIX, L.A. 0069. Av. length r}".

Kucha. 062. Bronze arrow-head, two blades with thick central hollow rib, and rounded point. Cf. Ser. iv. Pl. XXIX, N. xmv. iii. 0032. Much broken. Length II". Pl. CXI.

Kucha. 06g. Bronze arrow-head, triangular. Each blade thin, finely curved from point to end of barb, and set round a hollow conical ferrule forming central shaft in which are three triangular holes between blades. Barbs long. Fine work. Length it". Pl. CXI.

Kuchâ. 073. Terra-cotta monkey figurine, apparently female, squatting ; holds something in lap, and carries small monkey astride on shoulders. Naturalistic type. 2j" x I". Pl. x.

Kucha. 074-6. Three stucco warrior heads. Red clay stucco with very fine fibre. Heads wear round close helmets from which point has apparently been broken off ; curtains down side and under chin, with large ear ornaments like wings, attached. Eyes small, slightly prominent and straight. Nose and mouth small. All from same mould. 3i" x 2j".

Kucha. 077. Fr. of stone, agate (?) of pointed dome-shape ; polished, yellowish translucent. Diam. I", h. j". Pl. Cxi.

Kucha. 078. Ring of pale jade or jadeite ; semicircular section ; a pair of small holes drilled diagonally to meet, on each side of central hole, at back, for fastening. On one side the division between pair of holes had broken down and a fresh hole has been drilled. Diam. 8", thickness j". Pl. CXI.

Kucha. 079-83. Five shell beads. 079 irreg. j" Others roughly spherical I" diam.

Kucha. 084. Agate bead, roughly spherical. j" diam. Kucha. 085. Agate pebble. c. I" diam.

Kucha. 01or. Bronze seal, elliptical; loop at back broken. Device : a well-modelled goose, standing to L. p. within enclosing line. F" x A". Pl. CXI.

Kucha. 0102. Bronze seal, circular, convex, with loop at back. Device : an attenuated man striding (or standing) with R. knee bent, displaying four arms, two downward and two up, with emblems in hands. Poor work. Diam. j". Pl. CXI.

Kucha. 0103. Copper seal, lenticular, drilled from side to side. Obv. Goose, statant to R. p., carrying wreath in beak. Rev. Head of duck to R. p. rising from nest or water. A" x j" x j". Pl. CXI.

Kucha. 0504. Bronze bead, in form of head with lightly modelled feature of a man with moustaches, hair (or headdress) smoothed flat on forehead, and a sort of wimple round face and under chin. Hole drilled from side to side. i8s x X r.

Kucha. 0505. Bronze seal (?), flat, lenticular, with small projecting knob at one end. Device, if any, worn away. ice" x i " x A".

Kucha. 0106. Bronze arrow-head, triangular, flat face tapering to long point. In one face a deep triangular depression. Short blunt barbs. Length rj", Gr. breadth j".

Kucha. 055. Kucha. 053. Kucha. 054. Kucha. 055.