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0600 Ancient Khotan : vol.1
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R. 04-

J. 002.

R. 04. Stucco relief, head of Buddha ; fragment in

3 pieces. Red clay, traces of white and red wash. Replica R. or. Portion of nimbus to R. p. of head intact. Both ears represented as pierced. Top-knob to chin 41", between ears 3". Friable.

R. ors. Stucco relief, head of Buddha, fragments ;

4 pieces. Red clay, traces of whitewash and red contours. Replica R. or. Parts of nimbus remain. Friable.

R. orb. Stucco relief, head of Buddha, fragment in 2 pieces. Red clay, traces of white and red wash. Replica

R. or. L. p. ear missing. Portions of nimbus. Top-knob to chin 41", ear to side of face 24". Friable.

R. 017. Stucco relief figure, in 2 fragments, incomplete. Standing Buddha; replica R. xii. r. Red clay, traces of white and red wash all over. Portion from middle downwards missing. 12" from top of nimbus downwards, 54" below shoulders. Friable.

R. oig. Stucco relief figure, fragment. Standing Buddha ; replica R. xii. r. Red clay, traces of red and white wash. r ol" high, 61" across shoulders. Friable.


R. ooi. Fragments of terra-cotta vessels, from ground near Vihara.

a. Fine clay, smoothed outside. 4" x I". b. Coarse clay. 2" x Jr. c. Coarse clay, smoothed outside. 2" x r/". d. Very coarse clay. 2f" x Iâ".

R. 002. Piece of sandstone, drilled at one end. Probably a plummet. Found near Rawak Vihara. 3$" X-l~g"X".

R. 003. Gold split ring ; probably an earring. Purchased at Khotan. The ring is of round wire, and has two settings for jewels—one opposite the split, and the other at 9o° with it, so that if the ring were in the ear, one jewel would be pendant and the other directed forward. Settings very neatly made. See PI. LI.



J. ool. Fragment of terra-cotta handle, said to have been found at Jumbe-kum ; enriched with an admirably moulded acanthus leaf, quite in Gandhara style. The clay has the same rich colour, and the same curious eroded appearance as A. oor, A. oo6. Height 2", width


J. 002. Fragments of terra-cotta vessels, found at Jumbe-kum. Various tints; coarse. Two of them decorated with roughly-incised patterns. a. Dark grey. 21" x I4". b-d. Dull red inside, Khaki outside. 21" x xi", r$" x r", Ig" x â", resp.