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Two temple guardians

anonymous, c. 1300 - c. 1400, sculpture, AK-RAK-2007-1-B

These guards stand at the entrance to a temple to ward off evil. They are holding a vajra, with which to crush ignorance. Their open and shut mouths represent the first and last letters of the Japanese script: A and N: this symbolises the totality of sounds and letters, of knowledge. Worshippers who…

On display in Asian pavilion, room 2

Two temple guardians

anonymous, c. 1300 - c. 1400, sculpture, AK-RAK-2007-1-A

On display in Asian pavilion, room 2

Durga Killing the Buffalo Demon

anonymous, c. 1300 - c. 1500, sculpture, AK-RAK-1997-1

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Aquamanile in the form of a mounted…

anonymous, c. 1220 - c. 1240, figure, BK-16911

On display in room 0.2

Tile in the shape of a cross with…

anonymous, c. 1250 - c. 1299, tile, AK-MAK-1484

On display in room 0.10

Tile in the shape of a star with…

anonymous, c. 1266 - c. 1267, tile, BK-1978-21

On display in room 0.10

Tile in the shape of a cross with a…

anonymous, c. 1250 - c. 1299, tile, BK-2000-76-A

On display in room 0.10

Star-shaped tile with a stylized…

anonymous, c. 1250 - c. 1299, tile, BK-2000-55

On display in room 0.10

Tile in the shape of a cross with a…

anonymous, c. 1250 - c. 1299, tile, BK-2000-76-B

On display in room 0.10

Star-shaped tile with a stylized…

anonymous, c. 1250 - c. 1299, tile, BK-2000-56

On display in room 0.10