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Dämonische Gestalt

  • Wandmalerei
  • China; Xinjiang [Autonomes Gebiet]; Bezeklik [Stätte]; Höhle 20 (Grünwedel 9); Stein Nummer v
  • 10./11. Jh.

Detailed information

Object type
Date of Origin
10./11. Jh.
Farben auf Lehm
Höhe x Breite x Tiefe: 66 x 27 x 4 cm
Gewicht: 20 kg
Places / Cultures
China; Xinjiang [Autonomes Gebiet]; Bezeklik [Stätte]; Höhle 20 (Grünwedel 9); Stein Nummer v
SMB Asian Art Museum, AKu South, Southeast and Central Asia
Exhibition / Module
SMB01 Humboldt Forum / Module 62 Art on the Northern Silk Road
Managing Institution
Museum für Asiatische Kunst - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
III 6875
Acquisition Context / Provenance
Fund, II. Turfan Expedition (Oktober 1904 - Dezember 1905)