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stucco head from Gandhara maybe a bohdisattva

Head of Vajrapani, Afghanistan, kingdom of Nagarahara, Early Hadda style, 4th/5th century, Terracotta.

Monumental Bodhisattva Head 5th cent. Pakistan,Gandhara Stucco Metropolitan Museum

Tête de "barbare" (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Daniel Arnaudet 3e siècle, 4e siècle stuc Afghanistan, monastère de Hadda

A Bodhisattva (Buddhist enlightened being), probably Avalokiteshvara (Guanyin), from the Yungan Caves, Shanxi Province, China. Northern Wei dynasty (386–534 AD). Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Date: ca. 470–80 Culture: China Medium: Sandstone with traces of pigment

Head of a Gaul or Barbarian 3-4th century, Stucco. Monastery of Tapa-Kalan, Hadda, a major Greco-Buddhist site in ancient Gandhara, near the Khyber Pass Afghanistan.

a gandhara terracotta male head 4TH/5TH CENTURY

GANDHARA Le bodhisattva Devata assis dans la pose de délassement. VIIe - VIIIe siècle. Asie centrale, Fondukistan, vallée de Ghorband, Gandhâra. Terre séchée polychrome, H. 72 cm. Musée des Arts Asiatiques Guimet, Paris

5th C. Kushan Period (100 BCE-250 CE) Stucco head.with Hellenistic facial features and the Kushan topknot. Kushan iranic Central Asian tribes forced out of the Tarim Basin who moved into Bactria and northern India. Their culture became multi-lingual. Originally Zoroastrian they also embraced local beliefs including Shaivite Hinduism and Buddhism. By the 3rd C. they had split into semi-independent kingdoms. Hadda, Afghanistan Harvard Art Museums