Imperial Pagan: Art and Architecture of Old Burma
University of Hawaii Press, 1 janv. 1990 - 159 pages
This work aims to revive interest in the least-examined monumental Buddhist site in Southeast Asia.
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12th century Abe-ya-dana ambulatory Ananda Anawrahta arch architectural arrangement Aung base beneath bhumisparsamudra bodawin Bodh Gaya bodhisattva Brahmanic brick and stucco Buddha Buddhavamsa Buddhist Burma Burmese carved central block Ceylonese colossal contemporary decorative dedication depicted dhamma Dhamma-yan-gyi dharmacakra Duroiselle dvarapala Early Pagan Early Period east EFEO exterior face figures finial found at Pagan Gotama ground plan hall hpaya Hpet-leik iconographic Indian inner inscription interior Jataka king kirtimukha Kyanzittha Kyasin Kyauk-ku Late Period lei-myet-hna Luce Mahayana medial Mettaya Middle Period Mingala-zeidi Minnanthu monks monuments motifs mouldings mural paintings Mye-bon-tha Myinkaba Kubyauk-gyi Naga-yon Nan-hpaya Nat-hlaung-kyaung niches original ornament outer Pa-hto-tha-mya Pagan Pagan temple pagoda panels parinibbana pediment pilasters plaques plinth porch pyatthat reliefs Sariputta scenes sculpture Shwe-gu-gyi Shwe-hsan-daw Shwe-zigon side sikhara Sithu Sri Ksetra stone stucco stupa style Sula-mani superstructure temple's terraces That-byin-nyu Theravada upper shrine vault votive tablets wall Wetkyi-in whilst