Japanese Ridge-End Ornament

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James Blake Wiener
by Miguel Bandera
published on 09 April 2019

This large block comes from the ruins of Tosaka-dera (Takaidahaiji) in Osaka, Japan. It dates from the Asuka period or the Nara period in Japanese history, which overlapped with the 7th and 8th century CE. (Tokyo National Museum) (Text by James Blake Wiener) https://www.ancient.eu/image/7868/

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