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English: A sculpture of the Indian god Ganesha. Made in Cambodia in the Angkor style.
English: 10th century
Medium sandstone
Dimensions 27.75 × 17 × 10.5 in (70.5 × 43.2 × 26.7 cm)
Notes Photo: 2010-02-22
Source/Photographer Sean Pathasema/ Birmingham Museum of Art
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