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English: The graceful gold coated bronze statue of four handed Avalokiteçvara in Malayu-Srivijayan style, discovered at Rataukapastuo, Muarabulian, en:Jambi, en:Indonesia. The golden statue probably taken from elsewhere and not originated from Rataukapastuo, since there is no sign of archaeological remnant surround it.
Date 2008-04-20 (original upload date)
(Original text : 19 January 2008)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transfer was stated to be made by User:Closedmouth.
(Original text : Titik Temu,Jejak Peradaban di Tepi Batanghari, p. 30)
Author Gunkarta ( talk) Original uploader was Gunkarta at en.wikipedia
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