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File:Devimahatmya Sanskrit MS Nepal 11c.jpg

Description Devimahatmya MS in Sanskrit on palm-leaf, Bihar or Nepal, 11th c., 32 ff., 5x31 cm, 2 columns, (3x27 cm), 5 lines in an early Bhujimol script, borders marked with double lines with orange pigmentation between lines, 1 miniature in text. Binding: Nepal, 11th c., carved wooden covers, decorated with 10 miniatures, poti with hole for the binding cord. Provenance: 1. Monastery in Nepal (ca. 11th c.-); 2. Sam Fogg cat. 17(1996):40.
Date (1996)
Source Commentary: The Devimahatmya cropped from; taken from: w:en:Image:Devimahatmya Sanskrit MS Nepal 11c.jpg
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