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  1. 3-3 Guang, probably from Anyang, China, Shang dynasty, 12th or 11th century bce. Bronze
    . Asian Art Museum of San Francisco,San Francisco (Avery Brundage Collection).
    Shang artists perfected the casting of elaborate bronze vessels decorated with animal motifs. The animal forms, real and imaginary, on this libation
    guang are probably connected with the world of spirits.
  2. 1. Life is suffering
    2. The cause of suffering is desire
    3. One can overcome and extinguish desire
    4. The way to conquer desire and end suffering is to follow the Buddha's Eightfold Path
  3. 2-13 Schwedagon Pagoda, Rangoon (Yangon), Myanmar (Burma),14th century or earlier (rebuilt several times). ( Myanmar )
    __________________________________________The 344-foot-tall Schwedagon Pagoda houses two of the Buddha'shairs. Silver and jewels and 13,153 gold plates sheathe its exterior.
    The gold ball at the top is inlaid with 4,351 diamonds.
  4. The archer Yi(?) and a recep-tion in a mansion,
    Wu family shrine,Jiaxiang, China,(( Han dynasty))
    the hero Yi shoots down suns to save the Earth from scorching. To the right is a cere-monial scene in a Han mansion
  5. goddess of fortune, wife of Shiva
  1. a
  2. b
  3. c
  4. d What is
    THE WHEEL OF LAW: Four Noble Truths
  5. e Who is Lakshmi?

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  1. 2-14 Dish with two mynah birds on a flowering branch, fromVietnam, 16th century. Stoneware painted with underglaze cobalt, in diameter. Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena. ( Myanmar )
    Vietnamese ceramists exported underglaze pottery throughout South east Asia and beyond. The spontaneity of the depiction of mynah bird
    on this dish contrasts with the formality of Chinese porcelains.


  2. elesphant head. Son of ShivaWho is Ganesha?


  3. 4 armed holds discusWho is Vishnu?


  4. 1-7) Great Stupa, Sanchi, India, third century BCE to first century CE, 50' high 1-7 Exterior Diagram, Great Stupa, Sanchi, India (Shunga, Andhra, and Kushan Dynasties)
    The sanchi stupa is an earthen mound containing relics of the Buddha. Buddhists walk around stupas in a clockwise direction. Th ey believe that the
    circular movement brings the devotee into harmony with the cosmos.


  5. CompassionWhat is the lotus a sign for?


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