Pannello - Terracotta - India - Impero Shunga (185 a.C.-75 d.C.)

Descrizione
Pannello - Terracotta - India - Impero Shunga (185 a.C.-75 d.C.)
In discrete condizioni (restaurato), vedi descrizione

"Carved relief panel with Royal couple and consorts scene"

Shunga Empire.

The Sunga Empire (or Shunga Empire) is a Magadha dynasty that controlled North-central and Eastern India as well as parts of the northwest (now Pakistan) from around 185 to 73 B.C.E. It was established after the fall of the Indian Mauryan empire. The capital of the Sungas was Pataliputra. Later kings such as Bhagabhadra also held court at Vidisa, modern Besnagar in Eastern Malwa. The Sunga Empire is noted for its numerous wars with both foreign and indigenous powers although several kings patronized Buddhism. The Mathura school of art and the works of Patanjali colored North India during this empire. It was replaced by the Kanva dynasty.


Material: Terracota.
Sizes: 18 cm x 29 cm
Conditions: good, see pictures.
General repair works on the left top corner.

Origin: India. Bengala.
Shunga Empire.
Chandraketugarh culture. 200 BC - 100 AC

Qed Laboratoire certified of authenticity.


In private collection since 1997. Spain.
All documents will be add.

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Dettagli lotto
Oggetto
Pannello
Materiale
Terracotta
Periodo
Impero Shunga (185 a.C.-75 d.C.)
Regione/paese d'origine
India
Condizioni
In discrete condizioni (restaurato), vedi descrizione
Dimensioni
18×1,5×29 cm
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