Sealing No. 5




Sealing with Buddhist Sanskrit Text - Front View

Eastern India - 8th-12th century CE

Grayish-brown terracotta disk with seal impression. Complete impression of the seal.  Sealing has broken into two joining pieces. Bottom right edge of sealing has a clay defect. Patches of whitish  powdery material (clay) adhere to the surface. 

Type 1a seal containing 7  bands of text separated by lines.

 

Sealing with Buddhist Sanskrit Text - Back View

Undecorated.  Rounded back.  Bottom edge has a air space which has left a small hole.  Faint ridge impressions from the potter's hands or fingers are present.  Patches of powdery  whitish material (clay) adhere to the surface.  

 

Dimensions:

2.5 cm high

2.6 cm wide

0.7 cm thick 

 




Enlarged Views

 

 

Enlarged View - Front

Enlarged View - Back

 

 







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