Kleep Khanoon Anchorite Stone Carving

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Object :
Anchorite Stone Carving on Kleep Khanoon (stone carving decoration shape like  a quarter of jackfruit)
Art style :
Lopburi Art (Khmer art in Thailand)
Material : 
Size :
47.5 cm height
Era age :
16th Buddhist century
Characteristics :
An anchorite carved in the arch of triangle stone sits with his knees up, crossing-legged, closing eyes, and pressing the hands together at the chest. He wears the hairs in a high bun, a beard, and a necklace of sacred beads. Kleep Khanoon is a part for decorating the roof of stone Prasat which usually being carved as the great gods to protect Prasat.
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History :
Found in Prasat Muangkhaek, Sung Noen District, Nakhon Ratchasima
Presented at :
Mahaweerawong National Museum, Nakhon Ratchasima

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