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 次は中国新疆ウイグル自治区のトルファン市のベゼクリク千仏洞の壁画です。

ベゼクリク千仏洞(新疆ウイグル自治区) 



ベゼクリク千仏洞壁画 (トリップアドバイザー提供)



Pra?idhi scene No. 14, Temple No. 9, dated to the 9th century, Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves, near Turpan, Xinjiang, China. This and many other paintings were removed by Albert von Le Coq from the Bezeklik caves. They were destroyed in the Allied bombing of Berlin during the Second World War.
Source: Wikimedia Commons



Pra?idhi scene No. 14, Temple No. 9, dated to the 9th century, Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves, near Turpan, Xinjiang, China. This and many other paintings were removed by Albert von Le Coq from the Bezeklik caves. They were destroyed in the Allied bombing of Berlin during the Second World War.
不明 - Bezeklik caves. A. von Le Coq, Chotscho -
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9th century fresco from the Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves near Turfan, Xinjiang, China. Two details from Pra?idhi scene no. 6 in Temple no. 9. According to Mariachiara Gasparini, the men depicted to the righthand side (one with a black beard and hair, the other with red hair and beard) are ethnic
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A Caucasian Central Asian monk, possibly an Indo-European Sogdian or Tocharian, teaching an East Asian monk, perhaps a Turkic Uyghur or Chinese, on a 9th-century AD fresco from the Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves near Turfan, Xinjiang, China. A detail from Pra?idhi scene no. 5 in Temple no. 9. The book that this painting is reproduced in has full descriptions of these two figures. Relevant details, along with the German descriptions, are found below.
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The D?pa?kara J?taka is one of the best-known j?takas of the Buddha. In a remote past eon ??kyamuni was born as a Brahman youth called Megha. The king at that time monopolized the flower market in order to offer all flowers to Buddha D?pa?kara himself. Yet Megha managed to find some flowers and offered them to D?pa?kara. In addition, when D?pa?kara was about to pass a muddy road, Megha unfurled his hair onto the mud for the Buddha to step on.
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Exhibit in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. This artwork is old enough so that it is in the public domain, and the museum permitted photography without restriction. I took this photograph and release it into the public domain.
Source: Wikimedia Commons



Image of a Manichaean Temple, from cave 38B (cave 25 by Albert Grunwedel) at Bezeklik Caves.
Source: Wikimedia Commons



マニ教徒が光明王国の生命の樹を礼拝している図:ベゼクリク38洞(グリュンヴェーデルの25洞)のアーチにはマニ教徒が生命の樹を礼讃する情景が描かれている。マニ教では光明王国に3本の幹を持つ生命の樹があり、光明王国が世界の東、北、西の三方を統治していることを象徴すると説かれている。
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