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classical depictions


Afghanistan

to "The Dyasntic art of the Kushan", John Rosenfield, 1967 . This is particularly the case of some purely Hellenistic works in Hadda, Afghanistan, an area which "might indeed be the cradle of incipient Buddhist sculpture in Indo-Greek style". Boardman, p141 Referring to one of the Buddha triads in Hadda, in which the Buddha is sided by very Classical depictions of Herakles Vajrapani and Tyche Hariti, Boardman explains


India

;might indeed be the cradle of incipient Buddhist sculpture in Indo-Greek style". Boardman, p141 Referring to one of the Buddha triads in Hadda, in which the Buddha is sided by very Classical depictions of Herakles Vajrapani and Tyche Hariti, Boardman explains that both figures "might at first (and even second) glance, pass as, say, from Asia Minor or Syria of the first or second century BC (...) these are essentially Greek figures, executed


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