Posted: 17.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 22. Abbreviations An explanation of the terms used by us will be found in Chapter 1 of JID (deviations from JID are kept to a minimum). References consisting merely of the title abbreviation and a figure refer always to reproductions as numbered in the relevant publication. In the case of JID, reference is generally made to...
Posted: 17.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 21. Photographs (III) Fig. 7. Temple No.13: Image No.134, §§ 13 and 18. Fig. 8. Debris to the west of the Rampart: image without number, classification not possible, § 13. Our Neg. 2032 shows a somewhat greater part of the fragment. Fig.9. Temple No. 12, vimāna, pradakṣiṇāpatha: No.(?), classification on the basis of...
Posted: 16.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 21. Photographs (I) In contrast to the photo section in IJI, we have collected below mainly addenda to JID but few photos which are relevant to particular points in our arguments. In addition to the eight reproductions (2-9), we have given a short description of eight further pieces (10*-17*). In the text of our essay,...
Posted: 16.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 21. Photographs (II) Fig. 4. Temple No. 12, vimāna, pradakṣiṇāpatha: No.(?), § 13. This image clearly belongs to the Uncouth Class. Fig. 5. W VIII: Image No. 47, §§ 13-14, 18. See also JID 84 (No.46) and AJI 11. Fig. 6. W IX: Image No. 135, §§ 13 and 18.
Posted: 15.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 19. Further observations on the parikara-top (squares 1 -20) Scope for variation and innovation is mainly provided by the pedestal and by the parikara-top. However, in the case of our sub-corpus, pedestal variation is very rare (see AJI 7 and similar cases), and the only image to have an innovative and elaborate parikara-top...
Posted: 14.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 17. The garland-bearers (sixteen remaining squares) The “remaining squares“ (1-4, 7-10, 13-20) accommodate the garland-bearers and the abhiṣeka-elephants, as far as they are present. Single garland-bearers and garland-bearing couples appear within the corpus side by side (e.g. compare JID 113, JID 114). The various...
Posted: 10.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 15. Main figure and bhāmaṇḍala We distinguish in the case of the main figure (Jina figure) between three sets of peculiarities which overlap to some extent: anatomical peculiarities in general, rendering of the hair (morphology of the hair and morphology of the uṣṇīṣa), attributes (i.e. attributes in general). (i)...
Posted: 09.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 13. The attendant figures (squares 31-38) We distinguish between cāmara-bearers on images except those of the Uncouth Class, cāmara-bearers and other attendant figures in the Uncouth Class, and attendant figures other than cāmara-bearers as seen in a group of images outside the Uncouth Class. In principle, cāmara-bearers...
Posted: 08.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 11. Statistics (introduction) As we mentioned already in § 7, we are here concerned with the standing non-Pārśvas of the Early-Medieval Style at Deogarh. The idea of “statistics“ (i.e. motif-statistics) appears so simple that no justicifation or explication seems to be called for. We want to know whether the relevant...
Posted: 07.02.2012
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
The essay was published in Berliner Indologische Studien No. 2. 1986, pp. 133-174 . § 9. Review (I) The procedure in the present essay was largely guided by the premise that studies of this kind should be “systematic“ but that systematization in the strict acceptance of the term is impractical. There is, therefore, little mediation between our different concepts, as e.g. between “workshop“ and...

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