A drum pilaster carved in limestone ('Palnad marble') with the First Sermon (empty throne below a long pillar surmounted by a dharmacakra and flanked by worshippers along its entire length); the throne is flanked by a pair of seated deer and at its base is a fiery pillar surmounted by a triratna.

An00023400 001 l

Thing

Made Of
limestone
Type of Thing
pilaster
Subject
devotee/worshipper, buddha
Techniques
carved

People

Acquired From
Elliot, Walter to The British Museum
Depicted
Sakyamuni
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Elliot, Walter

Place

Found In
Amaravati
Made In
Amaravati

Time

Acquired In
1882
Related Event
First Sermon of the Buddha
Made
3rdC

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