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Elephant

900–950
Overall: 58 x 49 cm (22 13/16 x 19 5/16 in.)
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The Cham kingdom was located in present-day central Vietnam and was a powerful rival of the Khmer in Cambodia. During the time when this charming, naturalistic elephant sculpture was made, the Cham were actively absorbing stylistic elements from India.
Elephant

Elephant

900–950

Vietnam, Tra-Kieu, 1st half of 10th Century

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