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Thousands of years of trade and invasion brought Buddhist monks into contact with merchants and nomadic peoples in Central Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India. This short video, produced in conjunction with the exhibition Buddhism along the Silk Road: 5th–8th Century, shows how these interactions occurred.
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Case (Inrō) with Design of Boats, Waves and Reeds (Tale of Genji)
Case (Inrō) with Design of Deity of Longevity (Jurōjin) (obverse); Boy Offering a Tortoise (reverse)
Case (Inrō) with Design of Imperial Cart and Flying Herons (obverse); Court Carriage and Flying Herons (reverse)
Case (Inrō) in the Shape of an Ink Stick with Design of God of Longevity (Jurōjin), Reading beneath a Star Constellation (obverse);Twelve-Character Inscription (reverse)
Case (Inrō) with Design of Bugaku Hat (obverseI; Shō Flute and Cymbals (reverse)
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