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The long curly hair and the roundels with pendant chains on either side of the crown are often found in representations of bodhisattvas and devotees produced in the Turfan area and in the Dunhuang region of northwestern China from the eighth through the ninth century.

Head, Stucco with traces of gilt and paint, China

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