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Korea
late 11th–early 12th century
Shōren’in Sonchō Hosshinnō 青蓮院尊朝法親王
late 16th century
Russian
ca. 1790
Northwest China
13th–10th century BCE
Okuda Eisen
18th century
probably 10th century
Paul Binnie
ca. July 2006
Katsukawa Shunsen
1786
China
15th–16th century
Sasanian
ca. 3rd–7th century CE
Totoya Hokkei
1816
Indian
ca. 1950
Chinese
18th–19th century
Cypriot
ca. 800–700 BCE
Nepal (Kathmandu Valley)
15th century
Tibet (Central Asia?)
12th–19th century
Japanese
ca. 1615–1868
Unidentified artist
1816
Japanese
ca. 1615–1868
Sasanian
ca. 3rd–7th century CE
8th–9th century
Thailand
300 BCE–CE 400
Japan
early 18th century
China
17th–18th century
Japanese
late 18th–early 19th century
Japan
18th–19th century
Indonesia (Java, Lumajang, Pasiran)
500 BCE–300 CE
Watanabe Seitei
ca. 1887
Katsushika Hokusai
1912 edition
China or Japan
18th century
Shi Lu
dated 1960
Indian
19th century
Cheng An
1782, 2nd edition
Ingen Ryūki 隠元隆琦 (Ch. Yinyuan Longqi)
1660s
Asmat people
mid-20th century
18th century
Korea
14th–15th century
Japan
18th century
Tadahiro (second generation)
sword (katana) blade, dated 1636; short sword (wakizashi) blade, early 17th century; mountings, late 18th–early 19th century