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Musicians playing large drums and cymbals, and spectators sitting around the edge of a wall facing figures in the centre, at the dances at Tenjoling. The figure seated in the centre is wearing an elaborately decorated robe, and headdress.
- Length: 20 centimetres
- Width: 25.5 centimetres
Inscription Content"G75" on back
BM Ref.No OA 1933.5-8.38a, OA 1933.5-8.38b Telescopic Trumpets, trim of copper with brass fittings. Tibet 19thC. BM Ref.No OA 1894.3-10.78 Pair of Cymbals of bronze with leather and cloth fittings. Tibet 19thC.
- Topographic representation of: Tenjoling Monastery
- (Asia,China,Tibet (autonomous region),Tenjoling Monastery)
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Object reference number: RPA469
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