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Srivijaya Art : The Srivijaya kingdom is believed to have thrived in Sumatra between the 8th - 13th centuries AD.

Srivijaya Art : The Srivijaya kingdom is believed to have thrived in Sumatra between the 8th - 13th centuries AD.

Nanbokuchô period (1336–92) 13th–14th century, Japan / Wood with lacquer and gold-leaf decoration; inlaid crystal eyes

Nanbokuchô period (1336–92) 13th–14th century, Japan / Wood with lacquer and gold-leaf decoration; inlaid crystal eyes

Dvaravati Art : Dvaravati (Land of Buddhism) refers to the kingdom situated in the Chao Phraya river basin between the 7th and 11th centuries AD.

Dvaravati Art : Dvaravati (Land of Buddhism) refers to the kingdom situated in the Chao Phraya river basin between the 7th and 11th centuries AD.

Chiang Saen - Lanna Art : refers to objects found in Northern Thailand dating between 11th or 13th - 18th centuries AD.

Chiang Saen - Lanna Art : refers to objects found in Northern Thailand dating between 11th or 13th - 18th centuries AD.

Ayutthaya Art : The Ayutthaya period began when King Ramathibodi I (King U Thong) established Ayutthaya as a capital city in the 15th century AD. The city survived until its second defeat in the 18th century AD at the hands of the Burmese.

Ayutthaya Art : The Ayutthaya period began when King Ramathibodi I (King U Thong) established Ayutthaya as a capital city in the 15th century AD. The city survived until its second defeat in the 18th century AD at the hands of the Burmese.

U Thong Art : originated in the Central region of Thailand between the 12th - 15th centuries AD

U Thong Art : originated in the Central region of Thailand between the 12th - 15th centuries AD

Lopburi Art : widely found in the Central, East, and the Northeast of Thailand. It can be dated around the 11th to 13th centuries AD.

Lopburi Art : widely found in the Central, East, and the Northeast of Thailand. It can be dated around the 11th to 13th centuries AD.

Chiang Saen - Lanna Art

Chiang Saen - Lanna Art

Votive Plaque: Seated Buddha in a Temple, ca. 9th–10th century

Votive Plaque: Seated Buddha in a Temple, ca. 9th–10th century

Sukhothai Art : In the 14th century AD, King Sri Indrathit declared Sukhothai's liberation from the Khmer and adopted a form of Buddhism based on the Sri Lankan School.

Sukhothai Art : In the 14th century AD, King Sri Indrathit declared Sukhothai's liberation from the Khmer and adopted a form of Buddhism based on the Sri Lankan School.

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