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Photograph: IO List 1900, 1062 and 1478, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 304. E. Photograph: ASC, 1910– 1911, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 305. Horse rider on a column. E. Archaeological Museum, DG 4, Sarnath. Photograph: ASI DGA, 462, 1906–1907, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 306. Pair of horse riders on the southern gateway, outer view, of the Great Stupa, Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, c. , sandstone. Photograph: courtesy A. Kamphorst 307. Frieze with the Transport of the Buddha’s Relics.
Madhya Pradesh, 17th–18th century, painted sandstone. Archaeological Museum, Gwalior. Photograph: courtesy Ed Sentner 477. Fight Between Vali and the Demon. Kailashanatha temple or Cave 16, Ellora, Maharashtra, 8th–9th century, basalt. Photograph: courtesy Luc Seurin lx list of figures 478. Hanuman Captures Ravana. Sheshagirirayar, Shrirangam, Tamil Nadu, late 16th century, granite. Photograph: courtesy Byron Aihara 479. Hanuman Reads a Manuscript. Navabrindavanam, Anegundi, Karnataka, 14th–16th century.
State Museum, H83, Lucknow. Photograph: ASI, 1910– 1930, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands list of figures xxxiii The wild goats 198. The ibex (Capra sibrica) with its square horns. Diorama of the Field Museum for Natural History, Chicago. Photograph: A. van der Geer, courtesy The Field Museum, Chicago 199. The bezoar goat (Capra aegagrus) with its flattened horns. Diorama of the Natural History Museum of Crete, Heraklion, Crete, Greece. Photograph: A. van der Geer 200. The Nilgiri tahr (Hemitragus hylocrius) or Nilgiri ibex with its very small horns.