5 December 2006
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[MANUSCRIPT]. Palm-leaf manuscript bound between polychromed wooden boards. Brahmayn Suttam. India, c. 17th/18th century
525 x 55 mm. Comprised of 47 palm leaves on which the Brahmanic discoursed have been inscribed and inked in Pali text on recto and verso, with space reseved for two binding holes, the first leaf with text bounded by conical and circular motifs, the boards polycrhomed on the exterior with a floral vine motif. Overall in good condition.
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