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Pair of Shrine Doors Depicting Brahmâ (Bonten) Deva of the Sky and Indra (Taishakuten) Deva of the East, Two of the Twelve Deva Kings (Jūniten) with Attendants

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Department of Asian Art Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum Gift of Charles Bain Hoyt
Title: Pair of Shrine Doors Depicting Brahmâ (Bonten) Deva of the Sky and Indra (Taishakuten) Deva of the East, Two of the Twelve Deva Kings (Jūniten) with Attendants
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