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C. See p. 70. 11. Sacrificial goblet of King Gudea of Lagash, showing twined serpents and bird-monsters as door guardians; Sumer, c. C. ) See p. 73. 12. D. ) See p. 79. 13. D. ) See p. 77. 14. Krishna (Vishnu) conquering the Serpent Prince, Kāliya; Rājput painting, Kāngrā, late XVIII century. ) See p. 85. 15. C. See pp. 92, 103. 16. C. See p. 92. 17. D. ) See p. 110. 18. D. ) See p. 97. 19. C. (Indian Museum, Calcutta. ) See pp. 69, 70. 20. Prajñāpāramitā; Java, c. ) See p. 98. 21–23. C. ) See p.
It is the sap of field and forest, the blood coursing in the veins. The monster had appropriated the common benefit, massing his ambitious, selfish hulk between heaven and earth, but now was slain. The juices again were pouring. The titans were retreating to the underworlds; the gods were returning to the summit of the central mountain of the earth, there to reign from on high. During the period of the supremacy of the dragon, the majestic mansions of the lofty city of the gods had cracked and crumbled.
D. ) See p. 165. 51. D. ) See p. 182. 52. A member of Shiva’s “Howling Host”; Java, c. D. ) See p. 183. 53. D. See pp. 70, 183. 54. D. ) See p. 184. 55. D. ) See pp. 185 ff. 56. The Origin of the Goddess; from a late XVIII century manuscript of the Devī Māhātmya. ) See p. 191. 57. D. (Private collection of O. C. ) See p. 189. 58. D. ) See p. 196. 59. D. See p. 191. 60. Shiva and Pārvatī on Mount Kailāsa, Rāvana imprisoned beneath. D. ) See p. 197. 61. Shiva and Pārvatī; Rājput painting, Pahārī school, c.
A grammar of the Hebrew language by William Henry Green