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De Bodhgayā à Kukkuteśvara: La grotte-sanctuaire coréenne de Seokguram et les inspirations indiennes

Seokguram is probably the most renowned Buddhist monument in Korea. This cave sanctuary founded in the middle of the eighth century embodies the vision of the world and the sacred pantheon cherished by Silla Buddhists. In this process, it freely made use of diverse ideas and images that originated in India, and adapted them for the creation of a monument in an unprecedented form. This lecture will explore this remarkable monument in Korean Buddhism focusing on its relationship to Indian prototypes.
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Place, Power and People: Temple and City in Southeast Asia as a Cultural Region

The Buddhist arts of Myanmar, drawing in varied concepts of direction and boundary to sacred place, have developed a richly localized vocabulary over periods of both amalgamation and conflict. The late nineteenth century CE was one of the latter, when at the end of the Second Anglo-Burmese War British troops occupied the highly venerated Shwedagon pagoda. Nonetheless, or perhaps as a result, patronage flourished and new donations embellished religious spaces. In their contrasting worldviews and styles, the arts of this period illustrate the role of material culture in both reflecting and re-redefining the 'local' within wider processes of social change.
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