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Jinge Si (金閣寺) stele Baycroft, Anne; Bass, Emma; Mitchell, Maggie

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A number of Chinese language engraved plaques surround the exterior walls of Jinge Temple's main hall. The temple was originally constructed during the Tang Dynasty and reconstructed again in the Ming Dynasty. Jinge Temple is located in between the Central and Northern peaks of Mount Wutai. The temple is associated with the Bodhisattva Mañjuśrī. Images include: Temple description in English, Chinese, and Korean located at temple entrance [1176]. Engraved Chinese plaques located on outer wall of Jinge Temple's main hall [1177]. Engraved plaques located on outer wall of Jinge Temple's main hall [1178]. Engraved plaques located on outer wall of Jinge Temple's main hall [1179]. Freestanding Qing Dynasty stele surrounding main hall [1180]. Qing Dynasty stele [1181]. Qing Dynasty stele [1182]. Qing Dynasty stele [1183]. PRC era Stele, commissioned 1999 [1184]. PRC era Stele, commissioned 1999 [1185]. PRC era Stele [1186].

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