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The Seated Buddha statue of the Northern Qi Dynasty (550-577 A.D.) Zhang, Yi

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The Seated Buddha with two legs down was unearthed from the pit of Beiwu Village (Beiwuzhuang 北吳莊) in Handan, Hebei Province, in 2012. It was created in the Northern Qi Dynasty, and is currently preserved at Yecheng Buddhist Statues Museum (鄴城佛造像博物館). The Buddha was wearing a kasaya only draped over its left shoulder, and its left upper arm and right arms were lost.

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