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Volume 3 – Number 7

Jul 1972

Haniwa Sculpture
Living in Zen
Corregidor Island
Chinese Archaeology
Secret War in Laos

Cover. A monumental haniwa sculpture from the outstanding collection owned by the Peabody Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. This figure possibly represents a female shaman, or priestess. She wears the mortarboard coiffure typical of the Old Tomb period of Japan between the third and sixth centuries A.D. Modeling is strong and elemental. The sculpture has broken off above the waist from the clay ring that supports it. Photographed by Mark Sexton.

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