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Van der Geer 446. Shala Fighting the Lion. Chennakeshava temple, Belur, Karnataka, c. 1117, soapstone. Photograph: Gerard Foekema, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 447. Shala Fighting the Lion as bracket figure at the south side of the navaranga of the Nageshvara temple at Mosale, Karnataka, c. 1200, soapstone. Photograph: Gerard Foekema, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 448. Rearing leonine yalis or vyalas attacking a warrior. Left: bracket figure from Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, 10th–13th century.
Bharhut, Madhya Pradesh, c. , sandstone. Photograph: ASI, 1909–1910, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 229. The Dream of Queen Maya. Greater Gandhara, 2nd–3rd century. Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Berlin, Germany. Photograph: A. van der Geer 230. The Dream of Queen Maya. Sikri, Pakistan, mid-1st–4th century, schist. Central Museum, Lahore. Photograph: ASI, 1900–1920, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 231. The Dream of Queen Maya. Stupa 9, Nagarjunakonda, Andhra Pradesh, 3rd–4th century, limestone.
Panel C1 of stupa 3, Nagarjunakonda, Andhra Pradesh, 3rd century, limestone. Site Museum, Nagarjunakonda. Photograph: ASI SC, B561, 1929–1931, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands 488. Colossal zoomorphic Varaha statue at Eran, Madhya Pradesh, c. 490 or 510, sandstone. Photograph: ASI DGA, 25, 1909–1910, courtesy Kern Institute, Leiden, the Netherlands list of figures lxi 489.