Buddha head at Wat Mahathat

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Kim Martins
by Alex Kovacheva
published on 26 April 2020
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Buddha head at Wat Mahathat

Buddha head at Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya Historical Park, Thailand. Wat Mahathat is called the Monastery of the Great Relic and was built during the reign of two kings: Borommaracha I (r. 1370-1388) and King Ramesuan (r. 1388-1395). The Buddha head is at the base of a fig tree and entwined in its roots. Photo taken in 2013 CE.

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Kovacheva, A. (2020, April 26). Buddha head at Wat Mahathat. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/12127/

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