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Milogow360 20th July 2020 10:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Ren Ren
A bas-relief from the Borobudur temple complex
https://sillynewsboy.wordpress.com/2...tory/#more-839
Thanks to A. G. Maisey

You can see Elephants holding blades here as well. Gandhara art 1st-2nd+ Century AD.

Chinese monk Xuanzang mentions that emperor Harsha(7th century ad) had armored elephants with spurs attached to their tusks.

fernando 21st July 2020 12:36 PM

Great material. Just a pitty it didn't show up some 150 posts before in this tread :shrug: .

Ian 21st July 2020 01:33 PM

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Originally Posted by fernando
Great material. Just a pitty it didn't show up some 150 posts before in this tread :shrug: .

We didn't have Milogow360 back then. Ah well, better late than never. Thanks Milogow.

ariel 23rd July 2020 05:20 AM

It is a very interesting and informative reference that fully explains the " spur" from the Metropolitan shown by Jens in the very first post of this topic. Good job, Milogow360! Thanks!


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