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Yama_2 Field Museum of Natural History

Yama (Buddhism and Chinese mythology), the Lord of Death, is revered in Tibet as a guardian of spiritual practice, and was likely revered even before the conversion of Tibet from Bön to Buddhism in the 7th century. The idol is wood, painted, over 4 feet high. Human skulls and heads festoon the crown and necklace of Yama.
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