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Ban Phan Doong Stone Inscription
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Why this is a
Masterpiece

The inscription refers to Phra Sri Wat Sa who donated a Harihara (half Vishnu and Shiva) sculpture at the mountain for the hermitage and who also provided goods and people for it. Importantly, the last phrase referred to the creation of the Phra Sukata Prathima sculpture(พระสุคตประติมา) and indicated its creation time; Saturday, 1372 B.E.(829 A.D.)

History of the Object
These stones were used to record important historical events. It dates from the Dvaravati Art Period.

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Type
Inscription stones 
Materials
sandstone 
Measurements
Width 75 cm. Height 62 cm.  
Creator name
Unknown 
Creator date
Unknown 
Where it was made
Ban Phan Doong, Kham Talay Sor District, Nakhon Ratchasima province, Thailand 
Geography
Thailand 
Time period
AD 9th century ~ AD 9th century 
Creation date
9th Century; 829 
Function
It was used to record historical events. 
Acquisition
Found at Ban Phan Doong, Kham Talay Sor District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, and transferred to Maha Viravong National Museum in 1987 
Copyright
Maha Viravong National Museum 
Acknowledgements
 
Owner
The State of Thailand 
Museum
Maha Viravong National Museum 
Credit line
 

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