Khyung amulet/amulette représentant un khyung

11th century, Tibet, 'togchag' (amulet) representing a mythical creature known as 'khyung' (holding a snake across its mouth)

11th century, Tibet, ‘togchag’ (amulet) representing a garuda. This mythical creature which holds a snake across its mouth is known as ‘khyung’ in Tibet. At the Ashmolean Museum (UK)

11e siècle, Tibet, togchag représentant un garuda. Cette créature mythique, qui tient un serpent dans sa gueule, est connue sous le nom de khyung au Tibet. Se trouve à l’Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (Royaume-Uni).

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