File:History of the Kegon Sect.jpg

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Kegon engi emaki  wikidata:Q3443330 
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Kegon engi emaki
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Object type emakimono
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English: History of the Kegon Sect (紙本著色華厳宗祖師絵伝, shihon chakushoku Kegonshū soshi eden) or Kegon engi (華厳縁起) scroll three(detail). Located at Kōzan-ji. One of six handscrolls (Emakimono). Color on paper. The set of handscrolls has been designate as National Treasure of Japan in the category paintings.
Date 13th century
Source/Photographer Kyoto National Museum


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