File:Inscription on the halo of the statue of Bhaisajyaguru.jpg

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日本語: 法隆寺薬師佛光背銘  高約27cm 幅約12cm
English: Inscription on the halo of the statue of Bhaisajyaguru in Hōryū-ji Temple. about 27cm height, 12cm wide
Date
日本語: 昭和6年11月5日発行
English: Published on November 5, 1931
Source
日本語: 東洋美術特輯  日本美術史 第2冊、, 奈良
English: ASUKAYEN, HISTOIRE DES BEAUX-ARTS JAPONAIS, TOYO-BIZYUTU, n. SPECIAL 2e. 1931,Oct., Nara, Japan
Author
日本語: 飛鳥園
English: ASUKAYEN


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current23:38, 22 February 2008Thumbnail for version as of 23:38, 22 February 2008628 × 936 (145 KB)ReijiYamashina (talk | contribs)I correct a mistake. The former image is the inscription of Shakamuni Budda Triad, Horyuji
14:24, 21 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 14:24, 21 May 20071,293 × 1,299 (386 KB)Amagase (talk | contribs){{Information |Description={{ja|法隆寺薬師佛光背銘}}{{en|Inscription on the halo of the statue of Bhaisajyaguru in Hōryū-ji Temple.}} |Source={{ja|和様書道史}}{{en|History of Japanese Calligraphy}} |Date={{ja|昭和9年12月22日発行}}{{
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