Kim Chewon and Youn Moo-byong: KAM EUN SA. A Temple Site of the Silla Dynasty. Special Report of the National Museum II. Seoul, 1961. viii, 97 pp. Korean text, 20 pp. English summary. 25 maps, 60 plates, 54 figures. 32x25 cm. Cloth.
Scarce report of a excavation and study of Kameunsa Temple, a Korean temple of the late 7th century. The most exciting find was a bronze casket with four sculptured guardian gods, resembling figures on Turkestan wall paintings. Numbered edition of 700 copies. Discreet library stamp on frontpaper, otherwise very clean.
Item 364 in List 203.
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