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Devimahatmya MS in Sanskrit on palm-leaf, Bihar or Nepal, 11th c., 32 ff., 5x31 cm, 2 columns, (3x27 cm), 5 lines in an early Bhujimol script, borders marked with double lines with orange pigmentation between lines, 1 miniature in text. Binding: Nepal, 11th c., carved wooden covers, decorated with 10 miniatures, poti with hole for the binding cord. Provenance: 1. Monastery in Nepal (ca. 11th c.-); 2. Sam Fogg cat. 17(1996):40.

Date (1996)
Source Commentary: The Devimahatmya cropped from http://www.nb.no/baser/schoyen/5/5.20/ms2174.jpg; taken from: w:en:Image:Devimahatmya Sanskrit MS Nepal 11c.jpg
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we are all subject to the sinimimi language and those chosen will see the kingdom of heaven now lets pray we are this day in great array of the life of our heavenly mother Mariam whom is on the earth to all whom hear her words we are many in body and many in spirit we shall all see her again though we are many we all break bread and share in thy holy name.

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