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[The thirty-seven nats] 33. Myaukret Shinmá nat. 34. Anauk Míbayá nat.

Image ID: 75367

[The thirty-seven nats] 33. Myaukret Shinmá nat. 34. Anauk Míbayá nat. (1906)

Image Details

Image Title

:  [The thirty-seven nats] 33. Myaukret Shinmá nat. 34. Anauk Míbayá nat.

Additional Name(s)

: Griggs, William, 1832-1911 -- Printer Of plates
Temple, Richard Carnac, Sir, 1850-1931 -- Writer of accompanying material

Medium

: chromolithograph

Item Physical Description

: Two images on one 37.5 x 26.5 cm page. (Coloured)

Item/Page/Plate

: [17] opp.p. I

Notes

: No. 33. Myaukpet Shinmá Nat. She was the wife of Minyé Théngáthú, the keeper of the king's golden umbrella. She died in childbirth near Sagaing, on her way to visit her parents, and her child, a boy, was taken to his father at Tonghoo, and became King Mingaung on the death of King Tabin Shwédí. On his own death he, too, became a Nat. This Nat is represented as a young girl, but also as an old woman, kneeling in Court dress on a lotus throne ....
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Source

: The thirty-seven nats, a phase of spirit-worship prevailing in Burma, by Sir R. C. Temple. With full-page and other illustrations.

Source Description

: vi, 71 p. illus. (part col.) plates (part col.) 2 maps. 38 cm

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Asian and Middle Eastern Division

Catalog Call Number

: *OY++ (Temple, R.C. Thirty-seven nats) (Locked Cage)

Digital ID

: 75367

Record ID

: 131164

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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