Pinax

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Pi´nax


n.1.A tablet; a register; hence, a list or scheme inscribed on a tablet.
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In 573, a man named Wang Lingwei commissioned the carving of a Buddhist votive tablet or stele to secure blessings for his family, including two deceased sons.
On temple wall My votive tablet proves to all That Neptune earned his fee - These dripping clothes - from me.
tall on a small clay votive tablet from Thailand stylistic connections with sculptures almost two meters tall.
This is manifested by the remains of more than sixty Buddhist temples in the old walled town, as well as a fairly large number of related artifacts like Buddha images, votive tablets and boundary stones.