Japanese Haniwa Terracotta Head of a Warrior
Haniwa figures are terracotta funerary figures that accompanied the dead buried in early Japan, from the 3rd century to the 8th century. These figures could have been effigies, horses, houses, or other kinds of offerings like animals, boats, or simple cylinders.
- 6th century AD
- 11 1/2" h x 6" w x 4" d
- 29.2cm h x 15.2cm w x 10.2cm d
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