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017616

Plaque showing the facade of the royal palace. Plaques may be seen attached to the pillars that support the palace roof. They appear to have been made in matching pairs and are shown in such detail that some actual plaques can be readily identified. Behind the main figures are two brass leopards and the stone axe heads that are kept on altars. Attached to the roof of the tower is a large brass python.

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Plaque showing the facade of the royal palace.  Plaques may be seen attached to the pillars that support the palace roof.  They appear to have been made in matching pairs and are shown in such detail that some actual plaques can be readily identified.  Behind the main figures are two brass leopards and the stone axe heads that are kept on altars.  Attached to the roof of the tower is a large brass python.