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Painting scrolls on the Mongol invasions (Japanese: Mooko shuurai e-kotoba), by Fukuda Taika, 1846 (copy of a 1293 work by an unknown artist). Ink and water colors on paper. Height 47 cm, length of the whole scrolls is 12.12 m (scroll 2) and 11.96 m (scroll 4). Tokyo National Museum, Inv. no. A-1637. The scrolls deal with the deeds of Takezaki Suenaga, who lived in southern Higo (now Matsubase municipality, Kumamoto prefecture) during the Mongol invasions of 1274 and 1281. See also Image:MokoShuraiE-Kotoba_I.jpg, Image:MokoShuraiE-Kotoba_II.jpg, and Image:MokoShuraiE-Kotoba_III.jpg.

Date 1846
Source Dschingis Khan und seine Erben (exhibition catalogue), München 2005, p. 335
Author Fukuda Taika / (of the reproduction) Tokyo National Museum


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