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This model represents Matsya (fish in Sanskrit), who in Hindu mythology was the first avatar of the god Vishnu according to the Garudapuraṇá and the tenth according to the Bhāgavatapuraṇá. The original is in the British Museum and is a sculpted sandstone slab where the shape of a fish occupies the central terrain. His qualities as a savior are suggested by the shrine he carries on his back, which he has rescued from the waters. This work was made in the 9th or 10th centuries AD. The work was photogrammetrized by Artmonite during a trip to London in 2023.

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