south temple of this group liesaloui'-ariiied Bm'ahnia broken in pieces.
suri'Olinde(t by three snialter Bralirnas. hi the miortli temple, resembling
the south one in all respects, stood a \ishn ii image, between three
other images, the man-i ion, the \Vishnu, with his (~aLti Lakshnii, and
Of the lb ree opposite temples, the mu uktle one s the m.~rea test. Jn the
inner t'onmpartrnent, we see on the tell, Sacm'va upon a cam', and on the
right Ijand ra with ten horses.
Next to the destroyed north small inner temple, sits the t)oerga image.
t\VO feet high, and several hewn-
tint stones show the tornier (Ic-
com'ation of the outer walls.
l"roni here, ii avi ng toll owed the
ho i'd em' r~ tad bet\veen Soeraka rta
anti l)Iocia kam'Ia, aIl(t passed
through the dessat Ktoem'ak, we
turn to (tie right, and have he-
tore us the `tin ndi-Loenihong.
`l'he chief tern pie, in a square,
surrounded by sixteen smatter
huitdings, contains has-relict's re-
pI'esen Ii ng Ii te-sizeit men and
Continuing oum' ~vatk in a nor-
ltiem'n dim'eclion, we pass the
collapsed i'ont temmiple, Ijandi-
l~oehrali, and reacti the tamous
"`/`/ioizsaiul/erimp [es ~, /jmuufi -
woe. These ruins consist of a
large inner temple, surrounded
hv four rows of 2-tO smualtem' Ones.
The carthqu a ke of 1 ~di7 (`a used
the roof (If the pm'iiicipah tenmpic
to tall in, but the rich (tecora-
tions of' tIme outer walls W'Cl'e
not entirely destroyed, and con-
tain, among oIlier things, a representation of the goddess Cri, and
above tIme (`Inet cmitm'ant'e, a l~ala-liead.
`l'hic splendidly executed seI'icS of has-i'etiets in the corridors, give a
successive representation of the I lindoo-Mvthologv, particulars of which
have been descm'ibed t~r the Tjandi-flm'anihanan, h l)i'. (o'Onemuan, and
the ~nitiquities ni'am' the border of Soerakarta, by MT. \V. Vzerniami.
Font' roads, gutardeml by gigantic hneeling guards, lead to the toni'
en trances. Imi tIme m'ow' of side tern pies t here are still 25 l~udd ha i mnages
to he seen upon or near their om'iginal places.
What was expressed in the Rom'o-l3oedoer by galleries, is here repre-
sented hv the fourfold temple rows. En this respect the two pm'1 ncipat
monuments of ,Java have also rnumch in common.
i'our temples, placed at sonic mtistance ti'oni the gua m'd.s, a m'e entirely
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