distance, the most elaborate modelling could scarcely have produced the desired effect more completely. This old work, slight as it is sometimes, is the rough bold sketch of the accomplished artist. On the ruined wTalls and doorways of the Sembyo-Koo are seen beautiful examples of flamboyant enrichments of the plaster. In some of the earlier buildings the mouldings and decorations are truly classical in character.
RUINS OF THE SEMBYO-KOO TEMPLE, after Yule.
The Dhamayangyee temple was built about 115 3 a.d., and is a splendid pile. As the plaster has fallen away, the details of construction are here more apparent, and architects have expressed unfeigned admiration at the perfection of the brick arches. The Thein-ma-het contains a number of paintings of large pictures on the w^alls.
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