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A deer being shot by an arrow through its jaw.

A deer being shot by an arrow through its jaw.

Collections record: MAR.O.144-1912

A deer being shot by an arrow through its jaw.

This is part of the story of Rokusonno (died in 961); on one occasion he saved the Emperor Shujaku by shooting a monstrous stag which threatened to leap upon him

Bequeathed by Charles Brinsley Marlay

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