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Tuti-nama: The cat attacks the mice which disturb the lion (Tale XV)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Date CreatedApril, 1978
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Tuti-nama: The creatures of the sea are asked by the king of the Ocean to take a message to the Brahmin (Tale XI)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The daughter of the king of jinns bows before the King of Kings who has just undergone the ordeal of passing through boiling oil to emerge as a youth (Tale VII)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The deceitful wife assaults her erring husband (Tale VIII)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The destitute Mukhtar meets his wife Maimuna at a holy shrine (Tale XXV)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The donkey in tiger's skin, reveals his identity by braying aloud (Tale XXXI) - attributed to Basawan

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The four destitute friends go to a wise man who gives each one of them a magic shell to be placed on top of the turban (Tale XLVII)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The fourth man digs at the spot where he dropped the shell, expecting jewels, but discovering mere iron (Tale XLVII)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The goldsmith and the carpenter inform the king of a dream in which the golden images plan to desert the city for lack of worshippers (Tale III)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The goldsmith judged - the bear cubs trained by the carpenter behave as though they were his sons (Tale III)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The hunter offers the mother parrot to the king of Kamapura (Tale V) - attributed to Basawan

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The hunter throws away the baby parrots, who pretend to be dead, and captures the mother (Tale V) - attributed to Basawan

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The husband berates his wife for purchasing gravel instead of sugar (Tale VIII)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The invention of musical instruments from the intestines of the monkey (Tale XIV)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The king of the Ocean assuming human form betakes himself to the Brahmin's house to be taken to the Raja (Tale XI)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The king plucks fruit from the Tree of Life with his own hands and feeds it to a lady (Tale IX) - attributed to Suraju

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The lion disturbed by mice who eat the food trapped in his aging teeth (Tale XV)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The lion, suspecting treachery on the part of the monkey, slays him and flees (Tale XXIX)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The lover of Hamnaz, who has been hanged from the gallows, bites off her nose when she kisses him (Tale XXV)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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Tuti-nama: The merchant hears of his wife's unfaithfulness (above), the unfaithful wife performs penance by plucking her hair (below) (Tale I)

Author(s)Cleveland Museum of Art; Photographer: Basham, Arthur Llewellyn
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