Seller: epm1414 (611) 100%, Location: Charlemont, Massachusetts, Ships to: US, Item: 201727636876 Antique terracotta Man with part of his body fragment. This is another listing from a very large and great Antique Indonesian Javanese Majapahit Terracotta collection that was formed by my father when we lived in Indonesian during the 1950's. The collection numbers in the hundreds ranging from common heads to architectural fragments and rare animals. All pieces are authentic and date from 13thc to 16thc. I invite all serious collectors to take notice of this unique collecting opportunity. Condition: good antique condition. Size: about 2 1/2" by 2 1/4" by 3"H Below is some information about the Majapahit The Majapahit empire was the last of the major Hindu empires of the Malay archipelago and is considered one of the greatest states in Indonesian history. Majapahit society developed a high degree of sophistication in both commercial and artistic activities. Its capital was inhabited by a cosmopolitan population among whom literature and art flourished. It had a thriving cash economy, based on rice cultivation and trade, which supported a wide variety of industries and professions. Around 1527 it succumbed to the Sultanate of Demak. For Indonesians in later centuries, Majapahit became a symbol of past greatness, and has been evoked by numerous political entities, including the Islamic sultanates of Demak, Pajang, and Mataram, various Central Javanese dynasties, the Indonesian National Revival and the Communist Party of Indonesia as a symbol of power and legitimacy.