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14th century Qur'an stand

14th century Qur'an stand

Album Page Iran dated 1121 AH (1709–10 AD) signed by Ahmad Nayrizi (2 pieces) ink, gold and opaque watercolour on paper; mounted on card written in naskh and shikastah scripts 35.6 x 20.9cm Khalili Collections

Album Page Iran dated 1121 AH (1709–10 AD) signed by Ahmad Nayrizi (2 pieces) ink, gold and opaque watercolour on paper; mounted on card written in naskh and shikastah scripts 35.6 x 20.9cm Khalili Collections

بسملة بالخط السنبلي

بسملة بالخط السنبلي

ياقوت المستعصمي

ياقوت المستعصمي

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خط كوفي Calligraphie arabe..ancien koufi

خط كوفي Calligraphie arabe..ancien koufi

A LARGE EASTERN KUFIC QUR'AN LEAF, INK AND GOLD ON PAPER, SELJUK PERSIA, 11TH CENTURY

A LARGE EASTERN KUFIC QUR'AN LEAF, INK AND GOLD ON PAPER, SELJUK PERSIA, 11TH CENTURY

Kufic Script

Kufic Script

Iran, 11th century. Written in Eastern Kufic (formerly called Karmathian Kufic), Sura s4:end of verse 3 5-verse 39. Ink, colors, and gold on paper. 91/2x 135/16 in. (24.1 x 33.85 cm). Rogers Fund, 1940 (40.164. sr)

Iran, 11th century. Written in Eastern Kufic (formerly called Karmathian Kufic), Sura s4:end of verse 3 5-verse 39. Ink, colors, and gold on paper. 91/2x 135/16 in. (24.1 x 33.85 cm). Rogers Fund, 1940 (40.164. sr)

leaf fro Qur'an late 11th or 12th century Iran or Afghanistan in eastern kufic

leaf fro Qur'an late 11th or 12th century Iran or Afghanistan in eastern kufic

Kufi

Kufi

sufi poem

sufi poem

This fragment contains the surah al-Fatihah (the Opening), and al-Baqarah (the Cow). The script is remarkable for its size, each line being roughly 4 cm high. Iran. Later 11th century. Kufic script. Courtesy of the Nasser D Khalili Collection of Islamic Art.

This fragment contains the surah al-Fatihah (the Opening), and al-Baqarah (the Cow). The script is remarkable for its size, each line being roughly 4 cm high. Iran. Later 11th century. Kufic script. Courtesy of the Nasser D Khalili Collection of Islamic Art.

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