Hamse Nevāʾīخمسه نوائيÇaġatāy Türkçe

This is a Safavid illuminated and illustrated collection of the Ḫamse (quintet), written in Çaġatāy چغتائی (eastern Turkic), composed by the celebrated ʿAlī Šīr Nevāʾī 1501 CE, and inspired by the Persian Khamse of Niẓāmī and Amīr Khusraw Dihlavī. This copy dates to the sixteenth CE and has five double-page illustrations in the early Safavid court style. Walters 663 used for this project.
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Ferhād va Şīrīn - This is the right side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Khusraw being entertained in his court with wine and music.

Ferhād va Şīrīn - This is the right side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Khusraw being entertained in his court with wine and music.

Mecnūn va Leylā  - This is the right side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Leylā in her pavilion with her attendants.

Mecnūn va Leylā - This is the right side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Leylā in her pavilion with her attendants.

Iskendernāme - This is the left side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Alexander the Great (Iskender) in search of the fountain of life.

Iskendernāme - This is the left side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Alexander the Great (Iskender) in search of the fountain of life.

Ferhād va Şīrīn - This is the left side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Ferhād carrying Şīrīn and her dead horse on his shoulders.

Ferhād va Şīrīn - This is the left side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece depicting Ferhād carrying Şīrīn and her dead horse on his shoulders.

Ferhād va Şīrīn - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the second poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Ferhād va Şīrīn.

Ferhād va Şīrīn - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the second poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Ferhād va Şīrīn.

Mecnūn va Leylā -  This is the left side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece, depicting Mecnūn in the company of wild animals.

Mecnūn va Leylā - This is the left side of a double-page illustrated frontispiece, depicting Mecnūn in the company of wild animals.

Heşt bihişt  -  This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the fourth poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Heşt bihişt.

Heşt bihişt - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the fourth poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Heşt bihişt.

Iskendernāme - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the fifth poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Iskendernāme.

Iskendernāme - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the fifth poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Iskendernāme.

Ḫeyrāt ül-ebrār - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the first poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i ḫeyrāt ül-ebrār.

Ḫeyrāt ül-ebrār - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece introducing the first poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i ḫeyrāt ül-ebrār.

Mecnūn va Leylā -  This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece, introducing the third poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Mecnūn va Leylā.

Mecnūn va Leylā - This incipit page has an illuminated titlepiece, introducing the third poem of the Ḫamse, inscribed Kitāb-i Mecnūn va Leylā.


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