Left-Hand Page of a Double-Page Illumination with Text from an Unidentified Manuscript :: Iran :: circa 1550 :: Manuscript Illumination; Calligraphy; Bookmanuscriptalbum, Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper, 11 18 x 14 78 in. (28.2 x 37.8 cm)

Left-Hand Page of a Double-Page Illumination with Text from an Unidentified Manuscript :: Iran :: circa 1550 :: Manuscript Illumination; Bookmanuscriptalbum, Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper, 11 18 x 14 78 in.

Illuminated Frontispiece of a Bustan of Sa`di Sultan Muhammad Nur (ca. 1472–ca. 1536) Object Name: Illustrated manuscript Date: dated A.H. 920/ A.D. 1514 Geography: present-day Uzbekistan, probably Bukhara; present-day Afghanistan, Herat Medium: Folio: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Binding: Leather Dimensions: Manuscript: H. 11 in. (28 cm) W. 7 5/16 in. (18.6 cm) D. 1 1/4 in. (3.2 cm) @metmuseum

Illuminated Frontispiece of a Bustan of Sa`di Sultan Muhammad Nur (ca. Illustrated manuscript Date: dated A. 1514 Geography: present-day Uzbekistan, probably Bukhara; present-day Afghanistan, Herat

Illuminated Manuscript Koran, Left side of a double-page illumination beginning chapter 78, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.562, fol.3a by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts,

Illuminated Manuscript Koran, Left side of a double-page illumination beginning chapter Walters Art Museum Ms. by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts,

Marriage certificate of the last Mughal ruler, Bahadur Shah II (r. 1837-57) to Zinat Mahal Begam, on 18 November 1840. Details In this kabin-nama, marriage contract, bridegroom agreed to pay a kabin (jointure or settlement) of 1,500,000 current rupees, of which one-third is to be paid immediately and two-thirds at any time during their married life, and that the marriage took place in the presence of two free, adult and righteous witnesses.

Marriage certificate of the last Mughal ruler, Bahadur Shah II (r. to Zinat Mahal Begam, on 18 November

Arabic Calligraphy, Masters, Arabic Handwriting, Master's Degree, Arabic Calligraphy Art

Qur'an of Ibrahim Sultan Date: dated A.H. 830/A.D. 1427 Geography: Iran, probably Shiraz Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions: H. 8 1/8 in. (20.6 cm) W. 5 3/4 in. (14.6 cm) Spine: 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art 13.228.1

Qur'an of Ibrahim Sultan Date: dated A. 1427 Geography: Iran, probably Shiraz Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions: H. cm) Spine: 1 in. cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Türk,Osmanlı ve İslam dönemi hattatlar Ansiklopedisi: Hattat Elhac Ahmed efendi Yeniçeri

Türk,Osmanlı ve İslam dönemi hattatlar Ansiklopedisi: Hattat Elhac Ahmed efendi Yeniçeri

Beautifully illuminated volume contains Surat 1 Al-Fatihah (The Opening), with the first verses only here - the opening Bishmillah on the right, and on the left the first verse: "Praise be to God lord sustainer of the worlds." (Michael Sells trans.) Also (not pictured here) suras: An‘am (6), Kahf (18), Saba’ (24) & Mala’ikah (35) aka Fatir. Fatiha here on a ground of feathery spiral scrolls, panels above & below. Iran, probably Safavid Shiraz, 16th century AD. (Audrey Shabbas)

The opening spread of this Koran is richly illuminated, with the first two lines of the surah al-Fatihah (the Opening). Iran, probably Shiraz. Thuluth, naskh and kufic scripts. Courtesy of the Nasser D Khalili Collection of Islamic Art.

Wide copyright david collection copenhagen 5 2004 koran web

Leaf from a Koran with a vertical format, written in eastern Kufi Iran or Iraq;

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