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LADLE-BEARER TO THE JANISSARIES.   Ottoman Empire in 1800.

LADLE-BEARER TO THE JANISSARIES. Ottoman Empire in 1800.

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Muhammad Nadir Samarcandi. Merchants pulling Yussuf out of the well. Album of Indian and Persian miniatures. MS SPL, Dorn 489. 1616. Kashmir

Muhammad Nadir Samarcandi. Merchants pulling Yussuf out of the well. Album of Indian and Persian miniatures. MS SPL, Dorn 489. 1616. Kashmir

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Ottoman Empire Costume in 1800. A DOMESTIC. BELONGING TO THE GRAND VIZIER.

Ottoman Empire Costume in 1800. A DOMESTIC. BELONGING TO THE GRAND VIZIER.

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Gazan-Khan gives a feast for the notables in his tent in Urjann. Masud ibn Osman-i Kukhistani. “History of Abul-Khair-Khan”. IOS AS Usbek SSR. MS 9989, f. 1373. The 1540s. Samarkand

Gazan-Khan gives a feast for the notables in his tent in Urjann. Masud ibn Osman-i Kukhistani. “History of Abul-Khair-Khan”. IOS AS Usbek SSR. MS 9989, f. 1373. The 1540s. Samarkand

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copy of a 17th C. Mughal painting of Jahangir shooting Malik Ambar through the head. Malik began life as a slave in India. He was freed when his owner died. He became the most prominent African to rule over non-Africans when in 1560 he took over the Nizam Shahi kingdom in Deccani India. He built cities, formed a revenue system that lasted until Indian independence, was a great general, and successful at guerrilla warfare."    Freer Gallery of Art, D.C.

copy of a 17th C. Mughal painting of Jahangir shooting Malik Ambar through the head. Malik began life as a slave in India. He was freed when his owner died. He became the most prominent African to rule over non-Africans when in 1560 he took over the Nizam Shahi kingdom in Deccani India. He built cities, formed a revenue system that lasted until Indian independence, was a great general, and successful at guerrilla warfare." Freer Gallery of Art, D.C.

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Caravan of Pilgrims traveling to Mecca,  al-Wasiti, Yahya ben Mahmud Al-Hariri's Maqamat, Baghdad, 1237, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

Caravan of Pilgrims traveling to Mecca, al-Wasiti, Yahya ben Mahmud Al-Hariri's Maqamat, Baghdad, 1237, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

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Fortune's Wheel, Guillaume de Marchaut, Paris end of the 14thc

Fortune's Wheel, Guillaume de Marchaut, Paris end of the 14thc

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