Timurid Empire

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The Timurid dynasty (Persian: تیموریان‎), self-designated Gurkānī (Persian: گوركانى‎), was a Persianate, Sunni Muslim dynasty of Turco-Mongol lineage which ruled over modern-day Iran, Afghanistan, much of Central Asia, as well as parts of contemporary Pakistan, India, Mesopotamia, Anatolia and the Caucasus. The dynasty was founded by Timur (Tamerlane) in the 14th century.

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A Timurid cuerda seca pottery Tile Uzbekistan, late early Century Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Holly Blue, Ceramic Mosaic Tile, Antique Tiles, Modern Artwork, Glazes For Pottery, Mosaic Patterns, Tile Art

A Timurid cuerda seca pottery Tile Uzbekistan, late 14th/ early 15th Century

A Timurid cuerda seca pottery Tile Uzbekistan, late 14th/ early 15th Century of square form, decorated in cobalt blue, turquoise, green, white and black with an eight-petalled rosette, each petal containing a palmette 35 x 33.5cm

The Battle of Ankara fought on 20 July between the forces of the Ottoman sultan Bayezid I and the Turko-Mongol forces of Timur,The battle was a major victory for Timur Timurid Empire, Golden Horde, Ottoman Turks, Mughal Paintings, Ottoman Empire, Illuminated Manuscript, Indian Art, Illustration, Miniatures

The Battle of Ankara or Battle of Angora, fought on 20 July 1402, took place at the field of Çubuk (near Ankara) between the forces of the Ottoman sultan Bayezid I and the Turko-Mongol forces of Timur, ruler of the Timurid Empire. The battle was a major victory for Timur, and it led to a period of crisis for the Ottoman Empire (the Ottoman Interregnum).

A Timurid underglaze-painted hexagonal pottery Tile Persia, second half of the Century of hexagonal form, decorated in green and black with palmettes and split palmettes on a ground of scrolling floral vines terminating in half palmettes cm. William Morris, Tile Art, Mosaic Art, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Timurid Empire, Islamic Tiles, Ceramic Fiber, Islamic Art Pattern

A Timurid underglaze-painted hexagonal pottery Tile Persia, second half of the 15th Century

A Timurid underglaze-painted hexagonal pottery Tile Persia, second half of the 15th Century of hexagonal form, decorated in green and black with palmettes and split palmettes on a ground of scrolling floral vines terminating in half palmettes 15.5 cm. max. diam.

Founded in the century B. as ancient Afrasiab, Samarkand had its most significant development in the Timurid period from the to the centuries. The major monuments include the Registan Mosque and madrasas, Bibi-Khanum Mosque, the Shakhi-Zin Places To Travel, Places To See, Travel Destinations, Timurid Empire, Islamic Architecture, Central Asia, Capital City, Mosque, Amazing Places

Founded in the 7th century B.C. as ancient Afrasiab, Samarkand had its most significant development in the Timurid period from the 14th to the 15th centuries. The major monuments include the Registan Mosque and madrasas, Bibi-Khanum Mosque, the Shakhi-Zinda compound and the Gur-Emir ensemble, as well as Ulugh-Beg's Observatory.

A FINE NORTH PERSIAN KUBACHI POTTERY DISH 13” diameter x 2 ½“ depth Blue and white Persian ware was produced in the Timurid era (1370-1502) under the influence of imported Chinese porcelain Glass Ceramic, Ceramic Plates, Flower Images Hd, Ancient Persia, Pottery Art, Pottery Clay, Islamic Art, Colorful Interiors, Islam Beliefs

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Gold necklace Persia elements, with turquoise, gray chalcedony, glass Iran, late to early century AD. Islamic jewelry brought in the use of colored stones. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Ethnic Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Gold Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Jewelry Design, Gold Necklace, Turquoise Necklace, Jewlery, Renaissance Jewelry

Iran, 1000–1400 A.D. | Chronology | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

“During the period from 1000 to 1400, in spite of great political instability largely due to Turkic and Mongol armies sweeping through the region, Iran becomes one of the most important cultural and artistic centers in the Islamic world. Under outstanding patrons, Iranian artists demonstrate tremendous ingenuity and technical skill. Their creations are among the masterpieces of late medieval Islamic art and architecture.”

Dragon-handled jug by Habibullah ibn Ali Baharjani Timurid dynasty, CE Believed to be from Herat Brass inlaid with silver Timurid Empire, Ibn Ali, Copper Art, Classical Art, Silk Road, 14th Century, Casket, Art Object, Ottomans

Dragon-handled jug by Habibullah ibn Ali Baharjani Timurid dynasty, 1461-62 CE Believed to be from Herat Brass inlaid with silver

San'at :: "Troops Marched as the Rolling Thunder…" (Military Costume of the Epoch of Timur and the Timurids) Timurid Empire, Golden Horde, Military Costumes, For The Horde, Armadura Medieval, Iranian Art, Mystery Of History, Arm Armor, Medieval Armor

San'at :: "Troops Marched as the Rolling Thunder…" (Military Costume of the Epoch of Timur and the Timurids)

An engraved Timurid carnelian Seal Persia, Century Ancient Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Jewellery, Timurid Empire, Persian Motifs, Tantra, 14th Century, Carnelian, Islamic Art

An engraved Timurid carnelian Seal Persia, 14th Century

An engraved Timurid carnelian Seal - Persia, 14th Century - of octagonal form, engraved to one side in positive with complex interlacing geometric inscription containing the Ashara mubashara, or names of the orthodox Caliphs and Companions of the Prophet, reverse plain 2.2 cm. diam.

POMEGRANATES AND LEAVES - Northern Iran or Western Central Asia (Timurid), 15th century - A large pottery dish of shallow rounded form with a sloping rim standing on a short foot, the reddish buff earthenware body coated inside and partially on the outside with a white slip on which the decoration has been painted in an elegant bichrome palette of crisp black and turquoise under a transparent, colourless lead glaze with a delicate crackle. Timurid Empire, White Slip, Pottery Bowls, Central Asia, Earthenware, Metropolitan Museum, Iran, Porcelain, Pomegranates

POMEGRANATES AND LEAVES - Northern Iran or Western Central Asia (Timurid), 15th century - A large pottery dish of shallow rounded form with a sloping rim standing on a short foot, the reddish buff earthenware body coated inside and partially on the outside with a white slip on which the decoration has been painted in an elegant bichrome palette of crisp black and turquoise under a transparent, colourless lead glaze with a delicate crackle.

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A Timurid carved pottery Tile Fragment Samarkand, Century of convex form, moulded and decorated in turquoise and white with a repeat design of stylised interlocking flowerheads and palmettes Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Timurid Empire, Persian Motifs, Islamic World, 14th Century, Porcelain Ceramics, Indian Art, Illustration

A Timurid carved pottery Tile Fragment Samarkand, 14th Century

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In the early century, Timurid craftsmen in Samarkand produced this bas-relief pattern on the Ulugh Beg Madrasa. Pattern Books, Pattern Art, Timurid Empire, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art Pattern, Islamic World, 15th Century, Tile Patterns, Prehistoric

The Tiles of Infinity

Traveling through the Silk Road cities of Samarkand and Bukhara, Peter Lu noticed ornamental tile patterns so complex that the principles underlying them have been articulated by mathematicians only in the last four decades. How did artisans centuries ago produce them? One answer lay in drawings found on a 500-year-old scroll.