People-Admire-Khavarnak.jpg (474×745) Miniatures, Gouache, 23.7x13.7 cm Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty This is one of the 9 miniatures illustrating the poem Haft Paikar in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsawas copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine .

People-Admire-Khavarnak.jpg (474×745) Miniatures, Gouache, 23.7x13.7 cm Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty This is one of the 9 miniatures illustrating the poem Haft Paikar in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsawas copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine .

بر تخت نشستن کیخسرو، برگی از شاهنامه شاه اسماعیل دوم، منسوب به برجی، قزوین، حدود 1577 میلادی،  به گیتی خردمند و خامش تویی که پروردگار سیاوش تویی سر زال زان پس به بر در گرفت ز بهر پدر دست بر سر گرفت گوان را به تخت مهی برنشاند بریشان همی نام یزدان بخواند نگه کرد رستم سرو پای اوی نشست و سخن گفتن و رای اوی رخش گشت پرخون و دل پر ز درد زکار سیاوش بسی یاد کرد AN ILLUSTRATED AND ILLUMINATED LEAF FROM THE SHAH ISMA'IL II SHAHNAMEH: THE PARTY AFTER HOMAGE PAID TO KAY KHOSRAW BY NOBLES FOLLOWING HIS…

The Party After Homage Paid to Kay Khosraw(Abu'l Qasim Firdausi CE Persian): Shahnama ("Book of Kings")) (c.

"The Eavesdropper", Folio 47r from a Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits) of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami Calligrapher: Maulana Azhar (d. 1475/76) Poet: Nizami (Ilyas Abu Muhammad Nizam al-Din of Ganja) (probably 1141–1217) Artist: Painting by Unknown Object Name: Folio from an illustrated manuscript Date: ca. 1430 Geography: present-day Afghanistan, Herat

The Eavesdropper", Folio from a Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits) of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami Maulana Azhar (d.

Miniatures, Gouache, 23.7x13.7 cm. Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty. Album: The Khamsa by Nizami. Personage: Bahram Gur. Source of entry: First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924. School: Herat. Theme: Literature.

Bahram Gur in the Jellow Pavilion -

Siege of Szigetvár, 1566, Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman

Siege of Szigetvár CE) (Hünernâme CE Ottoman Miniature Painting) -Seyyid Lokman)

Arts of the Islamic World | Folio from a <i>Shahnama</i> (Book of kings) by Firdawsi; recto: text, Faridun captures Zahhak; verso: Faridun strikes Zahhak with the ox-headed mace | F1996.2

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Iran: Iskandar-Nameh in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the poet Nizami,

This is one of the 12 miniatures illustrating the poem Khusraw and Shirin in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsa was copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine . Khusraw and Shirin is the first poem in the literature of the Near and Middle East in which man'...

Khusraw Feasting -

jpg The Khamsa by Nizami Source of entry: First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924 School: Herat Theme: Literature

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