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Mihr and his Friends Slaughter Dog- and Wolf-headed Cannibals

On this folio from Walters manuscript Mihr and his friends slaughter dog- and wolf-headed cannibals.

Khujasta and the Parrot Indian, Mughal Mughal period, reign of Akbar 1580–85 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Khujasta and the Parrot Indian, Mughal Mughal period, reign of Akbar Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Matrakçı Nasuh Nasuh bin Karagöz bin Abdullah el-Bosnavî veya kısaca Matrakçı Nasuh, Boşnak asıllı Osmanlı minyatürcü, hattat, tarihçi ve matematikçi. Ölüm tarihi bilinmeyen Matrakçı Nasuh'un Saraybosna'da doğduğu sanılmaktadır. Vikipedi Doğum: 1480, Bosna Eyaleti Ölüm: 1564

Matrakçı Nasuh-Estergon Kalesi'nin Fethi I 1543

Garden Scene (recto); Persian Couplets (verso)

unfinished Illustration from an unknown manuscript, c. 1485 style of Bihzad (Iranian) opaque watercolor on paper, Image - cm inches) Overall - cm inches) Cleveland Museum of Art

Timurids and friends — An angel seated on a carpet Bukhara, Shaybanid...

Timurids and friends — An angel seated on a carpet Bukhara, Shaybanid...

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The Slaying of Siyawush (Abu'l Qasim Firdausi CE Persian): Shahnama (Book of Kings) (End of Century CE Safavid Miniature Painting, Shiraz, Iran)

Persian Miniature 3

JOJO POST FATHER: Illuminated Manuscript, Album of Persian and Indian miniatures, calligraphy, and European engravings, Walters Art Museum Ms.

This illustration from Walters manuscript W.666 depicts a man embarrassed by his turban falling off to reveal his bald head. When he protests that his virtue is gone, Mansur replies that it was already gone when he previously lied about his miraculous three-day journey from Mecca to Nishapur.

A Shamed Man Who Lied About a Three-day Journey from Mecca to Nishapur, from the Digital Walters collection of high-resolution images of manuscripts

Miniatures, Gouache, 23.7x13.7 cm Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty This is one of the three miniatures illustrating the poem Iskandar-Nameh 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 . Iskandar-Nameh, or Book of…

Iskandar and Nushabeh -

Sultan Suleiman I receives his Grand Admiral,Hayreddin Barbarossa.Ottoman miniature painting from the Süleymanname.