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Two Royal Figures.  Object Name:     Figure. Date:     mid-11th century–mid-12th century. Geography:     Iran. Medium:     Stucco; modeled, carved, polychrome painted, gilded.       İki Kraliyet Rakamlar . Nesne Adı: Şekil . Tarih: ortası 11. yüzyıl ortalarında 12. yüzyılda . Coğrafya : İran . Orta : Sıva ; modellenmiş , oyma , çok renkli yaldızlı boyalı .

Two Royal Figures. Object Name: Figure. Date: mid-11th century–mid-12th century. Geography: Iran. Medium: Stucco; modeled, carved, polychrome painted, gilded. İki Kraliyet Rakamlar . Nesne Adı: Şekil . Tarih: ortası 11. yüzyıl ortalarında 12. yüzyılda . Coğrafya : İran . Orta : Sıva ; modellenmiş , oyma , çok renkli yaldızlı boyalı .

Figure, ca. 1200; Seljuq  Iran  Painted stucco

Figure, ca. 1200; Seljuq Iran Painted stucco

Head from Sculpture Object Name: Head of a figure Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Iran Medium: Stone; carved and drilled

Head from Sculpture Object Name: Head of a figure Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Iran Medium: Stone; carved and drilled

Türk Selçuklu Kadın Başlı Sfenks. 12-13.yy.

Türk Selçuklu Kadın Başlı Sfenks. 12-13.yy.

Lusterware Star Tile Single Human Figure with Calligraphy Border. Lusterware, a type of ceramic named after lustrous, glinting finish that was achieved by a particular kind of glaze. The town of Kashan gave its name to the Persian word for tile; kashi. It was one of the principal and most famous centers for the production of fine pottery and tiles between the 12th and 14th centuries. -

Lusterware Star Tile Single Human Figure with Calligraphy Border. Lusterware, a type of ceramic named after lustrous, glinting finish that was achieved by a particular kind of glaze. The town of Kashan gave its name to the Persian word for tile; kashi. It was one of the principal and most famous centers for the production of fine pottery and tiles between the 12th and 14th centuries. -

TÜRK KOZMOLOJİSİ: TÜRK SELÇUKLU STUCCO FİGÜRATİF ESERLER

TÜRK KOZMOLOJİSİ: TÜRK SELÇUKLU STUCCO FİGÜRATİF ESERLER

Stone Seljuk female head

Stone Seljuk female head

Mamlūk Polo Rider Flask, c.1300AD

Mamlūk Polo Rider Flask, c.1300AD

Polychrome-painted stucco relief of a Turkish official, early 7th/13th century

Polychrome-painted stucco relief of a Turkish official, early 7th/13th century


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Origins of Cartomancy (Playing Card Divination)

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Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk Playing Cards, XV or early XVI century

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk Playing Cards, XV or early XVI century

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk Playing Cards, XV or early XVI century

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk Playing Cards, XV or early XVI century

Mamluk Playing Cards - The World of Playing Cards

Mamluk Playing Cards - The World of Playing Cards

Mamluk Playing Cards - The World of Playing Cards

Mamluk Playing Cards - The World of Playing Cards

Nã'ib, the game of lieutenants... these cards are amongst the earliest Arabic playing cards extant, from a XV or early XVI century Mamluk pack, hand-drawn and hand-painted.

Nã'ib, the game of lieutenants... these cards are amongst the earliest Arabic playing cards extant, from a XV or early XVI century Mamluk pack, hand-drawn and hand-painted.

Mamelukse militairen introduceerden het kaartspel in het Nabije Oosten (13de eeuw)

De tarot en het Oude Egypte

Mamelukse militairen introduceerden het kaartspel in het Nabije Oosten (13de eeuw)

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk (Egyptian) Playing Cards, 15th or 16th century.

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk (Egyptian) Playing Cards, 15th or 16th century.

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk Playing Cards, XV or early XVI century

Hand-drawn and hand-painted Mamluk Playing Cards, XV or early XVI century

Antique Tarot & Playing Cards

Antique Tarot & Playing Cards

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