Miniatures

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Mughal miniature, Akbar period, 1600-1605. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. / The details on that coat are magnificent!

Mughal miniature, Akbar period, 1600-1605. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. / The details on that coat are magnificent!

Mughal Painting.

Mughal Painting.

ca. 1610-15. Inayat Khan, favored courtier to  Mughal Emperor Jahangir, carrying the royal sword in lavish tapestries. By Daulat. India.

ca. 1610-15. Inayat Khan, favored courtier to Mughal Emperor Jahangir, carrying the royal sword in lavish tapestries. By Daulat. India.

Mughal 16th century

Mughal 16th century

(124) Reza Mahdavi

(124) Reza Mahdavi

The Man and the Ruffian: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din cAttar, ca. 1600; Safavid  Iran (Isfahan)

The Man and the Ruffian: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din cAttar, ca. 1600; Safavid Iran (Isfahan)

A Youth Carrying Jars Later Ascribtion To Reza 'abbasi, Qajar Iran, 19th Century

A Youth Carrying Jars Later Ascribtion To Reza 'abbasi, Qajar Iran, 19th Century

The Shahnameh. The Persian Book of Kings. A Poem of Myth and History by Abolqasem Fedusi. Written around 10th c the new prose translation   by Dick Davis is truly entertaining and fascinating

New Translation of 'Persian Book of Kings'

The Shahnameh. The Persian Book of Kings. A Poem of Myth and History by Abolqasem Fedusi. Written around 10th c the new prose translation by Dick Davis is truly entertaining and fascinating

The Son Who Mourned His Father: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din cAttar, ca. 1487; Timurid  Iran (Herat)

The Son Who Mourned His Father: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din cAttar, ca. 1487; Timurid Iran (Herat)

Bahram Gur in the Turquoise Pavilion: Page from a manuscript of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami, dated 1524–25; Safavid  Afghanistan (Herat)

Bahram Gur in the Turquoise Pavilion: Page from a manuscript of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami, dated 1524–25; Safavid Afghanistan (Herat)

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