2 edition of Miniatures from the period of Timur in a MS. of the poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair. found in the catalog.
Miniatures from the period of Timur in a MS. of the poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair.
F. R. Martin
|Contributions||Arnold, Thomas Walker, Sir, 1864-1930.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 28,  p.|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Get this from a library. Miniatures from the period of Timur in a ms. of the poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair. [F R Martin; Thomas Walker Arnold, Sir]. Detached folio from a Divan (Collected poems) by Sultan Ahmad Jalayir; text: Persian in black nasta’liq script, headings in Arabic in red and blue nasta’liq; recto: Pastoral scene, figures in landscape, two columns, 14 lines; verso: text, two columns, 14 lines, 48 lines of marginal text; one of a group of 9: the manuscript, its separated cover (F), and 7 detached folios.
Sir T. Arnold, Description of the Manuscript, in: Miniatures from the Period of Timur in a Ms. of the poemes of Sultan Ahmad Jalair by F. Martin (Vienna ) Farid ud-Din Attar, The Conference of the Birds, Mantiq ut-Tair, Rendered into English from the literal and complete French translation of Garcin de Tassy by C.
Nott (London ).  F. Martin, Miniatures from the Period of Timur: In a MS. of the Poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair (Vienna: Printed for the author, ), The Swedish art historian and collector Fredrik Robert Martin who purchased the Freer manuscript inand brought its magnificence to public attention in the first study of it inwrites of his.
With F.R. Martin. Miniatures from the Period of the Poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair, Timur in a MS of Vienna. Printed for the authors. In: Arab travellers and l merchants, 1of the Middle A.P.
Newton, ed. Ages, New York, pp. The Islamic Faith, London, Ernest Been. Miniatures from the period of Timur in a ms. of the poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair: The miniatures in Hilālī's mystical poem, The king and the dervish: al-Muʿtazila: being an extract from the Kitāb al-Milal wa-al-niḥal: Muʿtazilah: The Nizami ms., illuminated by Bihzad, Mirak and Qasim Ali, written for Sultan Ali Mirza Barlās, ruler.
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of the Poems of Sultan Ahmed Jalair, Vienna , p. Aug 8, - The Zafarnama ظفرنامه, Book of Victory is a biography of Timur completed by the Persian historian Sharaf ad-Din Ali Yazdi It remains one of the best-known sources on Timur's life.
Yazdi used Zafarnama, completed by Nizam ad-Din Shami in ظفرنامه تیموری کتابی است مدیحه سرایانه نوشته شرفالدین علی یزدی 19 pins. Bukhara and Its Ersari Aug the text merely reporting what the team was told.
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Of Poems of Sultan Ahmad Jalair,p. Return to top. The Burlington Magazine is the world's leading monthly publication devoted to the fine and decorative arts. March# – Vol Miniatures from the Period of Timur in a MS.
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Vienna, printed for the author, In-folio; 4 Bll., 28, (2) pp, 1 Bll., 16 Taf.