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Head of a winged figure wearing a diadem.

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Kay Khusrau celebrates on his return to Iran.

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Shâhnâmah [Text Page]

Rustam and the soldiers of Iran fight the Tûrânians.

Kay Khusrau enthroned, surrounded by eight courtiers.

Rustam attacks Akvân Dîv, who is described in the text as in the guise of an onager of invisible, but here is shown as a dîv.

Rustam captures the King of Mâzandarân and takes him before the tent of Kay Kâ'ûs.

Qur'ân

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân

Qur'ân

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment. [Sûrat al-Naba']

Qur'ân

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment.

Qur'ân, fragment. (cover)

Persia.

Persia.

Persia.

Femme persienne

Habit of a Persian lady in 1568. Dame Persanne.

Habit of a Georgian in 1768. Georgien.

Habit of a gentleman of Persia in 1568. Gentilhomme Persan.

Habit of a Persian lady in 1700. Persienne.

Habit of an Armenian native of Persia in 1700. Armenian natif de Perse.

Ornaments [on the robes of a eunuch].

Winged figure holding a branch; A king in his robes.

Assyrian warriors in battle.

Triumphal return of Assyrian warriors from battle.

Warriors in armour fighting in chariots.

The king before the walls of a besieged city.

A. Idols and captives from a conquered Nation [Calah]; B. Fisherman in a lake. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

The seige of a castle.

Burning and sack of a city (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

Painted ornaments from Nimroud [Calah].

Ornaments [on the robe of a King]: 1. Lion contending with two wild bulls ; 2. Gazelle between two griffins ; 3. Lappet of a king's tiara.

The king receiving prisoners.

Winged figure ; Nisroch or the eagle headed divinity.

Ivories. [Ivory objects found at Nimroud [Calah]]

Head of a eunuch.

A. Two kings kneeling beneath the emblem of the deity ; B. A castle on the banks of a river.

A battle in a forest. [Quyunjik]

Warriors ascending a mountain to a besieged city. [Quyunjik]

The king in the chariot before a besieged city.

Pottery &c.

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