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Rustam, Yazdigird's general, slain by Sa'd, the son of Vaqqâs the Arab.

Rustam, Yazdigird's general, slain by Sa'd, the son of Vaqqâs the Arab...

Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.

Arab Shekh; Tribe Beni Koreish
Arab of Loheia, Tribe Beni Koreish
Vue de la cour de la Mosquée Barkauk
Vue intérieure de la Mosquée El-Moyed
Vue intérieure de la Mosquée Kaid-Bey
Le Kaire et ses environs
Plan de la Mosquée Teyloun
Plan et coupe du Couvent de Dervich
Vue de la porte Bab-el-Fotouh
Vue de l'Okel Zoulfiqar
Vue de la cour de la Mosquée Barkauk
Vue intérieure de la Mosquée El-Moyed
Plan et coupes de la Mosquée Barkauk
Vue de la Mosquée Amrou
Vue de la cour de la Mosquée Teyloun
Vue intérieure de la Mosquée Hassan
Vue intérieure de la Mosquée Hassan
Vue de l'abreuvoir public
Vue extérieure de la Mosquée Kaid-Bey
Vue de la porte Bab-el-Fotouh
Vue intérieure du Couvent de Dervich
[Title page.]
Plan et coupe de la Mosquée Amrou
Vue intérieure de la Mosquée Kaid-Bey
Vue de la Mosquée Amrou
Vue de l'abreuvoir public
Vue intérieure du Couvent de Dervich
Vue de la porte de l'Okel Kaid-Bey
Plans, coupe et vues du Bain Tambaleh
Vue extérieure de la Mosquée Barkauk
Architecture arabe, monumens du Caire.
Porte principale de la Mosquée Hassan
Détails de la Mosquée Teyloun
Vue de l'Okel Zoulfiqar
Vue de la cour de la Mosquée Teyloun
Détails de la Mosquée Teyloun
Vue de la porte de l'Okel Kaid-Bey

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