Ajaib al-makhluqat. Persian
|Creator:||Qazwini, Zakariya ibn Muhammad, 1208 or 9-1283 or 4, creator|
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Teaching resource: Kishwar Rizvi, History of Art
Fairly modern (18th century) nastaliq, in red and black.
Islamic binding, covered with needlework, mostly eaten away.
On fly-leaf: D.D. Cunnighame.
Unwan in gold and colors on leaf 1 verso; copious illustrations in colors.
Ethe, H. India Office,
Cosmography, translated from the Arabic into Persian.
Gift of Thomas Ewart Marston, 1952.
35.5 x 21.5 cm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Beinecke Library|
Teaching resource: Kishwar Rivzi, Department of the History of Art
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