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Details
Accession Number:
1963
Gregorian Date:
1460 (to 67)
Origin:
Baghdad
Ownership:
Hagop Kevorkian.
Patron:
Pir Budaq Qara Qoyunlu
Folios extant in ms.:
562
Estimated num folios in ms.:
566
Columns x Rows:
4 x 0
Page Size (h x w):
267 x 178 mm
Text Size (h x w):
0 x 0 mm
Script:
Nasta'liq
Num Other Colophons:
4r, 269r
Ms Type:
Codex
Ms Status:
Defective at end
Completion Status:
Ready to upload to website
Illuminations in ms:
3
Illustrations in ms:
33 ( 33 Shahnama )
Illustration Records in archive:
Last updated by:
charles
Date last updated:
2007-00-13 19:40:26
 
 
References
Dating Ref:
Soucek, P.P. The Ann Arbor Shahnama and its importance. (in Persian painting from the Mongols to the Qajars. Studies in honour of Basil W. Robinson) (in Pembroke Persian Papers) (ed. Hillenbrand, R.) (3) pp. 267-81 I.B. Tauris. London. UK.
Origin Ref:
Soucek, P.P. The Ann Arbor Shahnama and its importance. (in Persian painting from the Mongols to the Qajars. Studies in honour of Basil W. Robinson) (in Pembroke Persian Papers) (ed. Hillenbrand, R.) (3) pp. 267-81 I.B. Tauris. London. UK.
Folio Ref:
Soucek, P.P. The Ann Arbor Shahnama and its importance. (in Persian painting from the Mongols to the Qajars. Studies in honour of Basil W. Robinson) (in Pembroke Persian Papers) (ed. Hillenbrand, R.) (3) pp. 267-81 I.B. Tauris. London. UK.
Illustration Ref:
Soucek, P.P. The Ann Arbor Shahnama and its importance. (in Persian painting from the Mongols to the Qajars. Studies in honour of Basil W. Robinson) (in Pembroke Persian Papers) (ed. Hillenbrand, R.) (3) pp. 267-81 I.B. Tauris. London. UK.
 
 
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Binding (1460)
f. 004v
Illuminated unvan (1460)
f. 005r
Illuminated unvan (1460)
f. 008r
Kayumars enthroned (1450)
f. 022r
The murder of Iraj (1450)
f. 036r
Rudaba and Zal together (1450)
f. 047r
The birth of Rustam (1450)
f. 049r
Rustam kills Zal's white elephant (1450)
f. 069r
Rustam's seventh labour: he kills the White Div (1450)
f. 081r
Tahmina visits Rustam's chamber (1450)
f. 091v
Rustam discovers Suhrab's identity (1450)
f. 098r
The fire ordeal of Siyavush (1450)
f. 107v
Siyavush plays polo before Afrasiyab (1450)
f. 131r
Kay Khusrau crosses the Oxus with Farangis and Giv (1450)
f. 165v
Rustam kills Ashkabus and his horse (1450)
f. 175r
Rustam pulls the Khaqan of Chin from his elephant by lasso (1450)
f. 185v
Akvan Div flings Rustam into the sea (1450)
f. 202v
Rustam rescues Bizhan from the pit (1450)
f. 226v
Gurgin leads away Andariman's horse (1450)
f. 241v
Kay Khusrau throws Shida to the ground (1450)
f. 260r
The execution of Afrasiyab (1450)
f. 267v
Luhrasp enthroned (1450)
f. 274r
Gushtasp kills a wolf in Rum (1450)
f. 290r
Gushtasp puts Isfandiyar in chains (1450)
f. 298r
Isfandiyar's third labour: he fights the dragon (1450)
f. 320r
Rustam shoots Isfandiyar in the eyes with a double-pointed arrow (1450)
f. 325v
Rustam kills Shaghad before dying (1450)
f. 337v
Iskandar attends the dying Dara (1450)
f. 346r
Iskandar visits the Ka'ba (1450)
f. 354v
Iskandar builds a wall against Gog and Magog (1450)
f. 367r
Ardashir Babakan enthroned (1450)
f. 388v
Bahram Gur's mount tramples Azada (1450)
f. 397v
A drunken shoemaker rides on Bahram Gur's escaped lion (1450)
f. 416r
Bahram Gur kills a dragon in India (1450)
f. 440v
Anushirvan finds a young man in his harem (1450)
f. 463v
Gav and Talhand's forces fight for a second time (1450)