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Details
Accession Number:
Dorn 333
Hijri Date:
1061
Gregorian Date:
1651 (to nearest hijri year)
Origin:
Mashhad
Ownership:
Executed for Shah 'Abbas II. A diplomatic gift, brought by Khusrau Mirza as a contribution to St.Petersburg after the murder of Griboedov in 1829.
Patron:
Shah 'Abbas II
Calligrapher:
Muhammad Shafi' b. 'Abd al-Jabbar
Folios extant in ms.:
875
Columns x Rows:
4 x 25
Page Size (h x w):
462 x 300 mm
Text Size (h x w):
318 x 175 mm
Script:
Nasta'liq, Naskh
Colophon Folio:
11v
Sample Page Folio:
680r
Ms Type:
Codex
Ms Status:
Unspecified
Completion Status:
Ready to upload to website
Illuminations in ms:
4
Illustrations in ms:
192 ( 144 Shahnama 14 Garshaspnama 5 Barzunama 29 other )
Illustration Records in archive:
Last updated by:
charles
Date last updated:
0000-00-00 00:00:00
 
 
References
Dating Ref:
Gyuzalyan, L.T. & Dyakonov, M.M. Rukopisi Shakh-name v Leningradskikh sobraniiach (Manuscripts of the Shahnama in the collections of Leningrad). Leningrad. Russia.
Origin Ref:
Abdullaeva, F.I. Personal notes.
Illustration Ref:
Gyuzalyan, L.T. & Dyakonov, M.M. Rukopisi Shakh-name v Leningradskikh sobraniiach (Manuscripts of the Shahnama in the collections of Leningrad). Leningrad. Russia.
 
 
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f. 026v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 028v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1642)
f. 032r
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 034v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1644)
f. 045r
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1644)
f. 047r
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 052r
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 055v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1644)
f. 064r
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 074v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 077v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1642)
f. 086r
Zahhak bound on mount Damavand (1650)
f. 089r
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 095r
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 108v
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 110r
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 117r
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 120r
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 124v
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 127r
Scene from the Narimannama (1642)
f. 133r
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 134v
Scene from the Narimannama (1651)
f. 138v
The King of Yemen receives Faridun's sons (1650)
f. 141r
Faridun sends a reply to Salm and Tur (1650)
f. 142v
The murder of Iraj (1642)
f. 147v
Scene from the Garshaspnama (1651)
f. 150r
Manuchihr kills Salm (1650)
f. 156v
The Simurgh bids farewell to Sam's son (1642)
f. 162r
Rudaba lets down her hair for Zal to climb up (1650)
f. 169r
Sam receives Sindukht as envoy from the King of Kabul (1642)
f. 173v
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 177r
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 181r
Sam visits Zal and Rustam (1650)
f. 186r
Barman kills Qubad (1644)
f. 188r
Qarin fights Barman (1644)
f. 189v
Nauzar about to be executed by Afrasiyab (1644)
f. 196r
Scene from another epic (1644)
f. 198r
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 202r
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 206r
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 209r
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 210v
Rustam catches Rakhsh (1650)
f. 212v
Scene from another epic (1651)
f. 217r
Scene from another epic (1642)
f. 221v
Rustam kills Qulun (1650)
f. 225r
A minstrel div tempts Kay Kavus to invade Mazandaran (1650)
f. 228r
Rustam's first labour: Rakhsh kills a lion (1651)
f. 229r
Rustam's third labour: he kills a dragon (1650)
f. 230r
Rustam camps in a field and gets into a fight with the watchman (1650)
f. 231r
Rustam's fifth labour: he lassoes Aulad (1650)
f. 232v
Rustam's seventh labour: he kills the White Div (1650)
f. 234v
Rustam fights the Mazandarani champion Juya (1651)
f. 240v
Kay Kavus prepares for his flight to the heavens (1650)
f. 243v
Afrasiyab attacks the land of Iran (1645)
f. 247r
Suhrab fights Gurdafarid (1650)
f. 251v
Zhanda Razm discovered dead from a blow of Rustam's fist (1644)
f. 255v
Suhrab overthrows Rustam in their second combat (1651)
f. 256v
Rustam mourns Suhrab (1651)
f. 261r
Rustam introduces Siyavush to Kay Kavus (1650)
f. 262r
Siyavush in Sudaba's private quarters (1650)
f. 265v
The fire ordeal of Siyavush (1650)
f. 270r
Garsivaz brings gifts to Siyavush from Afrasiyab (1650)
f. 273v
Zanga goes to Afrasiyab (1642)
f. 276v
Siyavush plays polo before Afrasiyab (1642)
f. 283v
Siyavush plays polo before Afrasiyab (1645)
f. 284v
Siyavush fights Damur (1645)
f. 289v
Siyavush taken prisoner before Afrasiyab (1650)
f. 291v
Guruy executes Siyavush (1650)
f. 297v
Zavara executes Surkha to avenge Siyavush (1650)
f. 299r
Rustam kills Pilsam (1651)
f. 303v
Giv finds Kay Khusrau in Turan (1650)
f. 305r
Kay Khusrau captures Suhrab's horse Bihzad (1650)
f. 306r
Giv protects Farangis and Kay Khusrau from the Turanians (CHECK, cf. 189?) (1651)
f. 308v
Giv leads Piran before Kay Khusrau and Farangis (1650)
f. 310r
Kay Khusrau crosses the Oxus with Farangis and Giv (1650)
f. 311v
Kay Kavus receives Kay Khusrau on his arrival from Turan (1651)
f. 314r
Kay Khusrau's army besieges Bahman's castle (1651)
f. 315v
Kay Khusrau praised by the elders (1650)
f. 320r
Kay Khusrau praised by the elders (1644)
f. 321v
Scene from the Faramarznama (1651)
f. 323r
Scene from the Faramarznama (1644)
f. 326v
Scene from the Faramarznama (1645)
f. 329r
Scene from the Faramarznama (1645)
f. 334v
Farud kills Zarasp (1644)
f. 337r
The Iranians mourn Farud (1644)
f. 339v
Bizhan pursues Tazhav, who carries Ispanay on his horse (1650)
f. 343r
Bizhan takes Kava's standard from Fariburz (1644)
f. 345v
Giv captures Tazhav (1644)
f. 350v
Ruhham overcomes Bazur the Turanian wizard (1644)
f. 354r
Rustam asks for Farangis as a wife for Fariburz (1650)
f. 361r
Rustam captures and kills Kamus (1650)
f. 362v
Rustam overturns Chingish by seizing the tail of his horse (1650)
f. 369r
Rustam kills Gahar Gahani (1645)
f. 370v
Rustam pulls the Khaqan of Chin from his elephant by lasso (1644)
f. 374r
Rustam fights Kafur the Cannibal (1651)
f. 377v
Rustam overthrows Puladvand (1644)
f. 379r
Rustam remounts while Puladvand escapes (1645)
f. 381v
Akvan Div flings Rustam into the sea (1650)
f. 386v
Bizhan slaughters the wild boar (1644)
f. 388r
Manizha entertains Bizhan in the meadows (1644)
f. 396v
Rustam feasts with Kay Khusrau (1645)
f. 401r
Rustam fights Barkhiyas Div (interpolation) (1650)
f. 402r
Rustam rescues Bizhan from the pit (1650)
f. 411v
Scene from the Barzunama (1644)
f. 414v
Scene from the Barzunama (1645)
f. 418r
Scene from the Barzunama (1643)
f. 422v
Scene from the Barzunama (1651)
f. 428v
Scene from the Barzunama (1645)
f. 432r
Scene from the Barzunama (1644)
f. 434r
Scene from the Barzunama (1644)
f. 437v
Scene from the Barzunama (1651)
f. 440r
Scene from the Barzunama (1644)
f. 445r
Scene from the Barzunama (1651)
f. 449r
Scene from the Barzunama (1644)
f. 455r
Giv goes to Piran's headquarters at Visagird (1644)
f. 462r
Bizhan and Human wrestle for a second time (1644)
f. 471r
Giv fights Piran (1651)
f. 475r
The first combat: Fariburz kills Gulbad (1651)
f. 475v
Giv defeats and binds Guruy Zirih (1651)
f. 476r
Guraza binds Siyamak onto his horse and leads him away (1651)
f. 476v
The fourth combat: Furuhil kills Zangala (1651)
f. 477r
The fifth combat: Ruhham kills Barman (1651)
f. 477v
Bizhan leads away the horse and body of Ruyin (1651)
f. 478r
The seventh combat: Hujir kills Sipahram with a blow of his sword (1651)
f. 478v
Zanga carries Akhvasht away over his saddle (1651)
f. 479r
The ninth combat: Gurgin kills Andariman (1651)
f. 479v
The tenth combat: Barta kills Kuhram (1651)
f. 480v
The eleventh combat: Gudarz fights Piran (1651)
f. 484v
Gustaham kills Lahhak (1651)
f. 494v
Kay Khusrau kills Shida (1650)
f. 496v
Kay Khusrau kills Aila (1650)
f. 503r
Kay Khusrau besieges Gang Dizh (1651)
f. 504v
Kay Khusrau gives a safe conduct to Afrasiyab's family (1650)
f. 511v
Kay Khusrau defeats and kills the King of Makran (1650)
f. 517r
Hum captures Afrasiyab (1650)
f. 518r
The execution of Afrasiyab (1651)
f. 535r
Caesar deliberates on whether to offer his daughter to Gushtasp (1650)
f. 537r
Gushtasp kills a wolf in Rum (1651)
f. 539r
Gushtasp kills a dragon in Rum (1651)
f. 545r
Gushtasp receives Zardusht and converts to the new faith (1650)
f. 553r
Isfandiyar kills Bidarafsh (1651)
f. 557v
The death of Luhrasp in battle against the forces of Arjasp (1650)
f. 564r
Isfandiyar lassoes the Turanian hero Gurgsar (1650)
f. 566v
Isfandiyar's first labour: he fights the wolves (1650)
f. 567r
Isfandiyar's second labour: he fights the lions (1651)
f. 568r
Isfandiyar's third labour: he fights the dragon (1650)
f. 569r
Isfandiyar's fourth labour: he kills the sorceress (1650)
f. 574r
Isfandiyar's sisters recognize him in merchant's clothes (1650)
f. 575v
Isfandiyar kills Arjasp to rescue his sisters (1651)
f. 584r
Rustam kicks aside the rock pushed by Bahman (1650)
f. 590v
Isfandiyar boasts about his own lineage (1650)
f. 598r
Zavara and Faramarz kill Isfandiyar's sons Nush-Azar and Mihr-i Nush (1650)
f. 603v
Rustam shoots Isfandiyar in the eyes with a double-pointed arrow (1650)
f. 611r
Rustam falls into a pit (1651)
f. 618v
Scene from the Bahmannama (1651)
f. 626v
Scene from the Bahmannama (1651)
f. 630v
Scene from the Bahmannama (1651)
f. 642r
Iskandar executes Dara's murderers (1651)
f. 650v
Iskandar kills Fur (1650)
f. 659r
Iskandar takes his army to the west (1650)
f. 696v
Bahram Gur shows his prowess on the hunting grounds (1650)
f. 711r
The mobads rebuke Bahram Gur for his cruelty after the lion hunt (1650)
f. 721r
Bahram Gur asks Shangul to give him his daughter Sapinud as a wife (1650)
f. 727r
Piruz and his army fall into a pit and die (1650)
f. 733v
Anushirvan executes Mazdak and his followers (1650)
f. 735v
Anushirvan displays his prowess before Babak (1651)
f. 740r
Anushirvan marches on Qalinius (1642)
f. 744r
Nushzad killed in battle with Ram Barzin (1650)
f. 746r
Anushirvan finds a young man in his harem (1650)
f. 750v
Anushirvan's sixth majlis for Buzurjmihr and the mobads (1650)
f. 753r
Anushirvan reveals the sorcery of Zurvan and the Jew (1650)
f. 756r
Khusrau Parviz goes to war in Azarbaijan (1650)
f. 759v
The angel Surush rescues Khusrau Parviz (1650)
f. 765r
Bahram Chubina kills the monkey-lion (1650)
f. 768r
Qalun is arrested and beaten to death (1650)
f. 773v
Gurdiya is given a warm reception by Khusrau Parviz (1650)
f. 788r
Mihr Hurmuzd murders Khusrau Parviz (1650)
f. 790r
Shirin commits suicide by the coffin of Khusrau Parviz (1650)
f. 798v
Bahram Chubina kills Bahram, son of Siyavush while playing polo (1650)
f. 808v
Bahram Chubina at the castle of the Fortune Teller (1650)
f. 814r
Ayin Gushasp's assassin is executed by Bahram Chubina (1650)
f. 815r
Binduy and Gustaham blind Hurmuzd (1650)
f. 817v
Khusrau Parviz and Bahram Chubina meet (1650)
f. 822v
Bahram Chubina's horse is killed under him (1650)
f. 832v
Bahram Chubina sends Sava Shah's head to Hurmuzd (1650)
f. 837r
Hurmuzd receives Anushirvan's sealed casket (1650)
f. 838v
Hurmuzd goes hunting (1650)
f. 843r
Gav asks Talhand to stop the battle (1650)
f. 848v
Buzurjmihr predicts the contents of the locked chest (1650)
f. 855v
Caesar's envoys before Anushirvan (1650)
f. 861r
Buzurjmihr demonstrates how to play the game of chess (1650)
f. 872r
The miller assassinates Yazdagird (1650)