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Shah Tahmasp (Unknown Collections)
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2008-03-04 00:00:00
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f. 021v
Hushang kills the Black Div (1528)
f. 024v
Jamshid teaches the crafts (1528)
f. 025v
f. 027v
Zahhak enthroned (1528)
f. 028v
Zahhak discusses his dream with Arnavaz (1528)
f. 030v
f. 032v
Kava carries his standard (1527)
f. 042v
Faridun tests his sons (1530)
f. 045v
f. 048b
The murder of Iraj (1527)
f. 053v
f. 060v
Manuchihr enthroned (1528)
f. 063v
The Simurgh bids farewell to Sam's son (1528)
f. 064v
Sam brings Zal from mountains (1528)
f. 067v
Zal meets Mihrab of Kabul (1528)
f. 077v
Sam before Manuchihr (1528)
f. 084v
Sam receives Sindukht as envoy from the King of Kabul (1528)
f. 089v
Sindukht meets Sam (1528)
f. 102v
The third battle between Nauzar and Afrasiyab (1528)
f. 110v
Rustam enthroned with Kay Qubad on Mount Alburz (1530)
f. 119v
Rustam's third labour: he kills a dragon (1527)
f. 124r
Rustam's seventh labour: he kills the White Div (1528)
f. 179r
Afrasiyab greets Siyavush (1528)
f. 182v
Siyavush hunts onager with Afrasiyab (1525)
f. 234r
Bizhan fights Farud on foot (1527)
f. 259v
f. 279v
Rustam lifts Shangul from his saddle (1528)
f. 295r
Rustam recovers Rakhsh (1535)
f. 308v
Rustam feasts with Kay Khusrau (1528)
f. 328r
Nastihan makes a night attack and is killed by Bizhan (1528)
f. 341v
The first combat: Fariburz kills Gulbad (1540)
f. 385v
f. 451r
Bahman delivers Isfandiyar's message to Rustam (1528)
f. 513v
f. 553r
A sea monster kills Yazdagird (1528)
f. 638r
Anushirvan sits before the chessboard sent by the Raja of Hind (1528)
f. 649r
Barzu brings the book "Kalila and Dimna" to Anushirvan (1528)
f. 654r