Keywords: Mongol period (1220 - 1380)

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84 objects
F1928.7

Folio from a Manafi’ al-hayawan (Usefulness of animals) by Ibn Bakhtishu (d.1058); verso: Three hoopoes and a bush with red berries; recto: text, Description of hoopoes and their medicinal properties

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1928.7

Detached folio from a dispersed copy of a Manafi’ al-hayawan (Usefulness of animals) by ibn Bakhtishu; text: Persian in black and red naskhi script; heading in blue kufic script; recto: text: Description of hoopoes and their medicinal properties, one column, 12 lines; verso: Three hoopoes and a bush with red berries, one column, 13 lines; …

F1928.6

Folio from a Manafi’ al-hayawan (Usefulness of animals) by Ibn Bakhtishu (d.1058); recto: Magpies and scorpions; verso: text, Characteristics of scorpion and crab

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1928.6

Detached folio from a dispersed copy of Manafi’ al-hayawan (Usefulness of animals) by Ibn Bakhtishu; text: Persian in black naskh script with title in blue kufic script; recto: illustration and text: Magpies and scorpions, one column, 13 lines; verso: text: Characteristics of scorpion and crab, one column, 12 lines; one of a group of 6 …

F1927.5

Folio from a Manafi’ al-hayawan (Usefulness of animals) by Ibn Bakhtishu (d.1058); recto: Two herons under pendant branches; verso: Four grouses in flight

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1927.5

Detached folio from a dispersed copy of Manafi’ al-hayawan (Usefulness of animals) by Ibn Bakhtishu; text: Persian in black and red naskhi script with title in black kufic script; recto: illustration and text: Two herons under pendant branches, one column, 13 lines; verso: illustration and text: Four grouses in flight, one column, 11 lines; one …