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|Miniatures, Gouache, 23.7x13.7 cm|
|Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty|
|Album: The Khamsa by Nizami|
|Personage: Bahram Gur|
|Source of entry: First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924|
St. John's College - Library - Browne 1434
[Bahram Gur being entertained by the Greek Princess in the White Pavilion, on Friday] 482. Alexander going from India to Tartary, hunts by ye way. ...
JSTOR: Traditionalism or Forgery: A Note on Persian Lacquer
In one of these illustrations depicting Bahram Gur and the Greek princess sitting in the White Pavilion (Topkapi Saray Museum, H. 760, fol. ...
Fine Arts Library Image Collection
Title: Khamsa of Nizami. fol.187a: Bahram Gur in the white pavilion. Repository: Istanbul: Istanbul University Library ms. F.1313 may not be copied or used ...
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Held off at first by Bahram Gur, they later (483–85) succeeded in making Persia .... Will ye pitch some white pavilion, and lustily even the odds...2:560. ...
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