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Khusrau Hunting: Page from a manuscript of the Khusrau and Shirin of Hatifi [Turkey (probably Istanbul)] (69.27folio15r) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Connecting Women to the Silk Road Wearing Silk (Women in World History Curriculum)

Portrait of a Lady Holding a Flower Painting by Muhammadi of Herat (active Qazvin, ca. 1570–78; Herat, ca. 1578–87) Object Name: Single work, illustrated Date: 1565–75 Geography: Herat Medium: Opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper Dimensions: H: 4 5/8 in. (11.7 cm) W: 2 11/16 in. (6.8 cm)


The Safavid Era is considered the peak of Iranian culture and art that followed the Iranian conversion to Islam.

rise and fall of the Ottoman Empire (video)

Yataghan from the Court of Suleyman the Magnificent Workshop of Ahmed Tekelü (possibly Iranian, active Istanbul, ca. 1520–30)

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Basin with Zodiac signs and royal titles, Mamluk period (1250–1517), late 13th–early 14th century Egypt or Syria Brass; engraved and inlaid with silver and black compound

LACMA - Textile Fragment, Mamluk Dynasty, 1250-1517, 14th century.

Quilted bag with rosettes, stars, and quatrefoils - Egypt, Mamluk Period (1250 - 1517).

a textile fragment decorated with blue silk hearts, from Egypt, Mamluk Period (1250-1517)

The Aga Khan Museum: Arts of the Book: Illustrated Texts, Miniatures - Safavid, circa 1511 CE

Youth And Dervish In Conversation - Safavid, circa 1590 CE

Persian musketeer in the time of Shah ʿAbbās I. Painting by Ḥabīb-Allāh Mašhadī circa 1600 AD

Woman playing the kamancheh in a painting from the Hasht Behesht Palace in Isfahan Persia, 1669.

A painting on the wall of Chehel Sotoun (40 columns) in Esfahan (Isfahan) depicting Persian dancers dancing in the court of the Safavid king.