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Elsa Davern
Elsa Davern • 1 year ago

timur-i-lang: Qazvin school, Iran, ca. 1590-1600 “Bilqis, the Queen of Sheba, reclines besides a meandering stream while holding a love letter that the hoopoe, perched in a bush at her feet, will deliver to her beloved, King Solomon.”

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