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SS. Francis of Assisi and Anthony of Padua and decorative border with flowers / from the Almugavar Hours ms. in the Walters Art Museum

St. Mary Magdalene, St. Margaret and the dragon, and decorative border with flowers / from the Almugavar Hours ms. in the Walters Art Museum

Walters Ms. W.736 Shelf mark W.736 Manuscript Certification of Arms and Genealogical Treatise Text titleGenealogy and Heraldy Author As-written name: Don Ramon Zazo y Ôrtega Known as: Don Ramon Zazo of Ortega Date 25 November-2 December, 1782 CE Origin Madrid (Spain)

Carrow Psalter, 13th century England

Carrow psalter, 13th century England

Carrow Psalter, 13th century England

This illuminated copy of the Qur'an was produced in the eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE in Iran. Apart from using a number of scripts, such as naskh, muḥaqqaq, and tawqīʿ, the manuscript features six pairs of decorated pages; two illuminated headpieces; and chapter headings, interlinear illumination, and marginal decoration. The Qur'anic text begins on fol. 2b and ends on fol. 331a. It is followed by a prayer (duʿāʾ) and a table of divination (taf'ul) in Arabic and Persian (fols. 332b-333a).The black leather binding has a central piece in the form of a diamond with pendants on four sides. The inner boards, with their traditional dentelle decoration, feature text from the "verse of the throne" (āyat al-kursī), 2:255-6, which is inscribed in the outer frame.

W.596, fol. 27a

Upper board inside: This lacquer binding with floral decoration is attributable to the thirteenth century AH / nineteenth CE.

"Wonders of creation": Two men watch a dragon and vultures eating meat... Walters Art M., Ms. W.593, fol. 60b, 16th c

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Walters Ms. W.569, Koran

Walters Ms. W.847, Book of English heraldry


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