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Timur Devleti parası üzerindeki İkonografi, Göktürk Runik harflerindendir ve ANT yani BARIŞ olarak okunur. Türk Budizminde Buddha'nın Üç Mücevheri, Türk Osmanlı Döneminde ÇİNTEMANi adı ile devam eder. Nuray Bilgili.. Silver dirham. Timurid dynasty. Herat, Afghanistan, no date, ca. CE 1390-1402.

Folio from a Divan (collected poems) by Hafiz (d. 1390); recto: text, Poem of wisdom of love, beauty, and celebration of time; verso: illustration and text, Feast of 'id Calligrapher: Sultan Muhammad Nur Artist: Shaykhzade Medium: Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper Dimensions: H x W: 30 x 18.9 cm (11 13/16 x 7 7/16 in) Type: Manuscript Origin: Herat, Afghanistan Topic: music, Safavid period (1501 - 1722), eating, celebration, poem, courtier, garden…

One of the five stories related in Nizami's Khamsa (Five Tales) concerns the love affair between the Iranian king Khusrau and the Armenian princess Shirin. This beautifully-detailed painting captures the moment when Khusrau first catches sight of Shirin, bathing in a stream

Herat, Afghanistan Herat dates back to the Avestan times and was traditionally known for its wine. The city has a number of historic sites. During the Middle Ages Herat became one of the important cities of Khorasan, as it was known as the Pearl of Khorasan.

Persian miniature: National Art Treasure The art of Persian miniature dates back to the Mongol and Timurid periods (13th - 16th Century) when Mongolian rulers of Iran instilled the cult of Chinese painting and brought with them a great number of Chinese artisans. Later Iranian artists brought innovations in this art and expand it through establishing several schools such as Shiraz school, Herat school, Tabriz school, Qazvin school and Isfahan school. #iFilm

Herat, Afghanistan: Herat dates back to the Avestan times and was traditionally known for its wine. The city has a number of historic sites. During the Middle Ages Herat became one of the important cities of Khorasan, as it was known as the Pearl of Khorasan

The Son Who Mourned His Father: Folio from the Mantiq al-tair (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din 'Attar, Timurid period (1370–1507), dated A.H. 892 / A.D. 1487

How the women of Afghanistan are saving the silk weaving tradition

An Afghan worker weaves a carpet in a traditional factory in Zandajan district of Herat province during a process which dates back thousands of years