Ab~ CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

list of all the figure and plate images in the Ab entries

 

Ab~ ENTRIES: CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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ĀB iii. The hydrology and water resources of the Iranian plateau  

Figure 1. Major topographical features of Iran.

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Figure 2. Annual precipitation of Iran.

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Figure 3. Major drainage basins of Iran.

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Figure 4. Annual water surplus (precipitation-evapotranspiration) of Iran.

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Figure 5. River regime hydrographs for four gauging stations along the Zāyanda River.

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Figure 6. Cross-section and plan of a qanāt.

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Figure 7. The major reservoir dams of Iran.

AB-ANBĀR i. History

Figure 8. Cistern at Anaw Associated with the Mosque Dated to 861/1456 (after Pugachenkova).

AB-ANBĀR i.

Figure 9. Cistern of the Moṣallā at Nāʾīn (ca. 13th/19th century; after Seyhoun).

ĀB-E GARM

Figure 10. Sites of Some Major Thermal Springs in Iran.

ĀBĀDĀN ii. The Modern City

Figure 11. The Quarters of Ābādān (Revue géographique de l’Est, 1964, p. 338.).

ĀBĀDĀN ii. 

Figure 12. Residential Population of Ābādān (a dot represents 1,000 inhabitants; source: the census of 1335 Š./1956 and other documents; Revue géographique de l’Est, 1964, p. 346).

ĀBĀDĀN ii.

Figure 13. Commercial Establishments and Shop Areas in Ābādān (indicated by dark areas; Revue géographique de l’Est, 1964, p. 348).

ABBA ISAIAH

Figure 1. E. A. W. Budge, The Book of Paradise . . ., vol. II, London, 1904.

ʿABBĀSĪ, ŠAYḴ

Plate I. Miniature Painting of an Acrobat and a Tambourine Player by Šayḵ ʿAbbāsī (The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, MS 47-14).

ʿABD-AL-ʿAZĪZ B. ʿABD-AL-VAHHĀB

PLATE II. Miniature Painting “A Sultan in his Palace” by ʿAbd-al-ʿAzīz b. ʿAbd-al-Vahhāb (Bib. Nat., Suppl. pers. 1572, p. 2).

ʿABD-AL-KARĪM ḴᵛĀRAZMĪ 

Plate III. Calligraphy of ʿAbd-al-Karīm Ḵᵛārazmī (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Alexander Smith Cochran, 1913).

ʿABD-AL-RAZZĀQ

Plate IV. The Night Journey of the Prophet Moḥammad, Miniature Painting Attributed to ʿAbd-al-Razzāq (The British Library, Or. 6810, fol. 5v).

ʿABD-AL-ṢAMAD ŠĪRĀZĪ

PLATE V. Jamšīd Writing on a Rock, by ʿAbd-al-Ṣamad Šīrāzī (Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 63.4r).

ʿABD-AL-ṢAMAD ŠĪRĀZĪ   

Plate VI. Camel Fight, after a painting by Behzād, by ʿAbd-al-Ṣamad Šīrāzī (provenance unknown).

ʿABD-AL-VĀḤED MAŠHADĪ 

Plate VII. Calligraphy of ʿAbd-al-Vāḥed Mašhadī (Topkapi Saray Library, Hazine 299, fol. 20b.).

ʿABDALLĀH BOḴĀRĪ

Plate VIII. Discussion in a Mosque, by ʿAbdallāh Boḵārī (William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, Kansas City, Missouri, no. 43-5).

ʿABDALLĀH ṢAYRAFĪ

Plate IX. Calligraphy of ʿAbdallāh Ṣayrafī (Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, MS no. 1468, fol. 46r).

ʿABDALLĀH ŠĪRĀZĪ 

Plate X. Illuminated Heading by ʿAbdallāh Šīrāzī (Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., no. 46.12, fol. 84b).

ABRĪŠAM ii. Trade and production of silk and its use in crafts  

Figure 14. Silk Production by Ostān—1973.

ABRĪŠAM ii.

Figure 15. Sericulture in Gīlān—1973.

ABRĪŠAM iii. Silk textiles in Iran

Plate XI/1. Mid-Sasanian Silk, Probably Early 6th Century, from Antinoopolis (Victoria Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Uppsala University, acc. no. 2752).

ABRĪŠAM iii. 

Plate XI/2. Late Sasanian Silk (6th-7th Century) Showing Scaling (Musée du Louvre, Paris, acc. no. MG1138).

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Plate XII/1. Tunic Inscribed with the Name of the Buyid Bahāʾ-al-dawla, ca. 1000 A.D., from the Naqqāraḵāna of Ray (The Textile Museum of the District of Columbia, acc. no. 3.116).

ABRĪŠAM iii. 

Plate XII/2. Panel of Zandanīǰī Silk, 8th-9th Century (Victoria and Albert Museum, no. 763-1893).

ABRĪŠAM iii. 

Plate XIII/1. Saljuq Silk from the Naqqāraḵāna of Ray, 11th Century, with Ascension Motif (Dumbarton Oaks Collection, acc. no. 30.1).

ABRĪŠAM iii. 

Plate XIII/2. Safavid Satin Panel Illustrating the Story of Laylā and Maǰnūn (inscribed ʿamal-e Ḡīāṯ on the howdah), 16th Century (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, acc. no. 28.17).

ABU’L-ḤASAN KHAN ḠAFFĀRĪ

Plate XIV. Portrait of ʿEmād-al-dawla Emām-qolī Khan by Abu’l-Ḥasan Khan Ḡaffārī; oil on canvas (formerly in the possession of Christie, Manson and Woods Ltd.).

ABU’L-ḤASAN NĀDER-AL-ZAMĀN

Plate XV. Jahāngīr's Dream of Shah 'Abbās I's Visit, by Abu'l-Ḥasan Nāder-al-zamān (courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.).

ABU’L-QĀSEM SAʿĪD

Plate XVI. Colophon Page of a Koran, Signed by Abu'l-Qāsem Saʿid (The British Library, London, Add. 7214, fol. 74).

ABŪ ṬĀHER

Plate XVII. Bowl Signed by Bū Ṭāher Ḥosayn (G. Wiet, L'Epigraphie arabe de l'exposition d'art persan du Caire, Cairo, 1935, p. 6, no. 10, pl. III).

ABYĀNA

Plate XVIII. M. Siroux's Reconstruction of the Temple of Abyāna (Iranica Antiqua 7, 1967, plate XVI).

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