E~ CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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E ENTRIES: CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

 

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EAGLES i. Species In Persia and Afghanistan

Plate LX.* Pallas’s fish eagle.

EAGLES i. 

Plate LXI.* The short-toed eagle.

EAGLES i. 

Plate LXII.* The spotted eagle.

EAGLES i. 

Plate LXIII.* The booted eagle.

EAGLES i. 

Plate LXIV.* Bonelli’s eagle.

EARTHQUAKES i. In Afghanistan

Figure 31. Seismic map of Persia and Afghanistan. Main map: seismicity in Persia and Afghanistan. (1) Areas affected by historical destructive earthquakes (tentative). (2) Major destructive earthquakes. (3) Main transform faults (the arrows indicate their directions). (4) Thrust surfaces. Inset: distribution of free-standing structures built in Persia before the 16th century. (5) Existent structures. (6) Ruined structures.
(After Ambrasyes and Melville, p. 149)

EARTHQUAKES iv. The historical record of earthquakes in Persia

Figure 32. Seismicity of Persia. (By the author)

EAST AFRICA i.Economic, political, and cultural relations through 1900

Plate LXV.* Meḥrāb of mosque at Kizimkazi, Dimbari, Zanzibar, dated 500/1107, with a Kufic inscription very similar to those found in Sīrāf and Shiraz. (Courtesy of M. Horton.)

ʿEBĀDĪ, AḤMAD

PLATE LXVI.* Aḥmad ʿEbādī plays the setār, Tehran. Photograph Faḵr-al-Dīn Faḵr-al-Dīnī, courtesy of M. Kasheff.

EBN AL-ʿEBRĪ, ABU’L-FARAJ

Figure 1. P. Bedjan, ed., Ktaba d-maktbanut zabne = Gregorii Barhebraei chronicon syriacum; e codd. mss. emendatum ac punctis vocalibus adnotationibusque locupletatum / d-sim l-Mar Grigorios bar ʻEbraya, Paris, 1890.

EBN ELYĀS, MANṢŪR

Figure 1. Viscera and venous system: full-size figure from the Tašrīḥ-e mansūrī, pen, ink, and watercolor on paper, anonymous, n.d. Wellcome MS Per. 612, n.d. (Courtesy of the Wellcome Institute Library, London)

EBN ELYĀS, MANṢŪR

Figure 2. Musculature: full-size figure from the Tašrīḥ-e mansūrī, pen, ink, and watercolor on paper, anonymous, n.d. Wellcome MS Per. 612, n.d. (Courtesy of the Wellcome Institute Library, London)

EBN ELYĀS, MANṢŪR

Figure 3. Skeleton: full-size figure from the Tašrīḥ-e mansūrī, pen, ink, and watercolor on paper, anonymous, n.d. Wellcome MS Per. 612, n.d. (Courtesy of the Wellcome Institute Library, London)

EBN ELYĀS, MANṢŪR

Figure 4. Nervous system: full-size figure from the Tašrīḥ-e mansūrī, pen, ink, and watercolor on paper, anonymous, n.d. Wellcome MS Per. 612, n.d. (Courtesy of the Wellcome Institute Library, London)

ECOLOGY

Figure 1. Areas of water surplus in Persia (in mm). After Carter, Thornthwhite, and Mather.

ECOLOGY

Figure 2. Agriculture and natural resources in the Middle East. After Pabot.

EDESSA.

Figure 1. Edessa, in detail of map of the Parthian empire at its greatest extent, in George Rawlinson, The Seven Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World, Vol 6.: Parthia, New York, 1885.

EDMONDS, C. J.

Figure 1. Drawing of C. J. Edmonds

EDUCATION xiii. Rural and tribal schools

Plate I. Staff and students of the Ḵorrāmābād tribal boarding facility, 1929.

EDUCATION xxviii. IN TAJIKISTAN

Figure 1. Classroom in a Kulab school, where Tajik is the medium of instruction, March 2007. (Courtesy of Maryam Borjian)

EDUCATION xxviii. IN TAJIKISTAN

Figure 2. Classroom in Yuri Gagarin School in Dushanbe, where Russian is the medium of instruction, March 2007. (Courtesy of Maryam Borjian)

EGYPT iii. Relations in the Seleucid and Parthian periods

Figure 1. W. Dittenberger, Orientis Graeci Inscriptiones Selectae I, Leipzig, 1903, no. 54.

EGYPT iv Relations in the Sassanian period

Figure 1. B. T. A. Evetts, ed. and tr., The Churches and Monasteries of Egypt and Some Neighbouring Countries, Attributed to Abū Ṣāliḥ, the Armenian, Oxford, 1895.

EGYPT vi. Artistic relations with Persia in the Islamic period

Plate I. Cairo, Mosque of al-Nāṣer Muḥammad on the Citadel (1318-35), top of northwest minaret showing tile decoration. Courtesy of Jonathan M. Bloom.

EGYPT vi. Artistic relations ...

Plate II. Cairo, “Solṭānīya” complex, eastern mausoleum, ca. 1350, showing bulbous ribbed dome, band of square Kufic on the drum, and floral arabesques between the windows. Courtesy of Jonathan M. Bloom.

EGYPT vi. Artistic relations ...

Plate III. The Koran of Baybars Jowšangīr, folio 2r from ms. Add. 22411. By permission of The British Library.

EGYPT vii. Political and religious relations with Persia in the modern period

Figure 1. Photograph of Khedive Esmāʿīl (A. B. de Guerville, New Egypt, London, 1905, p. 95).

EGYPT vii. Political and religious relations ...

Figure 2. Photograph of Khedive Tawfīq (A. B. de Guerville, New Egypt, London, 1905, p. 105).

EḤTEŠĀM-AL-SALṬANA

Plate I. Eḥtešām-al-Salṭana.

EILERS, WILHELM 

Plate I. Wilhelm Eilers.

ELAM i. The history of Elam

Figure 1. Map of Elam ca. 2000 BCE.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Figure 1. Major settlements in Elam and adjacent areas, ca 3000-2000 B.C.E.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Figure 2. Major settlements in Elam and adjacent areas, ca 2000-640 B.C.E.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Figure 3. Plan of the Middle Elamite building at Anshan (Tal-e Malyān). after Carter, 1996, fig.6.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate I. Undeciphered Proto-Elamite tablet, Malyan, no. M-1000. Photograph courtesy of William M. Sumner.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate II. Aerial view of Susa showing the Acropole, foreground the Apadana, and background part of the Ville Royal. Photograph courtesy of William M. Sumner.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate III. Wall painting, Malyan, operation ABC, Level III, Proto-Elamite period. Photograph courtesy of William M. Sumner.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate IV. Kaftari painted pot, Malyan, Operation H5, no. M.1437; height 53.4 cm. Photograph courtesy of William M. Sumner.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate V. Painted clay head from Haft Tepe, Middle Elamite I; height 28 cm. Photograph courtesy of Ezat O. Negahban

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate VI. Middle Elamite tablet, Malyan, no. Mf.B64, length 6.8 cm, width 4.4 cm, thickness 2.1 cm. Photograph courtesy of William M. Sumner.

ELAM ii. The archeology of Elam

Plate VII. Bronze model known as “sit šamši, Susa,” Middle Elamite II-III, Musée du Louvre, Paris, no.sb 2743 60x40 cm.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Figure 1. Proto-Elamite administrative account of four sheep herds. (Scheil, 1905, no. 212; scale 1:2).

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Figure 2. A proto-Elamite account of cereal rations for labor gangs of two supervisors (Scheil, 1905 no. 4997; scale 1:2).

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Figure 3. Complex rotation of the proto-Elamite account (Scheil, 1905, no. 4997).

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Figure 4. Numerical sign systems attested in the proto-Elamite text corpus (Damerow and Englund, 1989, 18-30; the numbers located above the arrows indicate how many respective units were replaced by the next higher unit). In the capacity system, the basic sign (Symbol 2) (= “1” in the systems qualifying discrete units) may have represented ca. 25 liters of grain.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 1.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 2.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 3.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 4.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 5.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 6.

ELAM iii. Proto-Elamite

Symbol 7.

ELAM iv. Linear Elamite

Figure 1. Linear Elamite text A, from the “table au lion” (Sb 17) in the Musée du Louvre, Paris. It is written from right to left and from top to bottom.

ELAM iv. Linear Elamite

Symbol 10.

ELAM iv. Linear Elamite

Symbol 8.

ELAM iv. Linear Elamite

Symbol 9.

ELĪJĀ BAR ŠĪNĀJĀ

Figure 1. Opus chronologicum, ed. and tr. E. W. Brooks, Scriptores Syriacae, 3rd ser., VII, Paris, 1910.

ELQĀNIĀN, ḤABIB

Figure 1. Photograph of Ḥabib Elqāniān.

ELWELL-SUTTON, LAURENCE PAUL

Figure 1. Photograph of Laurence Paul Elwell-Sutton.

ʿEMĀD ḤASANĪ, MĪR, ʿEMĀD-AL-MOLK 

Plate I. Page (folio 1 verso) from an album of moraqqaʿāt, signed by Mīr ʿEmād Ḥasanī. Text area 18.2 x 10.8 cm. Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, MS 609. Photograph courtesy of David Khalili.

EMAMI, KARIM

Figure 1. Photograph of Karim Emami. Courtesy of the author.

EMĀMĪ, Sayyed ḤASAN

Figure 1. Photograph of Sayyed Ḥasan Emāmī.

EMMERICK, RONALD ERIC

Figure 1. Photograph of Ronald Eric Emmerick. Courtesy of the author.

ENAMEL

Plate 3a. Amulet box; gold with repoussé work and polychrome enamel, 2.9 x 4.9 cm; Persia, early 19th century. The Brooklyn Museum, no. 86.193, Gift of Mrs. Carl L. Selden, the Middle East Special Fund, and an anonymous donor in memory of Charles K. Wilkinson. Photograph courtesy of The Brooklyn Museum.

ENAMEL

Plate I. Portrait of Nāder Shah; oil on canvas, 162 x 102 cm; Persia, second quarter of the 18th century. By courtesy of the Board of Trustees of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, no. I.M. 20-1919.

ENAMEL

Plate II. Dagger sheath with busts and floral designs; gold with polychrome enamel, length 41.2 cm; Persia, mid-18th century. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, no. OP-194. After Ivanov, Lukonin, and Smesova, pl. 88.

ENAMEL

Plate IIIb. Qalīān top, by Moḥammad Kāẓem, ca. 1870-80, Gold with enamel painting, B. W. Robinson Collection. 

ENAMEL

Plate IIIc. Base of a qalīān; gold with polychrome enamel, height 20.2 cm. Tehran, mid-19th century. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, no. V3-296. After Ivanov, Lukonin, and Smesova, pl. 114.

ENAMEL

Plate IV. Covered Bowl, saucer and spoon with astrological motifs, signed by Moḥammad Bāqer. Enameled gold, Persia, early 19th century. Made for Fatḥ-ʿAlī Shah. Bowl: H: 2 in.; W: 3 in. Saucer: D: 5 in. Spoon: L: 5 1/4 in. Photograph courtesy of L. Diba.

ENTEẒĀM, ʿABD-ALLĀH and NAṢR-ALLĀH

Figure 1.  Photograph of ʿAbd-Allāh Enteẓām.

ENTEẒĀM, ʿABD-ALLĀH and NAṢR-ALLĀH

Figure 2.  Photograph of Naṣr-Allāh Enteẓām.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate I. Partially forested mountain slopes in eastern Gīlān province. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate II. Erosion and degradation of forested slopes illustrated in Plate I. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate III. Steppic type of range area after protection in eastern part of Golestān National Park in 1974. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate IV. Moving sand dunes engulfing farming area of MesÂr village, south of the Dašt-e Kavīr. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate V. Dama mesopotamica. Persian fallow deer in the Dašt-e Nāz National Park. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate VI. Acynonix jubatus. Persian cheetah. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

Plate VII. Crocodylus palustris. Nahang or Persian marsh crocodile in the Bāhū Kalāt Protected Area in Baluchistan. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION i. In Persia

PLATE VIII. Flamingos in Lake Urmia National Park. Photograph courtesy of E. Firouz.

EPIGRAPHY i. Old Persian and Middle Iranian epigraphy

Figure 1. Trilingual Middle Persian-Greek-Parthian inscription of Ardašīr and Ohrmazd/Zeus at Naqš-e Rostam.

EPIGRAPHY i. Old Persian and Middle Iranian epigraphy

Figure 2. Trilingual Middle Persian-Parthian-Greek inscription of Šāpūr at Naqš-e Rajab.

EPIGRAPHY iii. Arabic inscriptions in Persia

Plate I. Simple Kufic engraved at Persepolis in 344/955-56. Photograph after Blair, 1992, p. 222, plate 11.

EPIGRAPHY iii. Arabic inscriptions in Persia

Plate II. Detail of inscriptions on the stucco mehrāb dated 710/1310-11 in the winter hall of the mosque at Isfahan. Photograph courtesy of the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Herzfeld Archives, no. 2136.

EPIGRAPHY iii. Arabic inscriptions in Persia

Plate III. Detail of bordered Kufic inscription from the madrasa at Ḵargerd, ca. 465-70/107-12. Photograph courtesy of the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Herzfeld Archives, no. 2736.

EPIGRAPHY iii. Arabic inscriptions in Persia

Plate IV. Various scripts on an inlaid bronze pen-box; eastern Persia, 607/1210: human-headed nasḵ with good wishes around the base, and signature of the artist and date in ornithomomorphic Kufic above. Freer Gallery, 36.7. Photograph courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

EPIGRAPHY iv. Safavid and later inscriptions

Plate VIII. Double cloth. 16th century. The Textile Museum, Washington, D. C. Photograph courtesy of the Textile Museum.

EPIGRAPHY iv. Safavid and later inscriptions

Plate V. Isfahan. Hārūn-e welāyat. Tomb entrance. Photograph courtesy of S. Babaie.

EPIGRAPHY iv. Safavid and later inscriptions

Plate VI. Isfahan. Rokn-al-Molk Mosque. Entrance portal. Photograph courtesy of S. Babaie.

EPIGRAPHY iv. Safavid and later inscriptions

Plate VII. Isfahan. Masjed-e Ḥakīm. Meḥrab. Inscription signed by Moḥammad-Reżā Emāmī. Photograph courtesy of S. Babaie.

EPʿREM KHAN

Figure 1. Photograph of Epʿrem Khan. Photograph courtesy of A. Arkoun.

EQBĀL ĀŠTĪĀNĪ, ʿABBĀS

Figure 1.  Photograph of ʿAbbās Eqbāl Āštīānī.

EQBĀL, MANŪČEHR

Figure 1.  Photograph of Manūčehr Eqbāl.

EREVAN ii. The Persian khanate of Erevan

Plate I. View of Erevan in 1796 by G. Sergeevich. Courtesy of Aram Arkoun.

ERFAN, HASAN

Figure 1. Image of Ḥasan Erfān. (Source: Navisandagoni Tojikiston, Dushanbe, 1971, p. 105).

ERZİ, ADNAN SADIK

Figure 1. Adnan Sadik Erzi. Courtesy of the authors.

ESFAHANI, JALEH

Figure 1. Photograph of Jaleh Esfahani.

ESKANDARĪ, ĪRAJ

Figure 1. Īraj Eskandarī. Photograph courtesy of H. Behzadi

ESKANDARĪ, MOḤTARAM

Figure 1. Mohtaram Eskandarī. Photograph courtesy of Mehrangīz Dawlatšāhī.

ESKANDARĪ, SOLAYMĀN (MOḤSEN) MĪRZĀ

Figure 1. Solaymān Mīrzā Eskandarī. Photograph courtesy of C. Chaqueri.

ESKENĀS

Figure 1. Example of a bījak dated 2 Rabīʿ II 1297/13 March 1880. After M. Nassiri and A-A. Jahanshahi, The History of the National Bank of Iran, n.p., n.d.

ESKENĀS

Plate I. Unadopted design for face of 50 pahnabādī note of the Imperial Bank of Persia. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate II. Design for reverse of the 50 pahnabādī note. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate III. Photograph of Imperial Bank of Persia 20 šāhī note. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate IV. Counterfeit two toman note. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate IX. Example of first series of Bānk-e mellī one hundred rial notes with portrait of Reżā Shah. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate V. Authentic three toman note of the type shown in Plate IV. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate VI. One toman note printed by Waterlow and Son Ltd. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate VII. Ten toman note printed by Waterlow and Son Ltd. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate VIII. Fifty toman note printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson Co. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate X. Redesigned Bānk-e mellī one hundred rial note with mention of gold parity. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate XI. Specimen of ten thousand rial note (never circulated). Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate XII. Bānk-e mellī one thousand rial note in first series with portrait of Moḥammad-Reżā Shah. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate XIII. One toman note (in Azeri Turkish) issued by Republic of Azerbayjan Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate XIV. Guaranteed check in amount of five thousand rials issued by Bānk-e mellī in lieu of bank note. Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate XV. Reverse of two hundred rial note with six-pointed star (withdrawn from circulation). Courtesy of A. Shargi.

ESKENĀS

Plate XVI. Central Bank post-Revolutionary one thousand rial note with portrait of shah and watermark overprinted. Courtesy of H. Azinfar.

ESKENĀS

Plate XVII. Redesigned Central Bank two hundred rial note showing shrine of Imam Reżā. After F. Faraḥbaḵš, Rahnamā-ye eskenāshā-ye Īrān, 2nd. ed., Tehran, 1363 Š./1984, p. 106.

ESKENĀS

Plate XVIII. Ten thousand rial note with portrait of Āyatallāh Ḵomeynī. Courtesy of H. Azinfar.

ESMĀʿĪL I ṢAFAWĪ i. Biography

Figure 1. The battle of Čalderān: wall painting by the 18th-century artist Ostād Ṣādeq Naqqāπ (Eser-e Ostad Sadiq Naqqash). It decorates one of the reception rooms in the Čehel Sotun Palace, Isfahan. (Printed by Bonyād-e Yādgarhā-ye Farhangi.)

ESPAHBOD, ALI-REZA

Figure 1. Espahbod at his 50th Birthday.

ESPAHBOD, ALI-REZA

Figure 2. Espahbod with Ahmad Shamlou, 1996, Tehran.

ESPAHBOD, ALI-REZA

Figure 3. Crop of Red Horn (Man-cow), 120 × 80 cm, oil on canvas, 1994.

ESPAHBOD, ALI-REZA

Figure 4. Crows, 120 × 80 cm, oil on canvas, 1975.

ESPAHBOD, ALI-REZA

Figure 5. My Deer, 125 × 125 cm, oil on canvas, 1995.

ESPAHBOD, ALI-REZA

Figure 6. Untitled, black and White drawing, 1989.

ʿEŠQĪ, MOḤAMMAD-REŻĀ MĪRZĀDA

Figure 1. Photograph of Moḥammad-Reżā ʿEšqī.

EṢṬAḴR i. History and archaeology

Plate I. Aerial view of Eṣṭaḵr. Oriental Institute aerial survey of Iran field negative AE-57. Courtesy of The Oriental Institute of The University of Chicago.

EṢṬAḴR i. History and archaeology

Plate II. Aerial view of Naqš-e Rostam. Oriental Institute aerial survey of Iran field negative AE-278. Courtesy of The Oriental Institute of The University of Chicago.

EʿTEMĀD-AL-DAWLA, ĀQĀ KHAN NŪRĪ

Figure 1. Watercolor of Āqā Khan Nūrī Eʿtemād-al-Dawla by Ṣanīʿ-al-Molk, British Library, Or. 4938, F11. By permission of the British Library.

EʿTEṢAMĪ, PARVĪN 

Figure 1. Photograph of Parvīn Eʿteṣamī. Photograph courtesy of Heshmat Moayyad.

ETHÉ, CARL HERMANN

Figure 1. Photograph of Hermann Ethé (back row, left) with unidentified staff members of the university at Aberystwyth, Wales. After I. Morgan, ed., The College by the Sea, Aberystwyth, 1928. Courtesy of R. Brinkley, Hug h Owen Library, The University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

ETHÉ, CARL HERMANN

Plate I. Cartoon of Hermann Ethé. After Ap Rhobert, The A berdons: Twelve Caricatures, Aberystwyth, 1912. Courtesy of R. Brinkley, Hugh Owen Library, University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

ETHIOPIA

Figure 1. Gold coin of King Kaleb/Ǝllā Eṣbəḥa of Aksum, the "Hellestheaeus" of Procopius. Obv.: bust of the king crowned, framed in wheatstalks; inscription: "King Kaleb"; rev.: bust of the king capped; inscription: "Son of Thezenas." (B.M. 1915,0108.80; W. Prideaux, “The Coins of the Axumite Dynasty," Numismatic Chronicle, ser. 3, vol. 4, 1884, pp. 205-19, Plate X, 12; for refs., see G. Fiaccadori, “Kaleb,” in Encyclopaedia Aethiopica: He-N, Wiesbaden, 2003, pp. 329-32).

ETHNOGRAPHY (text)

Plate I. Girls returning to transhumant summer camp with firewood they have collected to use for milk processing. Towrān, Semnān.

ETHNOGRAPHY (text)

Plate II. Men making ḥalīm (q.v.) for ʿĀšū;rā. Bāḡestān, Towrān, Semnān.

ETHNOGRAPHY (text)

Plate III. Workers restoring the domed mud roof of a village house. Gowdjū, Towrān, Semnān.

ETHNOGRAPHY (text)

Plate IV. Spinning goathair and saddle making. Towrān, Semnan.

ETHNOGRAPHY (text)

Plate V. Cleaning grapes for šīra (grape syrup). Towrān, Semn ān.

ETHNOGRAPHY (text)

Plate VI. Winnowing wheat. Towrān, Semnān.

EṬṬELĀʿĀT

Plate I. The first issue of Eṭṭelāʿāt. Courtesy of M. Zarnegar.

ETTINGHAUSEN, RICHARD 

Figure 1. Richard Ettinghausen. Photograph courtesy of Mrs. Ettinghausen.

EUGENIUS

Figure 1. P. Bedjan, Acta martyrum et sanctorum III, Paris and Leipzig, 1892, cover and p. 472.

EXCAVATIONS iii. In Central Asia 

Figure 1. Map of Central Asia showing archeological sites.

EXCAVATIONS iv. In Chinese Turkestan

Figure 1. Archeological sites in Chinese Turkestan.

ʿEZZ-AL-DAWLA, ʿABD-AL-ṢAMAD MĪRZĀ

Figure 1. ʿAbd-al-Ṣamad Mīrzā ʿEzz-al-Dawla. After ʿAyn a-al-Salṭana, Rūz-nāma-ye ḵāṭerāt-e ʿAyn-al-Salṭana, ed. M. Sālūr and Ī. Afšār, Tehran, 1374 Š./1995.

ʿEZZAT-AL-DAWLA, MALEKAZĀDA ḴĀNOM

Figure 1. ʿEzzat-al-Dawla. After B. Ātābāy, Fehrest-e& ālbomhā-ye Ketāb-ḵāna-ye salṭanatī, Tehran, 2537=1357 Š./1978, album no. 289, p. 16.

*In the printed volume VII, this image is erroneously labeled with a plate number less by 10 than its true sequence number among the plates in the volume.

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