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IBEX, PERSIAN

Plate I. Twelve-year-old male Persian ibex in the Baḵtegān Wildlife Refuge, Fārs, 1975 (photograph courtesy of Hušang Żiāʾi).

IL-KHANIDS ii. Architecture

Plate I. Marāḡa, a panoramic view of the observatory complex. After Varjāvand, p. 401.

IL-KHANIDS ii. Architecture

Plate II. Marāḡa, reconstructed tower of the observatory. After Varjāvand, facing p. 322.

IL-KHANIDS ii. Architecture

Plate III. Azerbaijan, plan of Taḵt-e Solaymān archeological site. After Huff, p. 213.

IL-KHANIDS ii. Architecture

Plate IV. Tabriz, Mosque of ʿAli Shah, qebla wall from rear. Courtesy of the author.

IL-KHANIDS ii. Architecture

Plate V. Solṭāniya, mausoleum of Sultan Öljeytü, exterior. After Survey of Persian Art VIII, p. 381.

IL-KHANIDS ii. Architecture

Plate VI. Solṭāniya, mausoleum of Sultan Öjeytü, interior. After Survey of Persian Art VIII, p. 382.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate I. Left-hand side frontispiece from the Tāriḵ-e jahāngošā, Iraq, probably Baghdad, 689/1290. Courtesy of Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, MSS. Or., Suppl. persan 205, fol. 2r.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate II.  "The Simorḡ,” Marāḡa, 697 or 699/ca. 1297-1300, illustration from the Manāfeʿ-e ḥayawān. Courtesy of The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, Ms. M. 500, fol. 55r.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate III. "The tale of the river Nile,” Iraq, possibly Mosul, ca. 1295-1330, illustration from the <em>ʿAjāʾeb al-maḵluqāt wa ḡarāʾeb al-mawjudāt</em>. Courtesy of The British Library, London, Or. 14140, fol. 62v.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate IV.  "The investiture of ʿAli at Ghadir Khumm,” northern Iraq or northwestern Iran, 707/1307-08, illustration from the <em>Ketāb al-āṯār al-bāqia ʿan al-qorun al-ḵālia</em>. Courtesy of Edinburgh University Library, Ms Arab 161, fol. 162r.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate V.  "Mountains between Tibet and India,” illustration from the <em>Jāmeʿ al-tawāri˙k,  Tabriz, 714/1314-15. Courtesy of The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, London, MSS 727, fol. 261r.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate VI.   "The conquest of Baghdad,” illustration from the Diez Albums, Iran, 14th century. Courtesy of Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin–Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Orientabteilung, Diez A fol. 70, S. 7.

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate VII.  "The Funeral of Isfandiyar,” illustration from the Great Mongol <em>Šāh-nāma</em>, Iran, probably Tabriz, ca. 1330s. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1933, inv. 33.70. 

IL-KHANIDS iii. Book Illustration

Plate VIII. "Rostam slaying Šagad,” illustration from the Great Mongol <em>Šāh-nāma</em>, Iran, probably Tabriz, ca. 1330s. Courtesy of The British Museum, London, inv. 1948.12-11.025.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate I. Lajvardina tile ca. 1310. Reżā ʿAbbāsi Museum, Tehran.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate II. Lajvardina jug. Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate III. Part of a blue and white inscriptional tile dated 722/1322. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate IV. "Syrian” ware, a pilgrim flask dated Rajab 671/January-February 1273. Reżā ʿAbbāsi Museum, Tehran.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate V. Large “Syrian” ware dish (706/1306-07?). Private collection, Geneva.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate VI. Colored Ground ware bowl. Reżā ʿAbbāsi Museum, Tehran.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate VII. Panel of molded luster star tiles with flowers and birds in flight and Koranic inscriptions. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

IL-KHANIDS iv. Ceramics

Plate VIII. ʿErāq ware lotus bowl with radial designs. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

ILĀM i. Geography - ii. -- i. Geography

Figure 1. Ilām Province. Map adapted from Sāzmān-e barnāma wa budja-ye Ostān-e Ilām, 1999, p. seh; Markaz-e Āmār-e Irān, Farhang-e ābādihā-ye kešvar XXII, Farmāndārihā-ye koll-e Hamadān wa Ilām, Tehran, 1970, “Map no. 1, naqša-ye ʿomumi-e Farmāndāri-e koll-e Ilām”; Afšār-Sistāni, 1993, pp. 508, 515, 524, 536, 543.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate I. Bahrām Gōr kills the lion-monkey (šir-e gopi) before the Indian ruler Šangol; Šāh-nāma, possibly India, ca.1300 or later. Courtesy of Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, MS. 104, fol. 62. After Simpson, 1979, pl. 41.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate II. The Saka king and Kalaka converse; Kālakācārya-kathā, ca. 1400. Courtesy of Prince of Wales Museum, Bombay, Ms. 55.65. After Barrett and Gray, p. 57.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate III. The treacherous vizier repulsed by the Queen; Hašt behešt of Amir Ḵosrow Dehlavi, ca. 1450. Courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., no. 59.1. After Ettinghausen, 1961, plate 1.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate IV. he dead Canda mourned by her lover Loraka; a leaf from a dispersed Candāyana or Laur Chanda by Dāʾud, ca. 1550. Courtesy of Bellak Collection, Philadelphia Penn. After Ehnbom, no. 3.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate V. Ḡiāṯ-al-Din Ḵalji instructs the women of his household in the preparation of food; Neʿmat-nāma, early 16th century. Courtesy of the British Library, Persian Ms. no. 142. After Barrett and Gray, p. 61.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate VI. Akbar and Homāyun in tree house, by ʿAbd-al-Ṣamad, ca. 963/1555. Courtesy of Golestān Library, Tehran. After Survey of Persian Art, pl. 912.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate VII. An old wrestler defeats an arrogant student, by Shaykhem, 974/1566-67; Saʿdi’s Golestān. Courtesy of the British Library, Or. 5302, fol. 30a. After Martin, pl. 146.

INDIA xx. Persian Influences on Indian Painting

Plate VIII. A prisoner in a wooden yoke, by Farrukh Beg, ca. 1580. Courtesy of Musée Guimet, Paris. After Martin, pl. 84.

INDIA xxi. Indian Influences on Persian Painting

Plate X. Prince Dārā Šokōh, by Shaikh ʿAbbāsi, Isfahan, 1080/1670-71. Courtesy of the Keir Collection, London. After Robinson, 1976a, III, p. 395, pl. 90.

INDIA xxi. Indian Influences on Persian Painting

Plate XI. Portrait of ʿAliqoli Khan, by Moḥammad Khan, 1670/1659-60. Courtesy of Art and History Trust Collection, on loan to Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington D.C. After Abolala Soudavar, 1992, p. 373, no. 150.

INDO-PARTHIAN DYNASTY

Figure 1. Parthian monogram.

INDO-PARTHIAN DYNASTY

Figure 2. Indo-Parthian device (tamga).

INDO-PARTHIAN DYNASTY

Plate I. Examples of the Indo-Parthian coin series.  a. Seistan region, Gondophares, silver drachm, diam. 2.5 cm. b. Seistan region, Gondophares-Sases, silver drachm, diam. 2.5 cm. c. Marv mint, Sanabares (II), copper drachm, diam. 2 cm. d. Begram mint, Gondophares, copper tetradrachm, diam. 2.3 cm. e. Kandahar mint, Sases, copper tetradrachm, diam. 2.3 cm. f. Kandahar mint, Ubouzanes, copper tetradrachm. g. Kandahar mint, Sarpedones, copper tetradrachm. h. Kandahar mint, Sanabares (I), copper tetradrachm. i. Kandahar mint, late Indo-Parthian king, copper tetradrachm. j. Kandahar mint, late Indo-Parthian king, copper tetradrachm. k. Gandhara, Taxila mint, Gondophares, billon tetradrachm. l. Gandhara, Taxila mint, Abdagases (I), billon tetradrachm. m. Jammu mint, Ubouzanes, billon drachm. n. Jammu mint, Sarpedones, billon drachm.

INDO-SCYTHIAN DYNASTY

Plate I. Coins of the Indo-Scythians and related: silver tetradrachms (where not otherwise stated). 1. Æ, 22 x 24 mm, Artemidoros, son of Maues. 2. 25 mm, Maues. 3. 29 mm, Maues. 4. 30 mm, Maues. 5. 26 mm, Machene with Maues. 6. 28 mm, Strato with Agathocleia. 7. 28 mm, Hermaios with Calliope. 8. 26 mm, Artemidoros. 9. 29 mm, Posthumous-Hermaios. 10. 26 mm, Vonones with Spalahores. 11. 26 mm, Azilises. 12. 12 mm, Telephos. (All coins from the collection of the author).

INSECTIVORES

Figure 1. Long-eared Hedgehog, Hemiechinus auritus. By permission of E. Firouz (The Complete Fauna of Iran, London and New York, 2005, p. 49).

INSECTIVORES

Figure 2. Levant Mole, Talpa levantis. By permission of E. Firouz (The Complete Fauna of Iran, London and New York, 2005, p. 51).

INSECTIVORES

Figure 3. Long-eared Hedgehog, Hemiechinus auritus. By permission of E. Firouz (The Complete Fauna of Iran, London and New York, 2005, p. 50).

INSTITUT PASTEUR

Figure 1. Marcel Baltazard (right) at fieldwork.

INTERNATIONAL DUNHUANG PROJECT

Figure 1. Manuscript fragment, source of the IDP logo. The original manuscript had been reused to make a sutra wrapper. (The British Library Board. Or.8210/S.11287Q).

INVESTITURE i. Achaemenid Period

Figure 1. The sacred precinct at Pasargadae (Stronach, 1978, p. 144, fig.74; by permission of Oxford University Press).

INVESTITURE i. Achaemenid Period

Figure 2. The Zendān-e Solaymān at Pasargadae (Stronach, 1978, p. 121, fig. 57; by permission of Oxford University Press).

INVESTITURE iii. Sasanian Period

Plate I. Naqš-e Rostam: Ohrmazd hands Ardašir I the diadem. Photo courtesy of Georgina Herrmann.

INVESTITURE iii. Sasanian Period

Plate II. Ṭāq-e Bostān: Ardašir II receives the diadem from Ohrmazd. Mithra stands on the left. Photo courtesy of Georgina Herrmann.

IONIAN REVOLT

Figure 1. Map of Ionia. Courtesy of John Boardman (The Greeks Overseas, London, 1964, p. 41).

IQBAL, MUHAMMAD

Figure 1. Muhammad Iqbal.

IRAJ MIRZĀ

Figure 1. Irāj Mirzā.

IRAN vii. Non-Iranian Languages (1) Overview  vii(1). Overview

Figure 2. Genetic tree of 18 populations in West Asia. (Published in Cavalli-Sforza, 1994; reproduced in Elias, 2000.)

IRAN vii. Non-Iranian Languages (1) Overview vii(1). Overview

Figure 1. Approximate extent of the BMAC. (Map by Dieter A. Bachmann, at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:BMAC.png; after J. P. Mallory and Douglas Q. Adams, eds., Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, Chicago, 1997.)

IRANI, DINSHAH JIJIBHOY

Figure 1. Dinshah Irani (1881-1938). This photograph was published in the Dinshah Irani Memorial Volume, Bombay, 1943.

IRANI, DINSHAH JIJIBHOY

Figure 2. Dinshah Irani (second from left) welcoming Ebrāhim Purdāvud (center) to Bombay. The others pictured are: ‘Abd-al-Ḥosayn Sepantā, K. A. Fitter, P. D. Marker, and P. P. Barucha. The photograph originally appeared in The Iran League Quarterly, October 1932. It was republished in Yādnāma-ye Purdāvud, ed. Moḥammad Mo‘in, vol. 1, Tehran, 1946, Persian articles, p. 23.

IRANI, DINSHAH JIJIBHOY

Figure 3. Dinshah Irani (seated at right) accompanying Rabindranath Tagore (seated, second from left) to Iran in 1932, meeting with members of the Anjoman-e Adabi (Literary Society). Others pictured include ʿAli Dašti (seated, left), Moḥammad-Taqi Bahār (seated, second from right), and Sa‘id Nafisi (standing at center). The photograph was the frontispiece in Dinshah Irani, Poets of the Pahlavi Regime, Bombay, 1933.

IRANI, HUSHANG

Figure 1. Hushang Irani (book illustration).

IRANI, HUSHANG

Figure 2. Hushang Irani (book cover).

IRANI, HUSHANG

Figure 3. Hushang Irani.

IRANI, HUSHANG

Figure 4. Journal cover of Ḵorus jangi.

IRANI, HUSHANG

Figure 5. Book cover of Hushang Irani, Nāmeh be Āqā-ye Ḥosayn Kāẓemzādeh Irānšahr (1956).

IRANI, HUSHANG

Figure 6. Book cover of Hushang Irani, Banafš-e tond tā … be tow miandišam (2000).

IRĀNŠAHR (3)

Figure 1. Persian title page of Volume 1.

IRĀNŠAHR (3)

Figure 2. English title page of Volume 1.

IRĀNŠAHR (4)

Figure 1. The logogram of Irānšahr, with images of ancient Iranian monuments (clockwise, from center): tomb of Darius I (r. 522-486 B.C.E.) at Naqš-e Rostam; monument of Ḵosrow II (r. 590-628 C.E.) at Ṭāq-e Bostān; palace of Ardašir I (r. ca 224-40 C.E.) at Firuzābād; platform of the Achaemenid apadāna (q.v.) at Persepolis; tomb of Cyrus II (r. 559-530 B.C.E.) at Pasargadae; the late Sasanid Ayvān-e Kesrā (q.v.) at the site of Ctesiphon. Illustrated is the front page, top, of vol. 1, no. 2, 1340/1922. (Courtesy of Princeton University Library.) 

IRĀNŠAHR, ḤOSAYN KĀẒEMZĀDA

Figure 1. Ḥosayn Kāẓemzāda Irānšahr.

IRAQ i. In the Late Sasanid and Early Islamic Eras

Figure 1. The Sasanian Xwārvarān or Quarter of the West, which included Mesopotamia with the capital city of Ctesiphon.

IRAQ i. In the Late Sasanid and Early Islamic Eras

Figure 2. Iraq and Persia in the early ʿAbbasid period.

ISAAC

Figure 1. Jean Baptiste Chabot, Synodicon Orientale, ou receuil des synodes nestoriens, Paris, 1902.

ISFAHAN i. Geography (1) Geography of the Province

Figure 1. Map of Isfahan Province. Courtesy of Habib Borjian and Andre Chambers.

ISFAHAN ii. Historical Geography

Figure 1. Historical map of Isfahan with its fortifications under the Buyids, Kakuyids, and Safavids. After Šafaqi, facing p. 210.

ISFAHAN iii. Population (2) Isfahan Province

Figure 1. Map of Isfahan Province by administrative divisions.

ISFAHAN iii. Population (3) Isfahan City

Figure 1. Population density per sq. hectare in various quarters of Isfahan City. After Šafaqi, facing p. 354.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (1) A Historical Survey

Plate I (1). Hārun-e welāyat, façade. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (1) A Historical Survey

Plate II (1). Aerial view of Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān, with the ʿĀli Qāpu palace on the right, the Shaikh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque on the left, the Shah (Imam) Mosque in the distance, and the Qayṣariya Bazaar at the near front of the Plate. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 34.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (1) A Historical Survey

Plate III (1). Aerial view of Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān from Tawḥid-ḵāna and ʿĀli Qāpu Palace, looking towards the Shaikh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 11.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (1) A Historical Survey

Plate IV (1). Map of Isfahan, southern area of Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān, showing the Safavid additions after 1590/91, with some of the lost buildings reconstructed and approximated in their location. © Sussan Babaie and Sam Zeller, after S. Babaie, Isfahan and its Palaces: Feasting in the City of Paradise, Edinburgh, forthcoming.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (1) A Historical Survey

Plate V (1). Map of Isfahan, northern area of Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān, covering the whole bazaar plan with a number of mosques and madrasas. Courtesy of John Donat, after Iranian Studies 7/1-2, 974, p. 335.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate I (2). The ʿĀli Qāpu Palace, view from the Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate II (2). The ʿĀli Qāpu Palace, the audience hall. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate III (2). The ʿĀli Qāpu Palace, the tālār level. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate IV (2). The Čehel Sotun Palace, Exterior. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate V (2). Čehel Sotun, view from the alcove before the main hall looking towards an imagined view of the Šāh Mosque. After Flandin and Coste, Voyage en Perse: Perse moderne, Paris, 1854, Pl. LI.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate VI (2). The Hašt Behešt Palace, Exterior. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (2) Palaces

Plate VII (2). The Hašt Behešt Palace, Interior of the central hall and its vaulted ceiling. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate I (3). Jāmeʿ Mosque, aerial view. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 16.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate II (3). Jāmeʿ Mosque, courtyard view toward the south. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate III (3). Jāmeʿ Mosque, courtyard view toward the north-northeast. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate IV (3). Masjed-e ʿAli, aerial view. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 74.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate V (3). Masjed-e ʿAli, isometric projection. After Ganj-nāma II, p. 144.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate VI (3). Masjed-e ʿAli, courtyard. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate VII (3). Masjed-e ʿAli, interior. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate VIII (3). Shaikh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque, view from Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate IX (3). Shaikh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque, isometric projection. After Ganj-nāma II, p. 144.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate X (3). Shaiḵh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque, mehrāb. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate XI (3). Shah (Imam) Mosque, aerial view. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 15.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate XII (3). Shah (Imam) Mosque, isometric projection. After Ganj-nāma II, p. 23.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate XIII (3). Shah (Imam) Mosque entrance from Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate XIV (3). Shah (Imam) Mosque, North of the Courtyard with entrance merāras. After Ganj-nāma II, p. 29.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate XV (3). Shah (Imam) Mosque, Entrance. After Ganj-nāma II, p. 29.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (3) Mosques

Plate XVI (3). Masjed-e Ḥakim, North of the Courtyard. After Ganj-nāma II, p. 43.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (4) Madrasas

Plate I (4). Madrasa-ye Solṭāni, exterior view. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (4) Madrasas

Plate I (4). Madrasa-ye Solṭāni, south dome. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (5) Bridges

Plate I (5). Allāhverdi Khan Bridge, an aerial view. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 44.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (5) Bridges

Plate II (5). Ḵāju Bridge, an aerial view. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 50.

ISFAHAN x. Monuments (5) Bridges

Plate III (5). Ḵāju Bridge. Courtesy of the author.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate I. Barefoot youth, signed by Reżā ʿAbbāsi (ca. 1565-1635), probably Isfahan, ca. 1600, opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Lent by the Art and History Trust, LTS1995.2.78.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate II. The pilgrim of Mashad by Reżā ʿAbbāsi (act. 1580s-1635), Mashad, dated 1589, ink on paper. Courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Purchase F1953.12.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate III. Couple, attributed to Moʿin Moṣawwer (act. ca. 1630s-90s), Iran, dated 1642, ink on paper. Courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Purchase F1953.41.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate IV. Majnun visited by his father. Signed by Moḥammad Zamān, Ašraf, 1676, opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Lent by The Art and History Collection, LTS1995.2.120.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate V. Folio of calligraphy, signed by ʿEmād al-Ḥasani (Mir ʿEmād), ca. 1610, ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Lent by the Art and History Collection, LTS1995.2.101.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate I. Barefoot youth, signed by Reżā ʿAbbāsi (ca. 1565-1635), probably Isfahan, ca. 1600, opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Lent by the Art and History Trust, LTS1995.2.78.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate II. The pilgrim of Mashad by Reżā ʿAbbāsi (act. 1580s-1635), Mashad, dated 1589, ink on paper. Courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Purchase F1953.12.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate III. Couple, attributed to Moʿin Moṣawwer (act. ca. 1630s-90s), Iran, dated 1642, ink on paper. Courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Purchase F1953.41.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate IV. Majnun visited by his father. Signed by Moḥammad Zamān, Ašraf, 1676, opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Lent by The Art and History Collection, LTS1995.2.120.

ISFAHAN xi. School of Painting and Calligraphy

Plate V. Folio of calligraphy, signed by ʿEmād al-Ḥasani (Mir ʿEmād), ca. 1610, ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Lent by the Art and History Collection, LTS1995.2.101.

ISFAHAN xii. Bazaar: Plan and Function

Plate I. Bazaar Plan, North of Meydān-e Šāh. Courtesy of John Donat, in Iranian Studies 7/1-2, 1974, p. 336.

ISFAHAN xii. Bazaar: Plan and Function

Plate II (1). Aerial view of Meydān-e Naqš-e Jahān, with the ʿĀli Qāpu palace on the right, the Shaikh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque on the left, the Shah (Imam) Mosque in the distance, and the Qayṣariya Bazaar at the near front of the Plate. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 34.

ISFAHAN xii. Bazaar: Plan and Function

Plate III. Entrance of the Royal Bazaar. Courtesy of John Donat, Iranian Studies 7/1-2, 1974, p. 342.

ISFAHAN xii. Bazaar: Plan and Function

Plate IV. Plan and entrance of Mahyār Caravanserai. After M. Siroux, p. 370. 

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate I. Ornamental ceramic at one of the light slits on the dome of Shaikh Loṭf-Allāh Mosque. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 19.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate II. Mosaic panel with calligraphy (a poem of Saʿdi), Shaikh Loṭf-Allah Mosque, by H. Moṣaddeqzāda Kāšikār, 1950. After Gluck, p. 393.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate III. The portal of Shah (Imam) Mosque. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 77

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate IV. Isfahan carpet, the central blue lobed medallion on an ivory scrolling vine, forked-leaf and fan palmate design, approximately 11.4 × 9.6 feet. After Sotheby, NY, sale number 4265, p. 156.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate IX. Dome interior of Shah (Imam) Mosque, enamel plate, adaptation with gold medallion, by Šokr-Allāh Ṣaniʿzādeh. After Gluck, p. 165.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate V. Qalamkār, blocked and painting by Ḥosayn Faḵḵāri, ca. 1955, 130 × 270 cm. After Gluck, p. 189.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate VI. Silver ewer, engraved, H. 52 cm., 1976. After Gluck, p. 129.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate VII. Various metalwork on an ʿalam. After Gluck, p. 143.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate VIII. Ḵātamkāri, table-top, by Golriz, 1976, D. 50 cm. After Gluck, p. 361.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate X. Painting on embossed leather, signed Ḥosayn Ḵata, 1961, W. 80 cm. After Gluck, p. 381.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate XI. Painting on parchment for book cover. After R. Baḵtiār, p. 69.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate XII. Needlework on leather hammock, 1976. After Gluck, p. 239.

ISFAHAN xiii. Crafts

Plate XIII. Golābduzi on wall hanging material, story of Joseph, 19th century. After Gluck, p. 225.

ISFAHAN xviii. Jewish Community

Figure 1. Distribution of Jewish households in the 1970s in the Jewish neighborhood (maḥalla) located in Jubāra quarter and other quarters of Isfahan. Adapted from Šafaqi, facing p. 402.

ISFAHAN xviii. Jewish Community

Figure 2. Distribution of various religious and public facilities in the Jewish neighborhood (maḥalla), located in Jubāra quarter. Adapted from Šafaqi, facing p. 410.

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 1. Dialect map 1 of the Isfahan area. 

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 2. Dialect map 2 of the Isfahan area. 

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 3. “Now” (four isoglosses).

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 4. “This way, thus” (three isoglosses).

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 5. Some isoglosses that define the Isfahan area (SW CPD).

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 6. Two major isoglosses for “to sit” (and the overlapping buffer zone between them): (1) hā-cin/cišt. (2) hā-ni(n)(g/k).

ISFAHAN xxi. Provincial Dialects

Figure 7. “Large” in Central Plateau Dialects.

ISLAM AKHUN

Plate I. Or.13873/70. Forgery, ca. 1897; this manuscript was examined in 1897 by Sir Aurel Stein, who had begun his career as an Iranian scholar; he decided the script was Pahlavi, though he could not fully understand it (Hoernle, 1899, p. 63). Courtesy of the British Library Board.

ISRAEL iv. Persian Art Collections

Plate I. Female-headed bird, unglazed painted baked brick, Urartu, 800-700 B. C. E. Height, 33.5 cm, width, 34 cm, thickness: 8.2 cm. Courtesy of The Bible Land Museum, inv. no. BLMJ 4230.

ISRAEL iv. Persian Art Collections

Plate II. Silver sprinkler from the “Harari Hoard.” L. A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art, Jerusalem, inv. no. M.32.68. The hoard is from Nehāvand, 10-12th centuries.

ITALY ii. Diplomatic and Commercial Relations

Plate I. Shah ʿAbbās’s envoy to Venice in 1603 meets with the Doge Marino Grimani, depicted in the Doge’s Palace. After Berchet, pp. 44-47.

ITALY ii. Diplomatic and Commercial Relations

Plate II. Shah ʿAbbās’s ambassador, ʿAliqoli Beg, being received by Pope Paulus V in 1609, depicted in the Palace of Quirinale in Rome. After Piemontese, 2005.

ITALY ii. Diplomatic and Commercial Relations

Plate III. Shah ʿAbbās’s ambassador, Robert Sherley, being received by Pope Paulus V in 1609 (depicted in the Palace of Quirinale in Rome). After Piemontese, 2006.

ITALY ix. Persian Art Collections

Plate 4. A painted terracotta from the excavation of the Palace of Masʿud III at Ghazni (Afghanistan), 505/1112. Museo Nazionale di Arte Orientale Rome, on loan by the IsIAO, Rome. Courtesy of the IsIAO.

ITALY ix. Persian Art Collections

Plate I. A brass bowl, engraved and inlaid in silver and gold, Iran (Fārs), 14th century. Courtesy of the Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Inv. Bronzi 7161.

ITALY ix. Persian Art Collections

Plate II. A detail of Plate I.

ITALY ix. Persian Art Collections

Plate III. Detail of an Isfahan carpet, 1521, or, more probably, 1541. Courtesy of the Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan, Temporary Loan.

ITALY xi. Translations of Persian Works into Italian

Plate I. Frontispiece and title page of Italo Pizzi’s translation of the Šāh-nāma II (see Ferdowsi, 1886-88). Courtesy of Butler Library, Columbia University, New York City.

IVANOV, PAVEL PETROVICH

Figure 1. Pavel Petrovich Ivanov.

IVANOW, VLADIMIR ALEKSEEVICH

Figure 1. Vladimir Alekseevich Ivanow

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