N~ CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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N ENTRIES: CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

 

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NABIL-AL-DAWLA

Figure 1. ʿAliqoli Khan Nabil-Al-Dawla.

NĀDER SHAH

Figure 1. 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.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 1. Photograph of Nader Naderpour.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 2. Sorma-ye ḵoršid (The healing kohl of the sun), Tehran, 1960.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 3. Ṣobḥ-e doruḡin (False dawn), Paris, 1982.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 4. Ḵun o ḵākestar (Blood and ash), 1989.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 5. Zamin-o zamān (Earth and time), Los Angeles, 1996.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 6. Conference on Naderpour’s Poetry, Washington, D.C., 1996.

NADERPOUR, NADER

Figure 7. Majmuʿa-ye ašʿār-e Nāder Nāderpur, 2 vols., Los Angeles, 2003.

NAḴL

Figure 1. Drawing of a naḵl (by Goga Chelkowski) from the Yazd area ready to be carried in procession. Parts and ornamentation: 1. Four legs (pāya, one shown), making a stand; 2. Poles for the bearers, forming a base for the naḵl. They represent the bier of Ḥosayn; 3. Mirrors (āʾina); 4. Representation of a cypress tree (sarv); 5. Šadda (see text), a standard from which hang: 6. Colorful fabrics; 7. Ensigns of Ḥosayn.

NAḴL

Figure 2. The naḵl carriers awaiting the order to lift the naḵl. (Photograph by K. Bayegan, Mehriz, 1977)

NAḴL

Figure 3. The naḵl carriers awaiting the order to lift the naḵl. (Photograph by J. Ghazbanpour, Mehriz, 1997)

NAḴL

Figure 4. The famous naḵl of Yazd, called the Amir Čaqmāq naḵl, resting unclad in front of the Takiya Amir Čaqmāq. (Photograph by Tara Bahrampour, 1997)

NAḴL

Figure 5. Amir Čaqmāq naḵl in front of the Takiya Amir Čaqmāq. (Photograph by Tara Bahrampour)

NAḴL

Figure 6. An unclad naḵl in front of the Takiya of Taft. (Photograph by Tara Bahrampour)

NAḴL

Figure 7. A modern covering of the naḵl features paintings of various Shiʿite personalities. (Photographer unknown)

NAḴL

Figure 8. The naḵl at Mehriz seen from the front, covered with mirrors. (Photograph by Judith L. Goldstein)

NAḴL

Figure 9. Naḵl in Mehriz, 1974.  A view from the rear of the naḵl shows golden thread on a black canvas in the shape of the mausoleum of Ḥosayn at Karbalāʾ. (Photograph by Judith L. Goldstein)

NAḴL

Figure 10. The lifting of the naḵl. Mehriz, 1977. (Photograph by K. Bayegan)

NAḴL

Figure 11. Naḵl-gardāni, Mehriz, 1977. (Photograph by K. Bayegan)

NALÎ

Figure 1. A fictional portrait of Nali.

NAQŠ-E ROSTAM

Figure 1. Naqš-e Rostam, Kaʿba-ye Zardošt from the north. Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

NAQŠ-E ROSTAM

Figure 2. Naqš-e Rostam, tomb of Darius I (Tomb I). Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

NAQŠ-E ROSTAM

Figure 3. Naqš-e Rostam, tomb of Xerxes (Tomb II), upper register with the throne bench (gathu). Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

NAQŠ-E ROSTAM

Figure 4. Naqš-e Rostam, Tomb I, upper register, Darius I. Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

NAQŠ-E ROSTAM

Figure 5. Naqš-e Rostam, Tomb II, upper register, Xerxes. Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

NAQŠ-E ROSTAM

Figure 6. Naqš-e Rostam, Tomb of Darius I, the upper right corner of the throne bench (gathu), where the Gandharan, the Indian, and the haoma-venerating Scythian support the throne, and on the right frieze is a mourner. Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

NAWʿI

Figure 1. Painting in MS Or. 2839, reproduced in Dawud and Coomaraswamy, 1912, preceding sec. V, pp. 47 ff. : "Akbar summons the maiden to comfort her.”

NAWʿI

Figure 2. Painting in MS Or. 2839, reproduced in Dawud and Coomaraswamy, 1912, preceding sec. VII, pp. 57 ff.: "Prince Dāniyāl approaches the fire and would urge the maiden to come out from it.′” Color reproduction and bibliography at the Wellcome Trust, http://catalogue.wellcome.ac.uk/record=b1160066.

NEGAHBAN, EZAT O.

Figure 1. Ezzat-Allāh Negahbān, at Haft-Tappeh, 1972. (Image courtesy of Miriam Negahban)

NÉMETH, GYULA

Figure 1. Gyula Nemeth.

NEMRUD DAĞI

Figure 1. East Terrace: statues of the gods. (Photograph by the author)

NEMRUD DAĞI

Figure 2. West Terrace: Zeus extending his hand (the gesture of dexiosis ). (Photograph by the author)

NEMRUD DAĞI

Figure 3. West Terrace: ancestral stele of the satrap Orontes/Aroandes. (Photograph by the author)

NISA

Figure 1. Map of Nisa. Courtesy of the author.

NISHAPUR vii. Excavations by the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Figure 1. Map of Nishapur, showing the approximate locations of the Metropolitan Museum excavations within the outline of the medieval city. (© Metropolitan Museum of Art, used by permission).

NISIBIS

Figure 1. Map of Mesopotamia, 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.

NÖLDEKE, THEODOR ii. As an Iranist

Figure 1. Portrait of Theodor Nöldeke.

NOMADISM

Figure 1. Survey of the distribution and location of summer and winter pastures. Source: Scholz, Schweizer, et al.

NOMADISM

Figure 2. Summer and winter pastures of nomadic tribes in the mid-1980s. Source: Markaz-e Āmār-e Irān.

NOMADISM

Figure 3. Subsistence patterns of migrating populations in the Neolithic and post-Neolithic Zagros. Source: Pullar.

NOMADISM

Figure 4. Highland/lowland interactions, indicating migrational patterns and pastoral movements of tribes. Source and design: E. Ehlers.

NOMADISM

Figure 5. Integrative developments of agriculture and mountain nomadism. After Schweizer.

NOMADISM

Figure 6. Stages and characteristics of the nomadic sedentarization process. Design: E. Ehlers.

NOMADISM

Figure 7. Spatial and temporal patterns of Afghan tribal migrations. Source: Scholz, Schweizer, et al.

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