Calligraphy, Persian Verses (verso)

1400s
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In Persian albums, pages of calligraphy alternated with paintings. These verses have been written in an elegant nastaliq, a cursive form of the Arabic script.
Calligraphy, Persian Verses (verso)

Calligraphy, Persian Verses (verso)

1400s

Iran, Timurid period (1370-1501)

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