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Mosque lamp of Sultan Al-Nasir Muhammad

13th – 14th century, Mamluk


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Mosque lamp of Sultan Al-Nasir Muhammad

13th – 14th century, Mamluk


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Wall tile

13th – 14th century


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Wall tile

13th – 14th century


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Bowl

AD about 1300


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Bowl

AD about 1300


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Rosette from Ibn Tulun's Minbar at the mosque of Sultan Lagin

AD 1296, Mamluk


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Rosette from Ibn Tulun's Minbar at the mosque of Sultan Lagin

AD 1296, Mamluk


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Four textile fragments with rows of pelicans and cattle

Late 13th or early 14th century


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Four textile fragments with rows of pelicans and cattle

Late 13th or early 14th century


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Textile fragment, green with gold-coloured floral scrolls

14th century


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Textile fragment, green with gold-coloured floral scrolls

14th century


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Mosque lamp

End of the 14th century, Mamluk


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Mosque lamp

End of the 14th century, Mamluk


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Chasuble (Mass vestment for the Catholic liturgy) made of decorative velvet and silk weave

Velvet: 15th century;
Silk: 2nd half of the 16th century, Ottoman


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Chasuble (Mass vestment for the Catholic liturgy) made of decorative velvet and silk weave

Velvet: 15th century;
Silk: 2nd half of the 16th century, Ottoman


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Silk Mamluk carpet

c. 1500 / first quarter of the 16th century, Mamluk


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Silk Mamluk carpet

c. 1500 / first quarter of the 16th century, Mamluk


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Tile

16th century


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Tile

16th century


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Polychrome embroidered linen cover

16th - 17th century, Ottoman


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Polychrome embroidered linen cover

16th - 17th century, Ottoman


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Textile fragment with cintamani motifs

16th -17th century, Ottoman


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Textile fragment with cintamani motifs

16th -17th century, Ottoman


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Phelonion, Mass vestment for the Orthodox liturgy

16th century, Ottoman


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Phelonion, Mass vestment for the Orthodox liturgy

16th century, Ottoman


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Vienna hunting carpet

First half of the 16th century, Safawid


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Vienna hunting carpet

First half of the 16th century, Safawid


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Tankard

AD 1530–1540, Ottoman


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Tankard

AD 1530–1540, Ottoman


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Plate

AD 1550


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Plate

AD 1550


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Hamzanama: Emissaries bring news from the provinces of Khaybar and Chin to Anoshirvan

AD 1557–1577, Mughal


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Hamzanama: Emissaries bring news from the provinces of Khaybar and Chin to Anoshirvan

AD 1557–1577, Mughal


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Hamzanama: Mahlaj shows his skill to Zumurrud Shah and runs a spear through a tree

AD 1557–1577, Mughal


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Hamzanama: Mahlaj shows his skill to Zumurrud Shah and runs a spear through a tree

AD 1557–1577, Mughal


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Hamzanama: Umar escapes from bondage and shaves the beard from Kamran's face

AD 1557–1577, Mughal


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Hamzanama: Umar escapes from bondage and shaves the beard from Kamran's face

AD 1557–1577, Mughal


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