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"The Feast of Sada", Folio from the Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Shah Tahmasp | Abu'l Qasim Firdausi (935–1020) | Painting attributed to Sultan Muhammad (active first half 16th century) | Tabriz, Iran, ca. 1525

برگ مصور از کتاب تشریح بدن منصور بن محمد بن احمد بن یوسف بن الیاس شیرازی،1384 میلادی The arterial figure, shown frontally with the internal organs from MANSUR'S ANATOMY, authored by the Persian scholar and physician, Mansur ibn Ilyas (ca. 1370-1423). The figure is shown frontally, with extensive Persian captions describing the muscles. Ca. 15th or early 16th-century.

Mu'is al ahrar fi daqa'iq al ashcar (The Free Man's Companion to the Subtleties of Poems) of Jajarmi, Ilkhanid period (1206–1353), a.h. 741/A.D. 1340–41 Iran, Isfahan Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper page: 7 1/2 x 5 in. (19.1 x 12.7 cm) Rogers Fund, 1919 (19.68.1)

Kitab suwar al-kawakib al-thabita (Book of the Images of the Fixed Stars) of al-Sufi, Timurid period (1370–1507)

"Design on Each Side for Waterwheel Worked by Donkey Power", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari Abu'l Izz Isma'il al-Jazari (1136–1206)

برگ مصور از کتاب تشریح بدن منصور بن محمد بن احمد بن یوسف بن الیاس شیرازی،1384 میلادی The muscle figure, shown frontally, with extensive captions describing the muscles. Copy completed by scribe Hasan ibn Ahmad on December 8th, 1488. No anatomical illustrations of the entire human body are preserved from before those which accompany the Persian treatise composed by Mansur ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Yusuf ibn Ilyas, who came from a Persian family of scholars and physicians. His illustrated…

برگ مصور از کتاب تشریح بدن منصور بن محمد بن احمد بن یوسف بن الیاس شیرازی،1384 میلادی DescriptionThe venous system, with the figure drawn frontally and the internal organs indicated in opaque watercolors. Copy completed by scribe Hasan ibn Ahmad on December 8th, 1488. No anatomical illustrations of the entire human body are preserved before those which accompany the Persian treatise composed by Mansur ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Yusuf ibn Ilyas, who came from a Persian family of scholars and…

Description A pregnant woman, from MANSUR'S ANATOMY, authored by the Persian scholar and physician, Mansur ibn Ilyas (ca. 1370-1423). Figure showing arteries, internal organs including the liver, stomach, spleen, kidneys. The fetus is in the breach position and attached to the heart by an artery. Copy completed by Hasan ibn Ahmad, working in Isfahan, in 1488.