The pictorial tile cycle of Hast Behest in Isfahan and its iconographic tradition.pdf

The pictorial tile cycle of Hast Behest in Isfahan and its iconographic tradition

Ingeborg Luschey Schmeisser

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The pictorial tile cycle of Hast Behest in Isfahan and its iconographic tradition (Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente. Centro Studi e scavi in Asia. Reports and memoirs ; vol.14) [Ingeborg Luschey-Schmeisser] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library! The pictorial tile cycle of Hašt Behešt in Iṣfahān and its iconographic tradition. [Ingeborg Luschey-Schmeisser]

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The pictorial tile cycle of Hast Behest in Isfahan and its iconographic tradition.pdf

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