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English: The ascent of Muhammad to heaven (mi'rāj)
Français : L'ascension de Mahomet (mi'rāj)
فارسی: معراج
العربية: المعراج
English: This work is coming form a Khamseh of Nizami. It is ascribed to Sultan Muhammad.
فارسی: مینیاتور ایرانی از «خمسهٔ» نظامی که معراج محمد پیامبر اسلام را نشان می‌دهد.
Date 1539-43
Medium opaque watercolor and ink on paper
Dimensions 28.7 × 18.6 cm (11.3 × 7.3 in)
Accession number Or. 2265, fol. 195a
References Jon Thompson, Sheila R. Canby (eds)., Hunt for paradise, court art of Safavid Iran, 1501-1576, cat. exh. New York, Asia Society Museum, 2003-2004, Milan, Skira Editore, 2003, p. 117-118, n°4.29
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