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Sabuntaşı Kaide /8.yy/Emevi dönemi

Sabuntaşı Kaide /8.yy/Emevi dönemi

Pyxis of al-Mughira, possibly from Madinat al-Zahra, AH 357/ 968 CE, carved ivory with traces of jade, 16cm x 11.8 cm (Musée du Louvre, Paris)

Pyxis of al-Mughira Subject Art, Islamic Ivory carving -- century -- Spain -- Cordoba (Spain) People Inscriptions Calligraphy Category Ivory Carving Date 969 Period Century City Cordoba Country Spain View Detail Museum Musee du Louvre

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Gr%C3%A1fico1gfh.jpg 1.600×1.103 píxeles

Kayıtbay Camii / Mısır/ Kahire

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Arqueta de marfil y esmaltes (1026. Taller andalusí. Museo de Burgos)

Arqueta de marfil y esmaltes (1026. Taller andalusí. Museo de Burgos)

Double-shelled Ewer -- Early Century -- Stone-paste body painted under glaze -- Iran -- Belonging to the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC.

Pyxis of al-Mughira, c. 968 AD, carved ivory, Musée de Louvre, Paris, France

Ivory Pyxis with the name of Al-Mughira, Umayyad Spain, 968

Coupe avec des points rouges, lustre, fatimide, 10è siècle,  H=7.5 cm,  D=27 cm

Coupe avec des points rouges, lustre, fatimide, 10è siècle, H=7.5 cm, D=27 cm

Figure with Goblet on Fatimid Bowl, 11th-12th century.

Man with Cups on Fatimid Bowl, century. Lustreware plate with a design on an opaque white glaze of a seated figure holding drinking vessels. A signature can be made out above the man's left hand reading Ja'far

Pyxis, ca. 950-975. Spanish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1970 (1970.324.5)

Box,attibuted to a Master working for Umayyad caliph Abd al Rahman III Made in Cordoba- Spain Ivory

Francia paris museo del louvre-interior bote de marfil del principe al-mughira procede de medina azahara -968 - detalle de musicos

More boats and ivory caskets Medina Azahara workshop

Castillo de Jirbat al Mafyar (Palestina, siglo VIII). Este palacio del desierto estaba decorado con pinturas y esculturas que representaban la figura humana, sobre todo al califa omeya al-Walid II, responsable de su construcción.

Castillo de Jirbat al Mafyar (Palestina, siglo VIII). Este palacio del desierto estaba decorado con pinturas y esculturas que representaban la figura humana, sobre todo al califa omeya al-Walid II, responsable de su construcción.

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