The third adventure of ROSTAM Miniature by : M.FARSHCHIAN
"Bahram Gur killing a dragon. A miniature painting from a seventeenth century additon to a sixteenth century manuscript." Illustrated by Muhammad Zaman - Mazamdaran, Northern Iran, 1675.
"Rustam and his horse Rahksh fighting a dragon. Opaque watercolour." - 1640-1660
"Gushtasp fighting the dragon. A miniature painting from a sixteenth century manuscript of the epic poem of Shahnama." - 1580-1600
"Gushtasp killing the dragon. A miniature painting from an early seventeenth century manuscript of the epic poem of Shahnama." - Illustrated by Qasim, India 1616.
Bahram Gur's Combat with the Dragon, from the Shah-nama or Book of Kings - Shiraz, 1370.
Combat between two fabulous Creatures, from the Sarai Albums. Persia, end of the 15th century.
"'Ali attacking the dragon of the Kuh Billaur, watched by Zinhar. A miniature painting from a seventeenth century manuscript of Khavarnama, a poem on the legendary warlike deeds of 'Ali." - Punjab, 1686.
"'Ali on foot fighting the six headed dragon. A miniature painting from a seventeenth century manuscript of Khavarnama, a poem on the legendary warlike deeds of 'Ali." - Punjab, 1686
"Mahan in the Wilderness of Ghouls. He rides a winged seven-headed dragon, and is surrounded by demons carrying fire in their hands. Another demon on the horizon grasps him by the shoulder. A miniature painting from a sixteenth century manuscript of the Khamsa ('Five Poems') of Nizami." - Iran 1505
"Indian Rustem Killing the Dragon, a page from a manuscript of the Shah Namah, 1800. Opaque watercolor and gold on burnished Indian paper."
Firdausi, Shah-name - Isfandiyar killing a dragon
Firdausi, Shah-name - Faridun, dragon coming across his sons
Artist unknown, "Ali and his wife on the way to the battle against the Nadjdjar-stem, on the way he kills a dragen with one hand."
Firdausi, Shah-name - "Poem anthology Navruz s fight against the dragon."
Firdausi, Shah-name - Isfandiyar and the dragon
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