2 edition of Bidpai manuscripts from Istanbul and Tehran found in the catalog.
Bidpai manuscripts from Istanbul and Tehran
George T. Artola
|Statement||George T. Artola.|
|LC Classifications||Z6617 .B5A7 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
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iii. Illustrations. Kalila wa Demna is a collection of didactic animal fables, with the jackals Kalila and Demna as two of the principal characters. The story cycle originated in India between and BCE, and circulated widely in the Near Istanbul FOLIO FROM A SHAHNAMA (BOOK OF KINGS) BY FIRDAWSI (D); RECTO: THE BIER OF ISKANDAR (ALEXANDER THE GREAT), circaIl-Khanid period Get this from a library.
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Matini, a professor of literature at Ferdowsi University, Mashhad, Iran. Matini’s edition was based on the Bodleian Library’s manuscript and the text was checked with the manuscripts of the Fateh Library of Istanbul as well as with that of the Malek Library in Tehran (Figure 2).
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