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|Title||Artist||Medium & Support||Creation Date|
|Jar (with bird design and two handles)||Stonepaste with underglaze decoration||14th century|
|Chinese or Tartar kings who gained their thrones by foreign help||Opaque watercolor and ink on paper||1314|
|Gordiyeh advises her brother Bahram Chubineh not to aspire to the Persian throne||Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper||ca. 1330|
|The Ascetic Who Inadvertently Breaks his Oil Jars while Day-dreaming||Yahya ibn Md. ibn Yahya||Watercolor ? on paper||1333|
|An enthroned king with many courtiers||Opaque watercolor on paper||ca. 1340|
|The return of Rustam with Bijan from Turkestan||Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper||1341|
|An illuminated headpiece from a Koran (with Kufic script)||Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper||14th century|
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