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Two Elephants, Abu Sa'id 'Ubayd-Allah ibn Ibrahim,   known as Ibn Bakhtishu, Manafi al-Hayawan (  Uses of Animals). Maragha, Persia, 1290s

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centuriespast: “ Two Elephants Abu Sa’d’ Ubayd-Allah ibn Ibrahim, known as Ibn Bakhtishu Manafi al-Hayawan (The Benefits of Animals), in Persian Persia, Maragha, dated or 1299 The Morgan.

Two Mountain Rams Fighting. Abu Sa'd' Ubayd-Allah ibn Ibrahim, known as Ibn Bakhtishu. Manafi al-Hayawan (The Benefits of Animals), in Persian. Persia, Maragha, dated 1294, 1297, or 1299. 355 x 280 mm

Bestiary, Two mountain rams butting heads on rocky bridge; landscape with quarter sun, tree and plants. Abu Sa'd' Ubayd-Allah ibn Ibrahim, known as Ibn Bakhtishu (d. The Morgan Library & Museum

Good morning. Peacock from Kitab Na't al-hayawan wa-manafi'ihi, C13th compilation of ibn Bakhtishu. #HistSci

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Peacock from Kitab Na't al-hayawan wa-manafi'ihi, compilation of ibn Bakhtishu.

Bestiary, MS M.500 fol. 32v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Two onagers, in "Manāfi˓-i al-ḥayavā" ("The Benefits of Animals"), fol. by Abu Sa'd' Ubayd-Allah ibn Ibrahim, known as Ibn Bakhtishu (d.

Bestiary, Mountain goat leaping down from cliff and landing on its horns; to right, another mountain goat on rocky outcropping; trees and plants.- The Morgan Library & Museum

Bestiary, Mountain goat leaping down from cliff and landing on its horns; to right, another mountain goat on rocky outcropping;- The Morgan Library & Museum

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