A Mongol prince studying the Koran. Illustration of Rashid-ad-Din's Gami' at-tawarih.
Mongol soldiers by Rashid al-Din 1305.JPG
L’Annonciation, miniature de la Jami ‘al-Tawarikh de Rashid al-Din, 1314. - http://it.mariedenazareth.com/1764.0.html?L=0&utm_source=Une+minute+avec+Marie+%28fr%29&utm_campaign=f27af8bfa3-UMM_FR_Q_2016_04_14&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a9c0165f22-f27af8bfa3-105408025
La Baleine recrachant Jonas Illustration des Histoires Universelles de Rashid al-Din University of Edinburgh Library
Khutulun (~1260–~1306), the most famous daughter of Kaidu & niece of Kublai Khan. Her father was most pleased by her abilities, and she accompanied him on military campaigns. Marco Polo and Rashid al-Din both wrote of her. According to Marco Polo, Khutulun was a superb warrior. She assisted her father in many battles. Her father relied on her for advice & political support. He supposedly tried to name her the next khan before his death but was declined due to her male relatives. See…
Temujin sits in his gur, having just been proclaimed Chinggis Khan. From an early 14th century manuscript of Rashid al-Din..jpg
The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, 1305-14. Hushang.
Mohammed receiving the submission of the Banu Nadir, f8a/72a
4411 Rashid Al Din (1247-1318) Persian School Canvas Art - (24 x 36)