A Mongol prince studying the Koran. Illustration of Rashid-ad-Din's Gami' at-tawarih.

A Mongol prince studying the Koran. Illustration of Rashid-ad-Din's Gami' at-tawarih.

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Mongol soldiers by Rashid al-Din 1305.JPG

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

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

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La Baleine recrachant Jonas Illustration des Histoires Universelles de Rashid al-Din University of Edinburgh Library

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…

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…

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Temujin sits in his gur, having just been proclaimed Chinggis Khan. From an early 14th century manuscript of Rashid al-Din..jpg

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.

The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, 1305-14. Hushang.

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Mohammed receiving the submission of the Banu Nadir, f8a/72a

Mohammed receiving the submission of the Banu Nadir, f8a/72a

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4411 Rashid Al Din (1247-1318) Persian School Canvas Art - (24 x 36)

4411 Rashid Al Din (1247-1318) Persian School Canvas Art - (24 x 36)

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