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Part of Islamic Art
Ja`far ibn Muhammad ibn `Ali
Date: dated A.H. 577/ A.D. 1181–82Accession Number: 51.56
Date: dated A.H. 531/ A.D. 1137Accession Number: 1996.238.2
Muhammad ibn Badr al-Din Jajarmi (active 1340s)
Date: A.H. 741/A.D. 1340–41Accession Number: 19.68.1
Date: first half 11th centuryAccession Number: 57.88a–c
Date: 9th–12th centuryAccession Number: 48.101.70
Date: mid-11th–mid-12th centuryAccession Number: 67.119
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This room focuses on the far-reaching impact of the Abassid style in the eastern Islamic world. Included are the artistic achievements of the eleventh-century Ghaznavid and twelfth-century Seljuq Sultans, whose patronage ushered in a brilliant and inventive period of art and culture in Iran and Central Asia. Among the highlights are luster-painted and other ceramic vessels from twelfth-century Kashan and Rayy, a pair of lifesize statues of palace guards, and an early thirteenth-century monumental bronze incense burner in the shape of a lion.
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