Illustration in the c.1330
Kitāb-i-Samak 'Iyār (part 3)
by Ibn Abī al-Qāsim Shīrāzī, Ṣadaqah.

Folio 121a: Battle between Farrukhruz and Mardan-dukht

The bottom right cavalryman is referenced as figure 127 in: M. GORELIK, "Oriental Armour of the Near and Middle East from the Eighth to the Fifteenth Centuries as Shown in Works of Art", in: Islamic Arms and Armour, ed. ROBERT ELGOOD, London 1979
127. Mongol-Persian combined armour, Kitāb-i-Samak Ayyār by Ṣadaga Shīrāzī, c.1330-1340. (Bodleian Library. Ousely 381)

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