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by Geoffrey Khan

Author: Geoffrey Khan
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Kha; 1 edition (February 1992)
Pages: 264 pages
Category: Photo and Art
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This volume contains a detailed examination of 36 of the papyri in the Collection .

Professor Geoffrey Khan Fellow of the British Academy; Regius Professor of Hebrew, Cambridge University; fields of expertise include Arabic papyrology.

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The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art is a growing private collection of over 15,000 objects, built up over the last 16 years in. .These documents reflect directly the realities of life in the first centuries of the Islamic era.

The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art is a growing private collection of over 15,000 objects, built up over the last 16 years in London. This volume is the first in an important new academic series, complementary to the main catalogue of the collection. It consists of a detailed study of a group of early Arabic papyri, dating mainly from the eighth to tenth centuries . Most are from Egypt, but the collection also includes the only known papyrus to survive from Iraq.

The Khalili Collections comprise eight distinct art collections assembled by Nasser D. Khalili over five decades. Studies in The Khalili Collection – Academic Monographs. Volume I – Selected Arabic Papyri. Khalili over five decades Among these are the largest private collection of Islamic art, with 28,000 items including 2,000 ceramics and 600 items of jewellery. Aramaic Documents (400 BC – AD 700). Japanese Art of the Meiji Period (1868–1912).

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Arabic Papyri: Selected Material from the Khalili Collection, Studies in the Khalili Collection, vol. 1. Geoffrey Khan. Arabic Papyri of the 7th to 11th Centuries. Geoffrey Khan," Studies in the Decorative Arts 6, no. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. This article was published in Studies in the Decorative Arts (1993-2009), which is continued by West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture (2011-present).

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Geoffrey Khan (1993). Volume VI – Bills, Letters and Deeds: Arabic Papyri of the 7th to 11th Centuries. Geoffrey Khan (1992).

of Middle Eastern studies. Arabic Papyri: Selected material from the Khalili Collection (Oxford University Press, 1992), 264pp. A Catalogue of the Arabic Papyri in the Michaelides Collection, Cambridge. 4. Arabic Legal and Administrative Documents in the Cambridge Genizah. Collections (Cambridge University Press, 1993), 567pp. Bills, Letters and Deeds. BIBLIOGRAPHIES 1. Published Material from the Cambridge Genizah Collections: A Bibliography.

Publisher: Khalili Collections (24 No. The second and third studies concentrate particularly on the unusual iconography which developed in the Palestinian mints and the author also demonstrates how the Yubna coinage, hitherto practically unknown outside specialist numismatic circles, must now be regarded as one of the most complex in the Arab-Byzantine series. The studies draw on the extensive holdings of the Nasser D. Khalili collection of Islamic Art and also on Museum and private collections across the world.

Thirty-six papyri in the Khalili collection, all dating before the Fatimid conquest of Egypt in AD 968.