SCHEDEL CCXXXVII  Sexta etas mundi. - "Tamerlanes" better known as Timur ibn Taraghai Barlas (1336-1405).  Also as Taimur or Tamerlane.  Timur was a Turco-Mongol Conqueror of Islamic creed, the founder of the Timurdian Empire in Persia.  Never having lost a battle he was called invincible. But he was also an intellectual who left his footmarks in art and in architecture.  Portrait: Paulus Venetus. (Paul of Venice - Paul von Venedig 1369-1429)
SCHEDEL CCXXXVII  Sexta etas mundi. - "Tamerlanes" better known as Timur ibn Taraghai Barlas (1336-1405).  Also as Taimur or Tamerlane.  Timur was a Turco-Mongol Conqueror of Islamic creed, the founder of the Timurdian Empire in Persia.  Never having lost a battle he was called invincible. But he was also an intellectual who left his footmarks in art and in architecture.  Portrait: Paulus Venetus. (Paul of Venice - Paul von Venedig 1369-1429)
SCHEDEL CCXXXVII  Sexta etas mundi. - "Tamerlanes" better known as Timur ibn Taraghai Barlas (1336-1405).  Also as Taimur or Tamerlane.  Timur was a Turco-Mongol Conqueror of Islamic creed, the founder of the Timurdian Empire in Persia.  Never having lost a battle he was called invincible. But he was also an intellectual who left his footmarks in art and in architecture.  Portrait: Paulus Venetus. (Paul of Venice - Paul von Venedig 1369-1429)

Schedel, Portraits, Timurdian Empire in Persia, Paulus Venetus

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SCHEDEL CCXXXVII

Sexta etas mundi. - "Tamerlanes" better known as Timur ibn Taraghai Barlas (1336-1405).

Also as Taimur or Tamerlane.

Timur was a Turco-Mongol Conqueror of Islamic creed, the founder of the Timurdian Empire in Persia.

Never having lost a battle he was called invincible. But he was also an intellectual who left his footmarks in art and in architecture.

Portrait: Paulus Venetus. (Paul of Venice - Paul von Venedig 1369-1429)

Catholic philosopher, theologian, logician. Member of the Order of St. Augustine.

verso:

"Ordo monachorum montis olineti"

Fratres eremitae de monte Oliveti, Congregatio Sanctae Mariae montis Oliveti (Benectans OSBOliv)

Moenche des Oelbergs (Benediktinerorden OSBOliv)

Condition: Very beautiful and rich original hand coloring. Upper corner has water stain. No damage done to any of the images.

Page size: 41 x 28 cm (ca. 16.1 x 11")

 


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