Credits

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Panel with Cusped Arches (detail)

14th century; Morocco; wood (cedar); The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection, Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher and Rogers Fund, by exchange, 1985. metmuseum.org 

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ABOUT PAGE

Ceiling (detail)

16th century; Spain; Wood; carved, painted, and gilded;
The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Gift of The Hearst Foundation, 1956. metmuseum.org

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PROJECTS PAGE

Architectural Tile with Partial Inscription (detail)

14th century; present-day Uzbekistan; Stonepaste; carved and glazed 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Purchase, Friends of Islamic Art Gifts and Elaine Rosenberg Gift, 2006. metmuseum.org 

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PROJECTS PAGE: ANIMALS, LAW, AND RELIGION

Panel from a Rectangular Box (detail)

10th–early 11th century; Spain, probably Cordoba; Ivory; carved, inlaid with stone with traces of pigment; The Metropolitan Museum of Art: John Stewart Kennedy Fund, 1913. metmuseum.org

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PEOPLE PAGE

Bidri box for holding Pan (detail)

late 16th–early 17th century; India, Deccan, Bidar; Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver and brass; The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Louis E. and Theresa S. Seley Purchase Fund for Islamic Art and Rogers Fund, 1996. metmuseum.org

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FELLOWSHIPS PAGE

Architectural Tile with Partial Inscription (detail)

14th century; present-day Uzbekistan; Stonepaste; carved and glazed 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Purchase, Friends of Islamic Art Gifts and Elaine Rosenberg Gift, 2006. metmuseum.org

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NEWS & EVENTS PAGES

Mihrab (Prayer Niche) (detail)

A.H. 755/A.D. 1354–55; Iran, Isfahan; Mosaic of polychrome-glazed cut tiles on stonepaste body; set into mortar; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Purchase, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1939. metmuseum.org

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FOR STUDENTS PAGE

Tiraz Textile Fragment from an Ikat Shawl (detail)

late 9th–early 10th century; Yemen; Cotton, ink, and gold; plain weave, resist-dyed (ikat), painted Inscription: black ink and gold leaf; painted; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Gift of George D. Pratt, 1929. metmuseum.org

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RESOURCES PAGE

Fragment of an Inscriptional Frieze (detail)

12th–13th century; Iran, Nishapur; Stonepaste; carved decoration under opaque monochrome glaze; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Rogers Fund, 1937. metmuseum.org