RMP5KAEG–N/A. English: Ihya Book for Al-Ghazali : . 19 February 2013, 21:52:31. Al-Ghazali (1058–1111) Alternative names Algazel, Imm Muammad Ghazzl Description Persian theologian, jurist and philosopher Date of birth/death 1058 19 December 1111 Location of birth/death Tus Tus Work period from 1085 until 1111 Work location Nishapur; Baghdad; Damascus; Jerusalem; Tus Authority control : Q9546 VIAF:31996761 ISNI:0000 0001 2100 3882 LCCN:n82097778 NLA:35858591 Open Library:OL1471A WorldCat 71 Al-Ihya
RM2B02AE0–Six dervishes or Sufi adepts are depicted in varying states of dizziness and collapse after whirling to induce a mystical state. Two bearded figures stand with the aid of young novices, while two others are seated on the ground. At the lower left, a youth holds a book, while at the right, another plays the tambourine. The artist is unknown but may well have been Muhammad Herati, a painter with wide influence in the last quarter of the sixteenth century.
RM2H96334–Al-Mu'tazz Sends Gifts to Abdulla ibn Abdulla, from a copy of the Tarikh-i Alfi, 1592/94.
RMPA4WRP–Muhammad Ahmad bin Abd Allah, 1844 – 1885, a religious leader of the Samaniyya order in Sudan, From British Battles on Land and Sea, by James Grant
RMP5NN4D–N/A. English: A manuscript of Tarikh-i Bal'ami, Bal'ami's Persian translation of al-Tabari's Tarikh. : . 13 or 14 AD. Muhammad Bal'ami (–974) Alternative names Muammad Ibn-Muammad Balam; Description Persian historian, writer and vizier Date of birth/death 10th century between 27 February 974 and 27 March 974 Work location Iran Authority control : Q2663540 VIAF:45495483 ISNI:0000 0000 6687 4828 LCCN:n88294155 GND:133573435 SUDOC:030821371 WorldCat Calligrapher: Unknown 164 Bal'ami's Persian translation of al-Tabari's Tarikh