Land des Verkäufers
Verlag: Afghanistik Verlag Sep 2016, 2016
Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - Der großer Lernwortschatz Deutsch-Urdu ist für Deutsch als Fremdsprache konzipiert. Es bietet Ihnen in 23 Kapiteln, 150 Unterkapiteln und 210 Themenbereichen die Möglichkeit, Ihren Wortschatz systematisch und umfassend nach Themenbereichen zu erweitern.Themen und SchwerpunkteDie Auswahl der Themen erleichtern nicht deutschsprachige Lernende sich mit den wichtigsten Wörtern auseinanderzusetzen und gezielt für bestimmte Situationen einzusetzen. Sichere und korrekte Aussprache Die Transliteration der deutschen Aussprache auf Urdu erleichtert Ihnen die richtige Aussprache. Das Buch ist für das Selbststudium geeignet und kann ebenso in Integrationskursen eingesetzt werden.Grundgrammtik der deutschen SpracheUm neben der Vokabeln ebenfalls die Grundgrammatik zu erlernen, widmet sich der zweite Abschnitt von der Artikeldeklination bis hin zur Sammlung wichtigster Verben und Adjektiven.Deutsch-Urdu RegisterMit dem Deutsch - Urdu Register können Sie gezielt Vokabeln nachschlagen,und die Bedeutung und Aussprache dazu finden. 184 pp. Deutsch, Urdu.
Kunst / Grafik / Poster
Minister des Nawab Wesir von Oudh (Provinz Agra and Oudh, India). Um 1780. Brustbild mit Pelzkappe im Oval. Feiner Punktierkupferstich von Joseph Singleton. 200 x 152 mm. sehr schönes Exemplar mit Rand.
Verlag: Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 2008
Softcover/Paperback. 400 pages. Like new. Shrink wrapped. / Wie neu. In Folie verschweißt. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 650.
Verlag: Matbaa-i Zelliç [i.e. Zellitch Brothers Printing House]., [ca. 1920], Istanbul, 1920
Soft cover. Zustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition of this extremely rare bilingual tractate including Prince Reza Khan's thoughts on Anglo-Persian agreement in1919. Mirza Reza Khan also known as Prince Rezâ Arfa', was a diplomat and poet of the late Qajar period who serviced in Constantinople. During his years of service abroad Reza became acquainted with a number of European political leaders. He was reported to entertain Russian sympathies and was certainly instrumental in negotiating the first Russian government loan to Persia, in 1317 / 1900. Nevertheless, he also appears to have supported the Anglo-Persian Agreement of 1919. In 1332 / 1914 he served as minister of justice (wazîr-e 'adlîya) in Tehran for about a year. This agreement in 1919 was a provisional agreement made between the British and the Persian governments which, if ratified, would have granted the British a paramount position of control over the financial and military affairs of Iran. From the days when Napoleon conceived the idea of invading India with the help of Alexander I, the Tsar of Russia, Great Britain contemplated with apprehension the invasion of India by Russia via Persia and Afghanistan. Under the Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907 (q.v.), which divided Persia into rival spheres of influence, southern Persia was assigned to Britain while Russia controlled the northern portion. Later, according to the terms of "The Secret Treaties of Constantinople" of 18 March 1915, Constantinople was promised to Russia, and England was allowed to incorporate within her sphere of influence the neutral zone of Persia. (Source: Encyclopedia Iranica). Original wrappers. Slightly chipped on extremities and occasionally foxing on cover. Otherwise a very good copy. Roy. 8vo. (23 x 16 cm). Bilingual in Persian and Ottoman script.  p., 7-18 pp. text in Persian, 19-34 pp. translation to Ottoman Turkish, a portrait of Prince Mirza Riza Han with a printed signature and inscription, and facsimile litho page of his manuscript poem in his calligraphy. Turkish chapter is in nashkh, Persian chapter is in taliq script. Lithography. Not in OCLC.; Özege 25155.; TBTK 8061. First Edition. Extremely rare.
Verlag: Islamic Revolution Publications and Educational Organization, Tehran, 1976
Hardcover. Zustand: Very good condition. Facsimile edition. Folio (15 1/2 x 10"). Original brown paper-covered boards with gilt decor on covers, gilt illustrated spine with gilt lettering on red leather label. Decorative endpapers. Publisher's device covered with label of "Islamic Revolution Publications." Printed and bound by the Offset Press, Inc., Tehran. A monthly paper published under the management of Mohammad Hasan Khan Etemad-Saltaneh, Minister of Press and Translation Department. Sharaf Nos. 1-87, 1882-1891, with portraits by Abu Torab Ghaffari and Mirza Musa, calligraphy by Mohammad Reza Kalhor, and Sherafat Nos. 1-66, 1896-1903, with portraits by Mehdi Mosavverolmolk. Mohammad Hasan Khan graduated as a historian and geographer from Dar al-Funun University of Technology, the first modern university and institution of higher learning in Iran. To depict the famous Iranian and foreign notables, politicians and artists of the time for the magazine he hired famous calligraphers, painters and photographers to complete the biographies and portraits published in the magazine. Contains some 150 facsimile portraits of Qajar, Chinese, Egyptian, and European Nobility and Royalty and illustrations of historical palaces and important monuments. The realistic style of painting presented in the magazines revolutionized the art and painting during the time when photography was on the rise in Iran. Text in Farsi with English title page. Binding with some light wear along edges and joints with very light fraying at head and tail of spine. Publisher's device on plastic label in brown glued to endpapers.
Verlag: London: Printed by H. S. Woodfall: Sold by J. Dodsley and R. Baldwin, 1780
First Edition, no half-title, advertisement leaf following the title with a glossary of Moorish terms on verso, , 52 pp., disbound. Reza Khan had been charged with embezzlement, mal-administration, etc., and though he was acquitted he was not restored to office.
Verlag: Edition Erdmann Sep 2016, 2016
Buch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - Im Frühjahr 1926 reiste Vita Sackville-West auf einem langen Umweg - über Ägypten, Indien und den Irak, wo sie in Bagdad einige Tage im Haus der von ihr verehrten Orientreisenden und Arabistin Gertrude Bell verbrachte - nach Persien, um ihren Mann zu besuchen, der als Sekretär der englischen Gesadtschaft in Teheran tätig war. Sie liebt das Abenteuer. Selbst als ihr Autokonvoi auf dem Weg nach Teheran in Kurdistan von berittenen Banditen verfolgt wurde, ließ sie sich nicht aus der Ruhe bringen. In Teheran genoss sie den Luxus und fand Gefallen an 'Rebhühnern, Melonen, Granatapfelmarmelade und Schiras-Wein'. Dabei hielt sie mit Kritik am Pomp des Diplomatenlebens nicht zurück und ließ sich von den Schätzen des persischen Hofes und der Krönung von Schah Reza Khan Pahlewi nicht blenden: 'Amateurtheater'. 196 pp. Deutsch.
Verlag: Hamburg, Vlarshall Cavendish International Ltd., 1991
30 cm , kartoniert. ca. 530 Seiten , alle 11 Hefte befinden sich in einem Schuber und stammen aus einer Haushaltsauflösung, die Heftchen sind teils fleckig, der Schuber hat leichte Bestoßungen an den Kanten, HEFT 3: König Carl Gustaf und Königin Silvia - HEFT 4: König Juan Carlos und Königin Sofia - HEFT 5: Edward VIII. und Wallis Simpson - HEFT 6: George VI. und Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon - HEFT 7: Kronprinz Rudolf und Maria Vetsera - HEFT 9: Prinz Ali Khan und Rita Hayworth - HEFT 10: Prinzessin Beatrix und Claus v. Amsberg - HEFT 11: Prince Andrew und Sarah Ferguson - HEFT 13: Princess und Mark Philipps - HEFT 14: Schah Reza von Persien und Soraya - HEFT 15: Princess Margaret und Tony Armstrong-Jones 3n3b Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2500.
Verlag: Penguin Books Ltd (UK) Aug 2020, 2020
Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - 'Outstanding, illuminating, compelling . a riveting read' Peter Frankopan, Sunday Times Islamic civilization was once the envy of the world. From a succession of glittering, cosmopolitan capitals, Islamic empires lorded it over the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and swathes of the Indian subcontinent. For centuries the caliphate was both ascendant on the battlefield and triumphant in the battle of ideas, its cities unrivalled powerhouses of artistic grandeur, commercial power, spiritual sanctity and forward-looking thinking.Islamic Empires is a history of this rich and diverse civilization told through its greatest cities over fifteen centuries, from the beginnings of Islam in Mecca in the seventh century to the astonishing rise of Doha in the twenty-first.It dwells on the most remarkable dynasties ever to lead the Muslim world - the Abbasids of Baghdad, the Umayyads of Damascus and Cordoba, the Merinids of Fez, the Ottomans of Istanbul, the Mughals of India and the Safavids of Isfahan - and some of the most charismatic leaders in Muslim history, from Saladin in Cairo and mighty Tamerlane of Samarkand to the poet-prince Babur in his mountain kingdom of Kabul and the irrepressible Maktoum dynasty of Dubai. It focuses on these fifteen cities at some of the defining moments in Islamic history: from the Prophet Mohammed receiving his divine revelations in Mecca and the First Crusade of 1099 to the conquest of Constantinople in 1453 and the phenomenal creation of the merchant republic of Beirut in the nineteenth century. 440 pp. Englisch.
Verlag: München: Selbstverlag Michael Graeter, 1977
Zustand: Gut. 336 + 336 Seiten, zahlreiche Illustrationen, Zustand: Bücher selbst gut. Schutzumschläge und Pappschuber berieben, vergilbt und bestoßen. Innen sehr gut. 149 Bitte beachten sie bei Versand ins Ausland: Auf Grund der besonderen Versandkostenangaben von AbeBooks und ZVAB kann es bei schwereren oder mehrbaendigen Werken (ueber 1000g) zu hoeheren Portokosten kommen. Please note! When shipping outside of Germany: Due to the special shipping costs of AbeBooks and ZVAB it may come at heavier or multi-volume works (over 1000g) to higher postage costs. Sales to Great Britain are only up to £ 135. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 4501 26 x 36 cm, gebundene Ausgabe, mit Schutzumschlag, Pappe. 2 Bücher mit jeweils zwei Jahrgängen in einem Pappschuber.
Verlag: Selbstverlag Michael Graeter,, 1977
Schutzumschlag mit leichten Randläsuren, Kopfschnitt gering angestaubt, ansonsten recht guter Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 5050 336 S., einige farbige und überaus zahlreiche s/w Abbildungen, 25,5 x 34 cm (Querformat), Original-Leinenband mit geprägtem Vorder- und Rückentitel, mit illustriertem Schutzumschlag.
Verlag: ALIVE AG Jan 2019, 2019
Audio-CD. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - Der Schah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi ging ins Exil. Ajatollah Chomeini kehrte nach 15 Jahren im Exil wieder nach Persien zurück und rief die Islamische Republik Iran aus. Margaret Thatcher wurde zur neuen britischen Premierministerin ernannt. In Teheran wurden in der US-amerikanischen Botschaft 52 Diplomaten als Geiseln genommen. Zwei Familien gelang mit einem selbstgebauten Heißluftballon die Flucht aus der DDR. Der Hamburger SV wurde deutscher Fußballmeister. Die Discowelle war auf dem Höhepunkt. Die deutschen Schlager bekamen zunehmend Konkurrenz aus der internationalen Discoszene. Unter den erfolgreichstenSchlagern des Jahres 1979 waren -Nachts, wenn alles schläft- von Howard Carpendale, -Dschinghis Khan- von Dschinghis Khan und -El Lute- von Michael Holm. Auch die Schlagerszene hatte die Hand am Puls der Zeit.Günter Willumeit veröffentlichte mit -L.M.A.A.- seine ganz spezielle Version von -Y.M.C.A.- und Elfi Graf brachte die deutsche Version von Blondies -Sunday Girl- in die Läden. Auf dieser Doppel-CD finden sich 50 derbesten deutschen Schlager aus dem Jahr 1979.
Verlag: GRIN Verlag, 2018
Taschenbuch. Zustand: wie neu. Druck auf Anfrage Neuware - Essay from the year 2018 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Far East, grade: 2, , language: English, abstract: This research will discuss different ways, in which the Islamic Government has turned the country's social and economic status into unprecedented cascade.The Iranian revolution of 1979 was believed to be a turning point of the country's struggle for freedom and economic prosperity. Historically, Iran had experienced a series of power transition, especially during the 19th Century. In the early 19th Century, there was a remarkable power shift, which was characterized by a substantial change of leadership styles and developmental strategies. One of the power transitions, which occurred, in the 19th Century was the siege of the Kajar dynasty by Reza Khan, in 1921. Reza Khan overthrew the Kajar dynasty because; he was dissatisfied with the developmental strategies adopted by the Iranian leader. Moreover, the Iranian political regime exercised unprecedented social injustices, especially under the Islamic law. Therefore, Reza overthrew the Kajar dynasty with the principal objective of igniting economic development and social transformation under the wave of western modernization and civilization. 16 pp. Englisch.
Verlag: Istanbul Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültes Türk ve Islâm Sanati Kürsüsü, 1969
Zustand: Gut. 323 S. Aus der Bibliothek von Prof. Dr. Wolfram Kleiss, langjährigem Leiter der Außenstelle Teheran des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Einband leicht berieben. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. Mit Widmung von Rudolf Naumann. - O. GRABAR Sarvistan, a note on Sasanian Palaces -- R. GHIRSHMAN Disque en Bronze à Décor Ternaire -- RICHARD N. FRYE Inscribed Sasanian Seals from the Nayeri Collection -- ROBERT GÖBL Zum Chronologieproblem der Sasanidischen Kunst -- ELISABETH und RUDOLF NAUMANN Ein Kösk im Sommerpalast des Abaqa Chan auf dem Tacht-i Sulaiman und seine Dekoration -- FRANZ TAESCHNER Vom Heiligengrab zur Zunftzentrale -- ALESSIO BOMBACI Die Mauerinschriften von Konya -- JANINE SOURDEL-THOMINE Les Dates de Construction de l'Agzi Kara Han d'Après ses Inscriptions -- CHARLES K. WILKINSON Christian Remains from Nishapur -- RICHARD ETTINGHAUSEN A Case of Traditionalism in Iranian Art -- KATHARINA OTTO-DORN Die menschliche Figurendarstellung auf den Fliesen von Kobadabad -- OKTAY ASLANAPA Pottery and Kilns from the Iznik Excavations -- J M ROGERS Aeolipiles Again -- BASIL GRAY Some chinoiserie Drawings and their Origin -- G. M. MEREDITH-OWENS A Rare Illustrated Persian Manuscript -- WILHELM EILERS Illustration einer Gulistan-Geschichte durch Réza 'Abbasi -- M. S. DIMAND An Unpublished 17th Century Compartment Vase Carpet -- CHARLES GRANT ELLIS Caucasian Carpets in the Textile Muesum -- RUDOLF SCHNYDER Ziegler-Teppiche. Ein Beitrag zum Thema: Europa und der Orientteppich -- EMEL ESIN "AND" The Cup Rites in Inner-Asian and Turkish Art , -- TAMARA TALBOT RICE Seme Reflections on the Subject of Arm Bands -- HERBERT FUX Chinesische Medaillonformen in der Islamischen Kunst -- ADOLF GROHMANN Eine Abrechnung über die Ausgaben für das an einem Bau beschäftigte Personal in Form eines Tagesjournals aus dem IX. Jahrhundert -- HANNA ERDMANN Verzeichnis der Schriften von Kurt Erdmann. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag.
Verlag: Takvimhâne-i Âmire., [AH 1258], Istanbul, 1842
Leather. Zustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. In original 1/4 leather bdg. 4to. (29 x 20 cm). In Ottoman script. Text with 'derkenar'. , 396 p. Minor fading on papers. Hegira: 1258 = Gregorian: 1842. First Edition. Mîrkhwând also spelled Mirkhond, byname of Mu?ammad Ibn Khâvandshâh Ibn Mahmûd (Born, 1433, Balkh [now in Afghanistan] Afghanistan, died June 22, 1498, Herât), one of the most important Persian chroniclers of Iran under the Timurid dynasty, (15th century). He was a member of an old family of sayyids (those who claim descent from the Prophet Muhammad) established in Bukhara. Spending most of his life in Herât in the court of the last Timurid sultan, Husayn-Bayqara' (Husayn Bayqarah), (1469-1506), Mîrkhwând enjoyed the protection of ?usayn's renowned minister. 'Ali-Shir-Navai' (Alî Shîr Navâ'î), a celebrated patron of literature and himself a writer of great distinction. At the request of his patron, he began about 1474 his general history. Rowzat os-safâ' (Eng. trans. begun as History of the Early Kings of Persia, 1832 continued as The Rauzat-us-Safa; or, Garden of Purity, the work is composed of seven large volumes and a geographic appendix, sometimes considered the eighth volume. The history begins with the age of the pre-Islamic Persian kings and surveys the major Muslim rulers of Iran up to the events of 1523. The seventh volume may have been finished by Mîrkhwând's grandson, the historian Khwândamîr (Khondamir), and in the 19th century, Rezâ Qolî Khân Hedâyat wrote a supplement to the work. Mîrkhwând is often criticized for his highly embellished and bombastic style and for his uncritical approach to the sources, but his history preserves sections from earlier works that have since been lost. Volumes 5 and 6 are particularly reliable, for they utilize the abundant historiographic materials of the Mongol and Timurid periods and furnish independent information on the events that are contemporary or nearly contemporary with the author's lifetime. (Source: Encyclopædia Britannica). This is the first and early Ottoman Turkish Edition. Özege 20653.
Verlag: Berlin / Shanghai, Hesign, 2006
4°, 657 S., durchgeh. farb. Abb., Brosch. in Schmuckschuber., Tadellos. EA. Text engl./chin. - «A luxurious book asking 108 leading contemporary poster artists eight basic questions on life and design, and showing their recent work. The title refers to a famous classical chinese novel about 108 Robin Hoods fighting for freedom, for the poor and against the rich, and for mutual respect of each other. The 108 modern heroes and heroines are: Tapani Aartomaa (Finland), Majid Abbasi (Iran), Reza Abedini (Iran), Sang-Soo Ahn (Korea), Peter Anderson (UK), Antoine et Manuel (France), Philippe Apeloig (France), Dimitris Arvanitis (Greece), Benny Au (Hong Kong), Franco Balan ( Italy), André Baldinger (Switzerland), Ruedi Baur (Switzerland), Anna Berkenbusch (Germany), Xuefeng Bi (China), Blotto (Germany), Michel Bouvet(France), Erich Brechbuehl (Switzerland), Stephan Bundi (Switzerland), Alan Chan (Hong Kong), Sandy Choi(Hong Kong), Marion Deuchars (UK), Lex Drewinski (Germany), Tatsuo Ebina (Japan), Garry Emery (Australia), Oded Ezer (Israel), Alexander Faldin (Russia), Isidro Ferrer (Spain), Anke Feuchtenberger (Germany), Reinhard Gassner (Austria), Christof Gassner (Germany), Karl D. Geissbuehler (Switzerland), Milton Glaser (USA), Keith Godard (USA), Fernando Gutierrez (UK), Kenya Hara (Japan), Jianping He (Germany), Fons Hickmann (Austria), Mirko Ilic (USA), Melk Imboden (Switzerland), Alexander Isley (USA), Hua Jiang (China), Alex Jordan (France), Satoji Kashimoto (Japan), Nauka Kirschner (Germany), Laboratoires=cccp (France), Ken-Tsai Lee (Taiwan), Yossi Lemel (Israel), Anette Lenz (France), Alain le Quernec (France), Jean-Benoit Levy (Switzerland), Rico Lins (Brazil), Boris Ljubicic (Croatia), Uwe Loesch (Germany), Andrey Logvin (Russia), Pekka Loiri (Finland), Alejandro Magallanes (Mexico), Lech Majewski (Poland), Malte Martin (France), Shin Matsunaga (Japan), Kei Matsushita (Japan), Holger Matthies (Germany), Chaz Maviyane-Davies (USA), Katherine McCoy (USA), Saed Meshki (Iran), Miriam+me, Trix+me (Switzerland), Bruno Monguzzi (Switzerland), Hideki Nakajima (Japan), Daisaku Nojiri (Japan), Finn Nygaard (Denmark), Sabina Oberholzer & Renato Tagli (Switzerland), Istvan Orosz (Hungary), Ostengruppe (Russia), Kum-Jun Park (Korea), Giorgio Pesce (Switzerland), Kari Piippo (Finland), Peter Pocs (Hungary), Jan Rajlich Jr. (Czech), Jan Rajlich Sr. (Czech), Gunter Rambow (Germany), Rinzen (Australia), Gabriela Rodriguez (Mexico), Vladislav Rostoka (Slovakia), Stefan Sagmeister (USA), Makot Saito (Japan), UG Sato (Japan), Taku Satoh (Japan), Gerwin Schmidt (Germany), Guy-A. Schockaert (Belgium), Arnold Schwartzman (USA), Leonardo Sonnoli (Italy), Georg Staehelin (Switzerland), Studio Boot (Netherlands), Substrat (Switzerland), Shinnoske Sugisaki (Japan), David Tartakover (Israel), Thonik (Netherlands), Rosmarie Tissi (Switzerland), Niklaus Troxler (Switzerland), Akihiko Tsukamoto (Japan), Mihaly Varga (Switzerland), Heinz Waibl (Italy), Garth Walker (South Africa), Yuefei Wang (China), Russel Warren-Fisher (UK), Imaya Wong (Malaysia), Ming Lung Yu (Taiwan), Dali Zhang (China), Lourdes Zolezzi (Mexico)». 2200 gr. Schlagworte: Kunst - Grafikdesign.
Verlag: Tehran Qajar Persia Shawwal AH 1822 AD, 1237
Illuminated manuscript on fine polished paper, in Arabic and Farsi, complete, 322 leaves (including two contemporary endleaves at the front and one at the end of the volume), 295 by 185 mm.; single column, 37 lines fine black naskh with headings and important phrases in red throughout, illuminated polychrome headpiece opening the text, leaves double-ruled in red, blue and gold, contemporary catch-words throughout, wide margins, a few contemporary annotations to margins marking important sections, exceptionally clean and bright copy; contemporary olive morocco over pasteboards, covers with central medallions cut-out and filled with fillegree details in gilt, painted in cream and green, covers ruled in blind, two contemporary (nineteenth-century) paper labels to spine with manuscript bibliographical details, some light scuffing to outer extremities, overall very clean and presentable copy. In the twelfth century, there was a shift in the style of histographical authorship that was inspired by Middle Persian chronicle writing: removed from the dwindling rhetoric of caliphate secretaries, this new style of biographical writing that was embellished in rhymed verses and literary expressions, taking example from Iranian rhetoric. This newly emerged style was applied to biographies that were written to glorify sovereigns and which granted an insight into the inner workings of these figures in much more detail than any pre-existing general histories. The first book to emerge in this genre was written by Abu Nasr Muhammad bin Abd al-Jabbari al-Utbi (d. 1036), a Persian scholar from a distinguished Arab family who served under Sebuktigin and Mahmoud in their administration, and the present text is an important commentary on this work. Al-Utbi's Kitab al-Yamini is a history of Yamin al-Dawla Mahmoud al-Ghaznawi (d. 1030), which ends in the year 1010 with a eulogy on the brother of the Sultan, Nasr (who also died in that year). The text ends with an appendix in which the author complains about having been pushed out of office by a certain Abu'l Hasan al-Baghawi, and it seems as if the text itself was a means of warning the Sultan of conspiracies in his court. This theme is expanded by al-Manini, whose text is not only historical, but forms an almost encyclopaedic compendium of sovereigns and details of their respective political parties. Al-Manini compiled the text in 1731, however despite it's relatively recent history, copies of this text are exceptionally scarce (for more on this style of biographical writing and the author, see Brockelmann 1, 383.; Al-Alam, 1/181). Abu'l Najah Ahmad bin Ali al-Uthmani al-Manini (d. 1759) was an Islamic scholar and historian based in Damascus and Tripoli, originally from the ancient Syrian village of Menin. He was also a professor at several madrasas, a qadi in Qara, and a preacher in the Umayyad mosque in Damascus. This fine Qajar copy of his text was was copied for the named patron Emir Abdul-Hussein Khan by the Haji Mahmoud bin Musi Reza al-Muwazim al-Sab'agh Tehrani in Shawwal 1822. The paper is of the finest quality, polished and very thin, and the quality of naskh calligraphy throughout is exceptional.
Paris, 1887. Original photograph, carte de visite, albumen print, 9,5 x 6,5 cm. Ken, A., photographe, Boulevard Monmartre 10, Paris - - - - - - - Mozaffar ad-Din Shah QajarNasser al-Din Shah Qajar (16 July 1831 - 1 May 1896) was the King of Iran from 17 September 1848 to 1 May 1896 when he was assassinated. He was the son of Mohammad Shah Qajar and Malek Jahan Khanom, Mahd-e Olia and the third longest reigning monarch king in Iranian history after Shapur II of the Sassanid Dynasty and Tahmasp I of the Safavid Dynasty. He had sovereign power for close to 50 years and was also the first Persian monarch to ever write and publish his diaries. - Naser al-Din was in Tabriz when he heard of his father's death in 1848, and he ascended to the Peacock Throne with the help of Amir Kabir. - Naser al-Din had early reformist tendencies, but was dictatorial in his style of government. With his sanction, some Babis were killed after an attempt on his life. This treatment continued under his Prime Minister Amir Kabir, who even ordered the execution of The Báb - regarded as a Manifestation of God to Bábí's and Bahá'ís, and to historians as the founder of the Bábí religion. - Unable to regain territory lost to Russia in the early 19th century, Na?er al-Din sought compensation by seizing Herat, Afghanistan, in 1856. Great Britain regarded the move as a threat to British India and declared war on Iran, forcing the return of Herat as well as Iranian recognition of the kingdom of Afghanistan. - Naser al-Din was the first modern Iranian monarch to visit Europe in 1873 and then again in 1878 (when he saw a Royal Navy Fleet Review), and finally in 1889 and was reportedly amazed with the technology he saw there. During his visit to the United Kingdom in 1873, Naser al-Din Shah was appointed by Queen Victoria a Knight of the Order of the Garter, the highest English order of chivalry. He was the first Iranian monarch to be so honoured. His travel diary of his 1873 trip has been published in several languages as Persian, German, French and Dutch. - During his visit, Naser al-Din met with British Jewish leaders, including Sir Moses Montefiore. At that time, the Persian king suggested that the Jews buy land and establish a state for the Jewish people. - In 1890 Naser al-Din met British Gerald Talbot and signed a contract with him giving him the ownership of the Iranian tobacco industry, but he later was forced to cancel the contract after Ayatollah Mirza Hassan Shirazi issued a Fatwa that made farming, trading and consuming tobacco haram (forbidden). It even affected the Shah's personal life as his wives did not allow him to smoke. - This was not the end of Naser al-Din's attempts to give advantages to Europe; he later gave the ownership of Iranian customs incomes to Paul Julius Reuter. - Naser al-Din was effective in introducing several different western influences to Iran. He curbed the secular power of the clergy, introduced telegraph and postal services, built roads, opened the first school offering education along Western lines, and launched Iran's first newspaper. He was the first Iranian to be photographed and was a patron of photography who had himself photographed hundreds of times. His final prime minister was Ali Asghar Khan, who after the shah's assassination aided in securing the transfer of the throne to Mozaffar al-Din. - The Shah, on his European tour, in the Royal Albert Hall, London. Seated between the Princess of Wales and her sister, the Tsesarevna of Russia. - In the later years of his rule, however, Naser al-Din steadfastly refused to deal with the growing pressures for reforms. He also granted a series of concessionary rights to foreigners in return for large payments that went into his own pockets. In 1872 popular pressure forced him to withdraw one concession involving permission to construct such complexes as railways and irrigation works throughout Iran. In 1890 he made an even greater error in granting a 50-year concession on the purchase, sale, and processing of all tobacco in the country, which led to a national boycott of tobacco and the withdrawal of the concession. This last incident is considered by many authorities to be the origin of modern Iranian nationalism. - Naser al-Din was assassinated by Mirza Reza Kermani, a follower of Jamal al-Din al-Afghani, when he was visiting and praying in the shrine of Shah-Abdol-Azim. It is said that the revolver used to assassinate him was old and rusty, and had he worn a thicker overcoat, or been shot from a longer range, he would have survived the attempt on his life. Shortly before his death he is reported to have said "I will rule you differently if I survive!" Naser al-Din Shah's assassin was prosecuted by the Defence Minister Nazm ol Doleh. - Naser al-Din was buried in the Shah-Abdol-Azim Cemetery, in Rayy near Tehran, where he was assassinated. His one-piece marble tombstone, bearing his full effigy, is now kept in the Golestan Palace Museum in Tehran and is renowned as a masterpiece of Qajar-era sculpture. - Naser al-Din Shah was very interested in painting and photography. He was a talented painter, and even though he had not been trained, was an expert in pen and ink drawing. Several of his pen and ink drawings survive. He was one of the first photographers in Persia and was a patron of that art. He established a photography studio in Golestan Palace. - Naser al-Din was also a poet. 200 couplets of his were recorded in the preface of Majma'ul Fusaha, a work by Reza-Qoli Khan Hedayat about poets of the Qajar period. He was interested in history and geography and had many books on these topics in his library. He also knew French and English, but was not fluent in either tongue. - Hekayat Pir Va Javan ("The Tale of the Old and the Young") was attributed to him by many; it was one of the first Persian stories written in modern European style. (Wikipedia). KEYWORDS:paris/france/persia/photo.
Verlag: New York: Springer New York, 2011
Zustand: Wie neu. 1. Edition. 685 S. Tadellos, nahezu ohne Gebrauchsspuren. - Inhalt: Epidemiology and Aetiology of Head and Neck Cancer /, Newell W. Johnson and Hemantha K. Amarasinghe -- Head and Neck Cancer Prevention / Fausto Chiesa, Angelo Ostuni, Roberto Grigolato, and Luca Calabrese -- Cellular and Molecular Pathology of Head and Neck Tumors / Adel K. El-Naggar -- Oncogenomics/Proteomics of Head and Neck Cancers / Howard S. Moskowitz and Jennifer R. Grandis -- Genetics and Epigenetics of Head and Neck Cancer / Richard J. Shaw and Jagtar Dhanda -- Immunology of Head and Neck Cancer / Steve C. Lee and Robert L. Ferris -- HPV and EBV in Head and Neck Cancer / Jeffrey Brumbaugh, Robert L. Ferris, and Shen Hu -- Head and Neck Cancer Staging and Prognosis: Perspectives of the UICC and the AJCC / Brian O'Sullivan and Jatin P. Shah -- Biomarkers in Head and Neck Cancer / John Wrangle, Shanthi Marur, and Arlene A. Forastiere -- Hypoxia in Head and Neck Cancers: Clinical Relevance and Treatment / Yungan Tao and Jean Bourhis -- Translational Research in Head and Neck Oncology / David S. Yoo and David M. Brizel -- Preclinical Models of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma / Michiel W.M. van den Brekel, C.L. Zuur, Stephen P. Malkoski, and Xiao-Jing Wang -- Morphologic Investigations in Head and Neck Cancer / Suyash Mohan and Gaurang V. Shah -- Ultrasound Investigations in Head and Neck Cancer Patients / Yolanda Y.P. Lee, K.T. Wong, Ann D. King, and Anil T. Ahuja -- Functional Imaging / Ludwig G. Strauss and Antonia Dimitrakopoulou-Strauss -- Sentinel Node Biopsy for Head and Neck Cancer / Lee Alkureishi and Gary L. Ross -- Approaches to Supportive Care / Barbara A. Murphy -- Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer / Nancy Lee, Daniel Gomez, Edward J. Shin, and K.S. Clifford Chao -- Principles of Systemic Chemotherapy for Squamous Cell Head and Neck Cancer / Cristina P. Rodriguez and David J. Adelstein -- Molecular Targeted Therapies in Head and Neck Cancer / Vinai Gondi, Anne M. Traynor, and Paul M. Harari -- Phase I Study Methodology in Head and Neck Oncology / Christophe Le Tourneau and Lillian L. Siu -- Evidence-Based Head and Neck Oncology: Principles and Pitfalls / Sören M. Bentzen -- Programs of Organ and Function Preservation / Jean-Louis Lefebvre -- Multidisciplinary Approach of Unresectable Head and Neck Cancer / Ricardo Hitt, Bianca Hornet, and Robert I. Haddad -- Laser Endoscopie Treatment / Pierre R. Moreau and Pierre H. Demez -- Multidisciplinary Management of Skull Base and Superstructure Tumors / Giulio Cantù, Carlo L. Solerò, Stefano Riccio, Sarah Colombo, and Madia Pompilio -- Multidisciplinary Management of Oral Cavity and Maxillary Sinus Cancers / Alexander D. Rapidis -- Management of Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma / Anne W.M. Lee, Wai-Tong Ng, Tsz-Kok Yau, Stephen C.K. Law, and William I. Wei -- Multidisciplinary Management of Oropharynx Carcinomas / Beth M. Beadle and David I. Rosenthal -- Multidisciplinary Management of Hypopharyngeal Carcinoma / Marc Hamoir, Jean-Pascal Machiels, Sandra Schmitz, and Vincent Grégoire -- Cancers of the Larynx: Tis, TI, T2 Evaluation and Management / Carol M. Lewis, Ollivier Laccourreye, Randal S. Weber, and F. Christopher Holsinger -- Diagnosis and Multidisciplinary Treatment of Laryngeal Cancers / Nabil F. Saba, J. Trad Wadsworth, Jonathan J. Beitler, and Fadlo R. Khuri -- Principles and New Approaches in Surgical Reconstruction / Christina Kenney Magill and Bruce H. Haughey -- Multidisciplinary Treatment of the Neck / Remco de Bree, Johannes A. Langendijk, and C. René Leemans -- Postoperative Management of High-Risk Resectable Head and Neck Cancer / Jay S. Cooper -- Management of Salivary Gland Cancer / Laura D. Locati, Marco Guzzo, Patrizia Olmi, and Lisa Licitra -- Head and Neck Melanoma / Geneviève A. Andrews and Jeffery N. Myers -- Cervical Lymph Node Métastases of Squamous Cell Carcinoma from an Unknown Primary Site / Nicholas Pavlidis and George Plataniotis -- Management of Thyroid and Parathyroid Cancers / Ranee Mehra, Charu Aggarwal, and Roger B. Cohen -- Head and Neck Paragangliomas / Matthew O. Old and James L. Netterville -- Treatment of the Elderly Head and Neck Cancer Patient / Jean-Claude Horiot and Matti S. Aapro -- Interstitial Radiation Therapy in Cancer of the Oropharynx and Oral Cavity / Peter C. Levendag, David N. Teguh, and Paul J.M. Schmitz -- Proton Beam Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer / Danielle N. Margalit, Judy A. Adams, and Annie W. Chan -- Normal Tissue Complications and Protection in Head and Neck Cancer Patients / Andy Trotti, Nikhil Rao, Avraham Eisbruch, and David I. Rosenthal -- Rehabilitation of Heavily Treated Head and Neck Cancer Patients / Rachael E. Kammer and JoAnne Robbins -- Salvage Therapy in Head and Neck Cancer Patients / Saba Aftab, Rod Rezaee, and Pierre Lavertu -- Systemic Treatment of Recurrent/Metastatic Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck / Jan B. Vermorken -- Best Supportive Care for Palliative Treatment / Michaela Salzwimmer -- Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer Patients / Jolie Ringash -- Quality Assurance of Clinical Trials in the Management of Cancer in the Head and Neck / Thomas J. FitzGerald, Maryann Bishop-Jodoin, Marcia M. Urie, Kenneth Ulin, Geoffrey S. Ibbott, James A. Purdy, Joel H. Saltz, Lester J. Peters, M. Giulia Cicchetti, Mitchell Schnall, Joseph Deasy, Walter R. Bosch, Michael V. Knopp, Lawrence H. Schwartz, Keith S. White, Richard Hanusik, Sandra K. Kessel, Karen Morano, and Fran Laurie. - In recent years, great advances in translational research have led to new paradigms in the treatment of cancers of the head and neck. Written by leading international physicians and investigators, this innovative multi-disciplinary book presents the most up-to-date research and clinical approaches. Coverage is given to progress in a variety of clinical settings, including programs of organ and function preservation, curative treatments, unresectable disease, adjuvant treatments in.