[Seven leaves from a Qurʼan]. [10th century]


Riefstahl, R. Meyer (Rudolf Meyer), 1880-1936. [Seven leaves from a Qurʼan].

[Seven leaves from a Qurʼan]. [10th century]

7 leaves, bound : vellum ; 129 x 190 mm.

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