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Ajā'ib al-makhlūqāt

Badiee, J. (1978). An Islamic cosmography: The illustrations of the Sarre Qazwini. . Ph.D. diss. University of Michigan.

Berlekamp, P. (2003). Wonders and their images in late medieval Islamic culture: "the wonders of creation" in Fars and Iraq, 1280-1388. Ph.D. diss. Dept. of the History of Art and Architecture Harvard University.

Carboni, S., & British Library. (1992). The wonders of creation and the singularities of Ilkhanid painting: A study of the London Qazwīnī, British Library Ms. Or. 14140. Ph.D. diss. University of London (School of Oriental and African Studies) .

 

Baburnama

Smart, Ellen (1977). Paintings from the Baburnama: AStudy of Sixteenth-Century Mughal Historical ManuscriptIllustrations. Ph.D. diss. School of Oriental and AfricanStudies, University of London.

 

Nizami's Khamseh

Adahl, K. (1981). A Khamsa of Nizami of 1439: Origin of the miniatures: a presentation and analysis. Ph.D. diss. Uppsala University.

Faridany-Akhavan, Z. (1989). The problems of the Mughal manuscript of the "Hamza-Nāma", 1562-1577: A reconstruction. Ph.D. diss. Harvard University.

Gruber, C. J. (2005). The prophet Muḥammad's ascension (mi`rāj) in Islamic art and literature, ca. 1300-1600.  Ph.D. diss. University of Pennsylvania 

Minissale, G. B. (2001). Painting awareness: A study into the use of exotic cultural traditions by the artists of the Emperor Akbar's Khamsa of Nizami. Ph.D. diss. University of London.Bottom of Form

Soucek, P. P. (1971). Illustrated manuscripts of Nizami's Khamseh, 1386-1482. Ph.D. diss. New York University, School of Arts and Science.

 

Seiro-Nabi

Fisher, C. G. (1981). The pictorial cycle of the Siyeri-i Nebi: A late sixteenth century manuscript of the life of Muhammad. Ph.D. diss. Michigan State University

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