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A volume of Shiite prayers copied in naskh script by the princess Umm Salamah, a daughter of Fath’ali Shah Qajar, for her nephew, Prince Muhammad Husayn Mirza. Iran, c.1823. *

A volume of Shiite prayers copied in naskh script by the princess Umm Salamah, a daughter of Fath’ali Shah Qajar, for her nephew, Prince Muhammad Husayn Mirza. Iran, c.1823. *

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