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Bahram Gur Slaying The Lion

Bahram Gur Slaying The Lion

  • Number 90pon

  • Material Wool

  • Style Pictorial

  • Origin Gabbeh

  • Type Tribal

  • Size 178 x 123

  • Age 1950

Story

A dramatic tribal Gabbeh depicting the legendary Persian Shah Bahram Gur in fight with two ferocious lions. The first has been defeated so he is facing the other one with a club. A royal crown between them symbolizes kingship, both for the King of Persia and the King of the Beasts. It is quite rare to see such elegant poetry inscribed in calligraphy on a nomadic Gabbeh.

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