|Zadah Persian Carpets.
- Zadah Persian Carpets. Exhibition ;
- Zadah Persian Carpets.
"Pars"-Carpets in the Persian
Style ; London: 1983.
Zadeh, Ramin Nemati.
- Ramin Nemati Zadeh was tried and
convicted as an Israeli spy in Iran.
- Sentenced to 4 years the sentance was
reduced to 2 years.
- Pashtun tribal leader who was trying to
form an anti-Taliban
government in the Paktia capital city of
- Mohammad Zahir Shah. Deposed in 1973 and
sought refuge in Italy. Homes in Rome and
near San Remo on the Italien Riviera. The
King has stayed silent on Afghanistan for
all the years of his exile until the US
Afghan war. There is still some
bitterness that he did not do more during
the Russian war or the civil war. This
may have been a factor of the efforts by
Pakistan to isolate the King and keep him
out of Afghanistan.
- Shortly before the air strikes began Oct.
7, senior State Department official
Richard Haass visited the ex-king in
Rome, where he has lived since being
exiled in a 1973 coup.
- Mir Wais Zahir, youngest son
- Abdul Sattar Sirat is a senior adviser to
- The king was close to Mujaheddin
Haq who was executed by Taliban while
in Afghanistan on the King's business.
Rahim Wardak, is being represented to
the Pashtuns in Afghanistan as the
military representative to the king. His
position is being used to call Shurias in
the Logar, Paktia, Ghazni, and Wardak
Provinces and appoint Pro-Zahir Shah
- Zahir Shahi is a pattern that was
introduced after World War II in the
reign of Zahir Shah of Afghanistan. It is
a design frequently seen in Tekke and
Saryk Mauri rugs and copies of Mauri
- Zajaczkowski, Ananiasz. "'Historia
Isfandiara podlug tureckiej wersji
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Rocznik orientalistyczny. Vol. 28: No. 1.
Zaki, `Abd al-Rahman.
- Zaki, `Abd al-Rahman. al-Ahjar al-Karimah
fi al-Fann wa-al-Tarikh. Cairo:
al-Mu'assasah al-Misriyah al-`Ammah
lil-Ta'lif wa-al-Tarjamah wa-al-Tiba`ah
- Zaki, `Abd al-Rahman. al-Huli fi
al-Tarikh wa-al-Fann. Cairo: al-Dar
al-Misriyah lil-Ta'lif wa-al-Tarjamah,
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Swords" in Studies in Islamic Art
and Architecture in Honour of Professor
K. A. C. Creswell. Cairo: American
University in Cairo Press, 1965. 270-291.
- Zaki, `Abd al-Rahman. "Important
Swords in the Museum of Islamic Art in
Cairo" in Vaabenhistoriske
Aarbøger. Vol. 13. 1966. 143-157.
Additional title: "Nogle Blankvaben
pa Museet for islamisk Kunst i
Cairo." Danish text, pp. 143-152.
- Zaki, M., Arab Accounts of India, Delhi:
- Zaki, Abd ar-Rahman, 1958 Sajajid qahirya
wa ukhra muttasila biha min al-nahiya
al-fanniya [Technical and artistic
aspects of Cairene rugs and others
related], Al-majalla, vol. 2, pp. 119-21.
- Province in Iran with Capitol of the same
- Zangan rugs are single wefted Kurdish rugs
related to Qoltuq
- Zanjan now boasts several towns such as
the namesake provincial centre of Zanjan,
Abhar,Khorramdarreh, Khodabandeh, Ijrud,
Tarom and Mahneshan. Getting to know Zanjan
- Zaranjis an Afghan town between Zabol
(Iran) and Chakansur (Asl-e Cahansur,
Afghanistan). Zaranj is a major Baluch
Report Baluch take Zaranj
- 11/13/01 Yesterday a major Baluch
militia rose against Taliban and
seized Zaranj. Rugs from Zaranj
are usually sold as Zabol (Iran)
or Chakansur (Asl-e Cahansur,
Afghanistan). Baluch leader
Abdolkarim Barahui led about 600
700 tribesmen against the
Taliban and many of the Taliban
defected. This is not the first
Baluch Taliban clash.
- Simple cotton kelims with simple design.
Made generally for use, not as a
- Zhuz is the Kazakh
word for Hundred and it is used to
describe a tribal division that is called
Horde in Mongol. They are divided into
the Ulu Zhuz, Orta Zhuz and Kichi Zhuz.. Olcott,
The Kazakhs, page 10.
- Ziai, Asiyeh. "LETTERS". Hali
97, 1998. page 61. "Mystical
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Islamische Kleinkunst: Ein Handbuch für
Sammler und Liebhaber, by Ernst
Kühnel" in Der Islam. Vol. 40.
- Zick-Nissen, Johanna, 1964 Ein
Berichte aus den Staatlichen Museen der
Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz, n.s.
14, pp. 43-44.
- Ziegler and Co. was a German firm based
in England who was actively involved in
both the Opium and Carpet trade. Ziegler
set up looms in Sultanabad and helped
start the boom in carpets from Arak
- Ziemba, William and A. Akatay: Turkish
Flatweaves, An Introduction to the
Weaving and Culture of Anatolia ; London:
Zil es Sultan
- Prominent Washington DC attorney, rug
collector, board member and former
president of the Textile Museum.
- Ed Zimmerman
- Zipper, K and C. Fritzsche: Oriental
Rugs: Volume 4 Turkish ; Munich: 1989.
- Zuffetti, Celestina and P. Castelli.
Tappeti del Tibet (Carpets from Tibet) ;
San Donato: 1991.