<p style='text-align: justify;'><p>A detached folio with a full page painting on the verso side; the text on the recto side can be seen through the plastic file in which the folio is mounted. </p><p>On the upper left corner of the page with the painting there is a European number 49, which is more likely to be the number of the painting in the original ms. than the folio number (whch would anyway normally be on the recto side).</p><p>Sheila Canby (pers. comm. 22 September 2004), suggests it is of Mughal origin, maybe painted over an [unfinished?] painting from Bukhara. See also J. Seyller's book on the Fitzwilliam overpaintings, and the Gulistan in the British Library from Central Asia, containing a portrait of Akbar. (F.A.).</p><p> </p></p>
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