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This two-day symposium celebrates the art of the five sultanates that ruled the Deccan region of India between the 15th and the 17th centuries. Recorded October 24–25, 2008.
Above: "The House of Bijapur:" Album leaf (detail), ca. 1680. Kamal Muhammad; Chand Muhammad. Attributed to India, Deccan, Bijapur. Purchase, Gifts in memory of Richard Ettinghausen; Schimmel Foundation Inc., Ehsan Yarshater, Karekin Beshir Ltd., Margaret Mushekian, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ablat and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Straka Gifts; The Friends of the Islamic Department Fund; Gifts of Mrs. A. Lincoln Scott and George Blumenthal, Bequests of Florence L. Goldmark, Charles R. Gerth and Millie Bruhl Frederick, and funds from various donors, by exchange; Louis E. and Theresa S. Seley Purchase Fund for Islamic Art and Rogers Fund, 1982 (1982.213)

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This two-day symposium celebrates the art of the five sultanates that ruled the Deccan region of India between the 15th and the 17th centuries. Recorded October 24–25, 2008.
Above: "The House of Bijapur:" Album leaf (detail), ca. 1680. Kamal Muhammad; Chand Muhammad. Attributed to India, Deccan, Bijapur. Purchase, Gifts in memory of Richard Ettinghausen; Schimmel Foundation Inc., Ehsan Yarshater, Karekin Beshir Ltd., Margaret Mushekian, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ablat and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Straka Gifts; The Friends of the Islamic Department Fund; Gifts of Mrs. A. Lincoln Scott and George Blumenthal, Bequests of Florence L. Goldmark, Charles R. Gerth and Millie Bruhl Frederick, and funds from various donors, by exchange; Louis E. and Theresa S. Seley Purchase Fund for Islamic Art and Rogers Fund, 1982 (1982.213)

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