- Walters Ms. W.597, Abridgment of the Book of kings (Shahnama)
- Tavakkul Bīk (Beg) valad Tūlak Bīk (Beg) Ḥusaynī, توكل بيک ولد تولك بيک حسينى, and No author name given.
- This is an illuminated and illustrated copy of an abridgment of Firdawsī's Shāhnāmah (Book of kings) entitled Tārīkh-i dilgushā-yi Shamshīrkhānī. It was composed in prose by Tavakkul Beg Ḥusaynī (fl. eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE) for Shamshīr Khān of Ghaznīn (Ghaznī or Ghaznah in present-day Afghanistan). Completed in the thirteenth century AH / nineteenth CE in India, possibly Lahore, the text is written in nastaʿlīq script and illustrated by thirty-three paintings.
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- Walters Art Museum