Book of Wonders
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The Kitab al-Bulhan كتاب البلهان, or Book of Wonders, is a 14th and 15th century Arabic manuscript compiled by Abd al-Hasan Al-Isfahani probably bound during the reign of Jalayirid Sultan Ahmad (1382–1410) in Baghdad. The contents include subjects on astronomy, astrology and geomancy, including a section of full-page illustrations, with plates dedicated to the discourse topic, e.g. a folktale, a sign of the zodiac, a prophet, etc.
A man, mounted on a camel, killing a dragon with a lance.
The Great Wall of Gog and Magog
Capricorn or al-Gadī, one of the signs of the Zodiac depicted in the book
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