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Gurney Journey: Place Names — wherein the author/artist reveals his source for place names.

If you look closely at Arthur Denison’s map of Dinotopia in Journey to Chandara , you’ll notice a lot of place names that didn’t appear in p.

Gurney Journey: Worldbuilding with Maps — great blog post!

Worldbuilding with Maps

Dutch Treat Club 1926. Amazing collection of endpapers hosted on Drawger by Stephen Kroninger!

End Papers - Dutch Treat Club 1926 by stephen Kroninger

The Conference of the Birds: from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din Attar, ca. 1600; Safavid period, Isfahan  Opaque watercolor, ink, silver, gold on paper

From "The Concourse of the Birds", Folio from a Mantiq al-tair (Language of the Birds) Artist: Painting by Habiballah of Sava (active ca.

Album leaf. General subject - figure, portrait, bird. A nobleman in a garden presented with a golden cockeral. On paper.

A nobleman in a garden presented with a golden cockeral. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Babur and Two Companions Racing During Their 1501-2 Flight from Samarqand. According to Bābur, when he looked back to see how far Qambar-˓Alī and Qasim Beg were behind him, his girth strap snapped, causing him to fall on his head. "Although I stood up immediately and got back on," he wrote, "my brain did not return to normal until that evening." This miniature is probably by the artist Parasa, to whom four others in the British Library's manuscript have been attributed.

Bābur and Two Companions Racing

Bābur and Two Companions Racing - Leaf from the Read Mughal Album, but formerly fol. 121 of the British Library's Bāburnāma, probably by Sānvalah Mughal ca. with century borders

The Mysterious Garden (1360) by Guillaume de Machaut (magictransistor)

français 300 x 210 mm (folio size) Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris wild beasts of wood and field

Maestro Boucicaut, Storia di Adamo ed Eva, 1415 circa, Los Angeles, The J. Paul Getty Museum

Maestro Boucicaut, Storia di Adamo ed Eva, 1415 circa, Los Angeles, The J.

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