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Old 18th September 2019, 07:30 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by ariel
So, one thing is clear: the etching was made by a Farsi-speaking person. Whether he was an itinerant master from Iran or a Persianized Afghani is unclear. In any case, it may explain the human figure and ,- perhaps,- the date of 1850 in Persian calendar Jalali.


I beg to differ! Nothing is clear. The one who made the etching could have been simply copying it 1:1 from somewhere else.
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