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Near-Eastern School, 13th century, male.

Active during the second half of the 13th century.

Engraver.

Three objects supposedly produced by him can be found in Florence and at Tehran's museum of archaeology.

Florence

Tehran (Iran-e Bastan/Mus. of Archaeology)

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Near-Eastern School, 13th century, male.

Active at the end of the 13th century, probably in Mosul.

Engraver.

Ali ibn Husayn signed three objects which can today be found in Paris and Cairo.

Cairo

Paris (Louvre)

Paris (Mus. des Arts décoratifs)

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Italian, 13th – 14th century, male.

Engraver, sculptor.

From 1301 to 1310 this artist replaced Giovanni Pisano in his workshop, while Pisano was working on the pulpit of Pisa Cathedral.

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Anne-Françoise Leurquin

Manual for religious and moral instruction commissioned by Philip III, King of France (reg 1270–85), from his confessor, the Dominican Frère Laurent. The work was finished in 1279–80 and was a literary success. Over 100 manuscript copies have survived, with printed editions appearing in the 15th century, and translations were made into English, Castilian, Catalan, Italian, Dutch and Occitan....