An illustration in the 1305-14
by Rashid al-Din.
or Compendium of Chronicles
Ğāmi‛ al-tavārīḫ. Rašīd al-Dīn Fazl-ullāh Hamadānī
The nobles of Kashmir enthrone a fakir as King Yashaskara (r939-48)
Khalili Collection, MSS. 727, folio 28b
Fig. 185; p159 Rogers. Fig. 40; K23 Blair.
Source: Khalili Collection, MSS. 727, folio 28b (268b of the reconstructed manuscript)
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