Monique Burési, Eloïse Brac De La Perrière

Le coran de Gwalior : Polysémie d’un manuscrit à peintures

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    Dirigé par Monique Burési
    Dirigé par Eloïse Brac De La Perrière
    Editeur Association de Boccard
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    On September 24, 1398, the army of Timur Lang or Tamerlane took the city of Delhi by storm. This date marked the fall of the Delhi Sultanate; it had already been weakened by the emancipation of some of its territories, which had been transformed into small independent sultanates, and by endless conflicts with neighboring Hindu kingdoms. It would take nearly fifty years to recover from the ransacking of its capital and to free itself from Timurid control. It was precisely at the end of the 14th century, in this context of chaos, that a copy of the Qur’an was completed in the fortress of Gwalior, a few hundred kilometers from Delhi. This manuscript, today kept in the collections of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, contains remarkable decorative elements and a hermeneutic system of commentaries. The glosses, which refer to various levels of reading, suggest the existence of complex memorization techniques and of multiple functions for the Qur’anic manuscript. The flamboyant illuminations, which have no known equivalent in any other works, reveal a number of different influences. Between 2008 and 2014, a research program (UMR 8167- Medieval Islam) focused on this extraordinary work, the analysis of which required the skills of specialists in fields including Qur’anic studies, history, art history, codicology, paleography and divinatory and magical practices. Their hypotheses and conclusions are gathered in this book.

    Tableau de translitération Abréviations Ressources en ligne (consultés le 01/08/2015) Remerciements L’Inde des sultanats à la fin du xive siècle (carte) Éloïse Brac de la Perrière Introduction I – LE CORAN DE GWALIOR Frantz Chaigne, Mathilde Cruvelier The ornamentation of the Gwalior Qur’an, between diachronic legacies and geographic confluences Nourane Ben Azzouna, Patricia Roger-Puyo The Gwalior Qur’an: Archaeology of the manuscript and of its decoration: A preliminary study Sabrina Alilouche, Ghazaleh Esmailpour Qouchani Les gloses marginales et le fālnāma du coran de Gwalior, témoignages des usages multiples du coran dans l’Inde des sultanats II – CONTEXTES Johanna Blayac Contextualizing the Gwalior Qur’an: Notes on Muslim Military, Commercial and Mystical Routes in Gwalior and India before the 16th century Nalini Balbir Kalpasūtras et Corans : Réflexions sur l’écriture et la peinture de manuscrits jaina du Gujarat aux xive-xvie siècles Asma Hilali Qur’an Manuscripts and their Transmission History. Preliminary Remarks III- LES MANUSCRITS INDO-PERSANS ET LE MONDE ISLAMIQUE Finbarr Barry Flood Eclecticism and Regionalism: The Gwalior Qur’an and the Ghurid Legacy to Post-Mongol Art Yves Porter Lotus flowers and leaves, from China and Iran to the Indian Sultanates Simon Rettig A ‘Timurid-like Response’ to the Qur’an of Gwalior? Manuscript W563 at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore INDEX

    Livre Broché
    Date de parution 2016-07-15
    Nbr Pages Arabes 220
    Couleurs 124
    Collection Orient & Méditerranée
    ISBN 13 978-2-7018-0443-9
    Type Nom