An illustration in the 1305-14
by Rashid al-Din.
or Compendium of Chronicles
Ğāmi‛ al-tavārīḫ. Rašīd al-Dīn Fazl-ullāh Hamadānī
The Grove of Jetavana,
(or more likely, as has been suggested recently, Nagavrka, Maitreya’s tree of englightenment)
where the Buddha achieved Enlightenment
Khalili Collection, MSS. 727, folio 36b
Fig. 188; p160 Rogers. Fig. 44; K26 Blair.
Source: Khalili Collection, MSS. 727, folio 36b (276b of the reconstructed manuscript)
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