Khalili, Nasser D.
Khalili, Nasser D.
- Ḥ'alili, Natser Daṿid
- Khalīlī, Nāṣir Dāwūd
- خلىلى، ناصر داوود
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- found: Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art. The Abbasid tradition, c1992: ser. t.p. (Nasser D. Khalili) jkt. (Dr. Nasser D. Khalili; scholar in Islamic art; honorary fellow of the Univ. of London)
- found: Mamlekhet ha-sulṭanim, 1996: t.p. (Natser D. Ḥ'alili) t.p. verso (Nasser D. Khalili [in rom.]) p. 5 (Dr. Natser Daṿid Ḥ'alili)
- found: The art and tradition of the Zuloagas, c1997: p. 213 (Dr. Nasser D. Khalili; born in Iran in 1945; he is a citizen of the United Kingdom & the United States; resides in London)
- found: Aramaic documents from ancient Bactria (fourth century BCE.) from the Khalili collections, 2012: p. ix (Professor Nasser D. Khalili, Ph. D., KCSS, KCFO; founder, The Khalili Collections; I was born a Persian Jew) jacket (Professor Nasser D. Khalili; a scholar, collector, and philanthropist; since 1970, he has assembled, under the auspices of the Khalili Family Trust, five comprehensive art collections, comprising some 25,000 works: The arts of the Islamic world (700-1900); Japanese art of the Meiji period (1868-1912), Swedish textiles (1700-1900), Spanish damascened metalwork (1850-1900), and Enamels of the world (1700-2000); founded the Nasser D Khalili Chair of Islamic Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; endowed the Khalili Research Centre for the Art and Material Culture of the Middle East at the University of Oxford; graduate, associate research professor, and honorary fellow of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; co-founder and chairman of the Maimonides Foundation, which promotes peace and understanding between Muslims and Jews)
- found: Wikipedia, 25 August 2015 (Nasser Khalili; Nasser David Khalili; Persian: ناصر داوود خلىلى&#٬٢٠٠م؛ = Nڶaۊsir Dڶawڶud Khalڶilڶi; born 18 December 1945 in Esfahan; a British-Iranian scholar, collector, and philanthropist based in London; he holds British citizenship; after completing his schooling and national service in Iran, he moved to the United States of America in 1967, where he continued his education; in 1978, he settled in the United Kingdom)
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