|Title||Princeton's Great Persian Book of Kings: The Peck Shahnama|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Simpson MShreve, Marlow L|
|Publisher||Princeton University Art Museum: Distributed by Yale Univesity Press|
Louise Marlow, Ph.D. 1987.
Received First Place Publication Award from The Association of Art Museum Curators.
Princeton's Great Persian Book of Kings presents the first comprehensive examination of a beautifully decorated yet relatively unknown manuscript of the Shahnama (Book of Kings), created in 1589-90 in the flourishing cultural center of Shiraz. Held by Princeton University and called the Peck Shahnama after its donor, the work ranks among the finest intact 16th-century Persian manuscripts in the United States.