Category:Ibrahim Sultan ibn Shahrukh

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English: Ibrahim Sultan (active 1394–1435), grandson of Timur and governor of Shiraz, was a patron of the book arts and an accomplished calligrapher in his own right. Ibrahim Sultan is said to have copied at least five manuscripts of the Qur'an and to have composed the calligraphic inscriptions for two schools he established in Shiraz.
<nowiki>Ibrahim Sultan ibn Shahrukh; Ibrahim Sultan; Ibrahim Sultan; Ibrahim Sultan; Ibrahim ibn Shahrukh; Ibrahim Sultan; سلطان ابراهیم میرزا تیموری; 易卜拉欣·蘇丹·伊本·沙哈魯; Ibrahim Sultan; İbrahim Sultan (Timurlu); ابراہیم شلطان; Ibrahim ibn Shahrukh; Ibrahim Sultan; Ebrahim Soltan; Ібрагім Султан; Ibrahim Sultan; Иброҳим Султон; Ибрагим-Султан; スルターン・イブラーヒーム・ミールザー; Ibrohim mirzo; Ibrahim Sultan; إبراهيم سلطان; אבראהים סולטאן; Ibrahim Sultan; príncep timúrida i governador de Fars; Ibrohim Mirzo; Timurid prince and governor of Fars; Тимурид, правитель Фарсу; kalligraaf; Иброҳим Мирзо; イブラーヒーム・ミズラ; إبراهيم سلطان بن شاه رخ; Ibrohim Sulton Abulfath; Ibrohim Mirzo; Ibrahim Sultan ibn Shahruk; ابراهيم سلطان بن شاهرخ; סולטאן אבראהים מירזא תימורי; Ибрахим-Султан</nowiki>
Ibrahim Sultan 
Timurid prince and governor of Fars
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Date of birth26 August 1394
Date of death3 May 1435
Shiraz
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Father
Sibling
  • Ulugh Beg (paternal half-brother)
  • Baysonqor (paternal half-brother)
  • Muhammad Juki (paternal half-brother)
  • Soyurghatmish ibn Shahrukh (paternal half-brother)
  • Soyurghatmish ibn Shahrukh
Child
  • Abdallah Mirza
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