蓝色清真寺(Pers.Masjed-e kabud),也被称为Masjed-eMoẓaffariya,是在QarāQoyunlu王朝统治时期(1351-1469)建造的,于1465年完工。唯一的主要QarāQoyunlu结构仍然站在王朝的首都,它说明了土库曼大不里士的艺术才华。现存的瓷砖记录了帖木儿呼罗珊和奥斯曼帝国与当代建筑的艺术联系。蓝色清真寺属于建筑群,被称为Moẓaffariya。 QātunJānBegom(d.1469),QarāQoyunlu统治者Jahānšāh(r.1439-67)的妻子,建立了清真寺的捐赠基金(waqf;参见Karbalā’iTabrizi,第43页;Ṭeḥrāni,第523页;参见Werner )。门户(pišṭāq)的铭文在4月1465年将4个Rabi’I 870/25作为施工完成的日期。该建筑群具有多种功能,但只有清真寺和陵墓(qobba lit.“dome”)仍然存在。消失的建筑物和结构(Ṭeḥrāni,p.523; Werner,pp.100-101)包括苏菲修道院(ḵānaqāh),地下运河(qanāt,kāriz)和一个名为Begom-ābād或Bāḡ-e Begom的花园,以及可能是一个宗教学校(见教育诉什叶派波斯的马德拉斯)和浴室。 Moẓaffariya旁边是一个有55家商店的集市(bāzār),创始人的女儿也拥有财产(Werner,第104页)。该建筑群最初被献给了ḴātunJānBegom,后者与她的孩子一起被埋葬在陵墓中(Werner,pp.102-3)。据说Jahānšāh也被埋葬在那里(Qazvini,第71页;Ṭeḥrāni,第471页,第523页)。所有的坟墓都消失了,陵墓的地窖里只有三个坟墓的痕迹(Aube,p.243和note 4)。

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The Blue Mosque (Pers. Masjed-e kabud), also known as Masjed-e Moẓaffariya, was built during the rule of the Qarā Qoyunlu dynasty (1351-1469) and completed in 1465. The only major Qarā Qoyunlu structure still standing in the dynasty’s capital, it illustrates the artistic brilliance of Turkman Tabriz. The extant tilework documents artistic connections with contemporary architecture in Timurid Khorasan and in the Ottoman Empire. The Blue Mosque belongs to the architectural complex which is known as Moẓaffariya. Ḵātun Jān Begom (d. 1469), a wife of the Qarā Qoyunlu ruler Jahānšāh (r. 1439-67), established the mosque’s endowment (waqf; cf. Karbalāʾi Tabrizi, p. 43; Ṭeḥrāni, p. 523; cf. Werner). The inscription of the portal (pišṭāq) gives 4 Rabi‘ I 870/25 October 1465 as the date when the construction was completed. The building complex served multiple functions, but only the mosque and the mausoleum (qobba lit. “dome”) are still standing. The vanished buildings and structures (Ṭeḥrāni, p. 523; Werner, pp. 100-101) include a sufi convent (ḵānaqāh), an underground canal (qanāt, kāriz), and a garden called Begom-ābād or Bāḡ-e Begom, as well as perhaps a madrasa (see EDUCATION v. The Madrasa in Shiʿite Persia) and bathhouses. Next to the Moẓaffariya was a bazaar (bāzār) with 55 shops, where the founder’s daughters also owned property (Werner, p. 104). The building complex was first consecrated to Ḵātun Jān Begom, who was buried with her children in the mausoleum (Werner, pp. 102-3). Jahānšāh is also said to have been buried there (Qazvini, p. 71; Ṭeḥrāni, p. 471, 523). All tombs have vanished, and there are merely traces of three graves in the mausoleum’s crypt (Aube, p. 243 and note 4).

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