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English: Persian youth playing chess with two of his suitors. Illustration to the "Haft Awrang" of Nur ad-Din Abd ar-Rahman Jami, in the story A Father Advises his Son About Love, (in which a father instructs his young son how to choose an elder worthy male lover).
Español: Joven persa jugando al ajedrez con dos de sus cortejantes. Ilustración del "Haft Awrang" por Nur ad-Din Abd ar-Rahman Jami, en la historia Un padre aconseja a su hijo sobre el amor, (en la que el padre instruye a su joven hijo sobre cómo escoger un amante adulto adecuado).

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