Tuzk-e-Taimuri - Legacy - in The Arts

In The Arts

  • Tamburlaine the Great, Parts I and II (English, 1563–1594) – play by Christopher Marlowe
  • "Tamerlane (1701) - play by Nicholas Rowe (English)
  • Tamerlano (1724) – opera by George Frideric Handel, in Italian, based on the 1675 play Tamerlan ou la mort de Bajazet by Jacques Pradon.
  • Bajazet (1735) – opera by Antonio Vivaldi, portrays the capture of Bayezid I by Timur
  • Il gran Tamerlano (1772) – opera by Josef Mysliveček that also portrays the capture of Bayezid I by Timur
  • Tamerlane – first published poem of Edgar Allan Poe (American, 1809–1849).
  • Timur is the deposed, blind former King of Tartary and father of the protagonist Calaf in the opera Turandot (1924) by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Giuseppe Adami and Renato Simoni.
  • Timour appears in the story Lord of Samarkand by Robert E. Howard.
  • Tamerlan – novel by Colombian writer Enrique Serrano in Spanish
  • Timur Lang is also the name of the warlord that shall be defeated in the game Might and Magic IX, a sort of joke using the names of Timur Leng and this game's designer's one, Timothy Lang.
  • Timur is featured in the "Mongols" episode of the History Channel miniseries Barbarians.
  • Tamerlan appears in the Russian movie Dnevnoy Dozor (Day Watch), in which he steals the chalk of fate.
  • Tamerlane is the name of the corporation which is taking over Central Asia in the 2008 satire War, Inc..
  • Tamburlaine: Shadow of God by John Fletcher, BBC Radio 3 play broadcast 2008, a fictitious account of an encounter between Tamburlaine, Ibn Khaldun and Hafez.

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