The summer palace of Timour, which preserves, even to-day, some vestiges of its ancient magnificence.
Before Timour died, he had had twenty-seven crowns upon his head.
The Disposer of all things sent against him the fierce Timour, of whom I have already said so much.
Timour equalled Zingis, if he could not surpass him, in barbarity.
I had a dog that lived and died in it from a puppy; and my chaise-pony goes on, in Timour the Tartar.
Zingis and Timour were but the blind instruments of divine vengeance.
I travel with mightier cohorts around me than ever did Timour or Genghis Khan on their fiery marches.
The rage of Timour, when he heard of this, exceeded all bounds.
In a military point of view, Timour's life was a brilliant success.
Timour taxed Hafiz with treating disrespectfully his two cities, to raise and adorn which he had conquered nations.