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The most well known and romantic verse, Quatrain XI, from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam is engraved in an elaborate script redolent of the middle east with a vine decoration inspired by Persian manuscript painting. Omar Khayyam [1048-1131] was a Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher and poet. He is most well known in the West, however, for this poetic work translated into English by Edward J. Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald's translations are broad and creative rather than literal, and it is, in some respects, an original work. No matter the author, the passion is clear on this silver engraved mobius bracelet.