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Early Ottoman Art:
Legacy of the Emirates
Series: Islamic Art in the Mediterranean
Edited by Museum with No Frontiers
Museum with No Frontiers
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
250 Pages, Illustrated, 5 7/8 x 8 1/2"
Early Ottoman Art: The Legacy of the Emirates presents the Turkish Emirates and the arrival of the Ottomans -- who were to become a mighty power -- and looks at how, during the 14th and l5th centuries, a new synthesis was achieved by blending their Asian background with local tastes of western Anatolia and Thrace.
The Museum with No Frontiers Exhibition catalogues are wonderfully illustrated, scientific reference books and thematic travel guides. Their authors are researchers and scholars from the country discovered through the eyes of the people who live there.
14th & 15th Century West Anatolian History
Art & Social Life in the Emirates
& Early Ottoman Periods
Itinerary 1: Sultan of the Coasts
Education in the Madrasa
Itinerary 2: Protectors of the Arts & Artists
Burial Traditions Among the Turks
Itinerary 3: City of Princes
Trade in Anatolia
Itinerary 4: Bursa--City of Sultans
The Hammam Tradition
Battle of Ankara
Itinerary 5: Orhan Gazi--Sultan of the People
14th-15th Century Tile & Ceramic Art
Administration in the Ottoman State
Itinerary 6: Social Solidarity
Itinerary 7: The Lock of the Sea
The Jannisary Corps
Itinerary 8: Musical Therapy
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