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Picturing history at the Ottoman court

Emine FetvacД±

Picturing history at the Ottoman court

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington and Indianapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History in art,
  • Ottoman Illumination of books and manuscripts

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementEmine Fetvacı
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND3343.8 .F48 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationpages cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25367626M
    ISBN 109780253006783
    LC Control Number2012025512


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Emine Fetvacı is Assistant Professor of Islamic Art at Boston University and author of. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Picturing history at the Ottoman court by Emine Fetvacı; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History in art, Ottoman Illumination of books and manuscripts.

The Album of the World Emperor examines an extraordinary piece of art: an album of paintings, drawings, calligraphy, and European prints compiled for the Ottoman sultan Ahmed I (r. –17) by his courtier Kalender Paşa (d. In this detailed study of one of the most important works of seventeenth-century Ottoman art, Emine Fetvacı uses the album to explore questions of.

Picturing History at the Ottoman Court Emine Fetvacı Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1, xiii + 1 sayfa Emine Fetvacı’s field of interest is book arts in the Islamic world; in addi-tion, she has an interest in Ottoman, Mughal and Safavid art and architecture.

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The primary function of the Sehname type was to document a complete Ottoman history, legitimizing and exalting the patron sultan in the process. They were viewed as symbols of Ottoman court culture. Creators of Sehnames, or “Sehnameci,” were salaried appointees; under Suleiman, the creator of “court historiographer” was established.

Seyyid Lokman (active c. – ) was an Ottoman author, who collaborated with different artists to create numerous notable works in the genre of şehnames, or “king’s books”. During the second half of the sixteenth century, the Ottoman Empire was at its artistic prime.

Among its most precious objects were illustrated manuscripts that are called şehnames, or “king’s books”. The Sultan's Portrait: Picturing the House of Osman. Selmin Kangal (Istanbul, ). (FA Folio) Fetvacı, Emine. Picturing History at the Ottoman Court. Bloomington, (WID-LC NDF48 ) Ottoman Painting.

By Serpil Bağcı [et al.]. Ankara, (FAL-LC NDO ) A History of Turkish Painting. Introd. by Author: Andras Riedlmayer. Erdem Çipa is Assistant Professor of Ottoman History in the Departments of History and Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Emine Fetvacı is Assistant Professor of Islamic Art at Boston University and author of Picturing His.

Palmira Brummett is Professor Emerita of History at the University of Tennessee and Visiting Professor of History at Brown University. Her work assesses the rhetorics of cross-cultural interaction in the Ottoman and Mediterranean worlds. She is the author of many publications, including Ottoman Seapower and Levantine Diplomacy in the Age of Discovery.

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–46, –) or his son, Bayezid II (­–), soon after the album genre gained in popularity at the Timurid court, perhaps as a response to Timurid practices. 6 Two early sixteenth century albums, Topkapı H. Emine Fetvaci is assistant professor of Islamic art and architecture. She is the author of Picturing History at the Ottoman Court () and co-editor, with Erdem Çipa, of Writing History in the Ottoman Empire ().

Her research focuses on the arts of the book in the early modern Islamic world [Department of History of Art and Architecture, Boston University, Cited by: 2. H. Erdem Cipa is Assistant Professor of Ottoman History in the Departments of History and Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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Picturing Cultures Joanna Cohan Scherer — Social Science. Emine Fetvacı, Picturing History at the Ottoman Court (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ), –81, – 24 Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association, Vol.

Until the Kayi warlords became strong enough by early 14th Century to claim anything close to a court-society structure, the only court cultures available to import or imitate were the Seljuk and Roman (Byzantine) ones. The Roman court obviously w. Picturing History at the Ottoman Court by Emine Fetvaci (no photo) Synopsis: Gibbons' book is a history of the Ottoman Empire written in the early 20th century.

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The Ottoman Turks and the New World: A Study of Tarih-i Hind-i Garbi and Sixteenth-Century. On this topic, you can read in the work "Patronage of the Chief Eunuchs in the late 16th century Ottoman Court" (Leyla Kayhan Elbirlik) and the book "Picturing History at the Ottoman Court" (Emine Fetvacı).

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Picturing History at the Ottoman Court. Book. Feb ; As such the book recovers the Ottoman-era history of a group which has always been neglected in. Her first book, Picturing History at the Ottoman Court (Indiana University Press, ), examines the crucial role played by illustrated histories in the formation of Ottoman identity and the shaping of social hierarchies at court during the sixteenth-century.

Bernhard von Breydenbach’s Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (Journey to the Holy Land), first published inis one of the seminal books of early printing and is especially renowned for the originality of its woodcuts. In Picturing Experience in the Early Printed Book, Elizabeth Ross considers the Peregrinatio from a variety of perspectives to explain its value for the cultural.

The best examples of Ottoman mapping are found among the works of Piri Reis, a mariner and a cartographer at the court of Selim I and Suleyman the Magnificent. His well-known world map of based on the Columbus map of and the various copies of his Kitab-i Bahriye, a book of portolans and sailing directions, are full of city views and.

Rather, maps, travel accounts, compendia of knowledge, and other texts created a picture of the Ottoman Empire through a complex layering of history, ethnography, and eyewitness testimony, which juxtaposed current events to classical and biblical history; counted space in terms of peoples, routes, and fortresses; and used the land and seascapes Cited by: 5.

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1 1 comment [BOOK] Picturing History at the Ottoman Court by Emine Fetvaci. 2 1 comment [Book] The Twentieth Mental Measurements Yearbook 20th Edition. 1 1. See, inter alia, Gabriel Piterberg An Ottoman Tragedy: History and Historiography at Play (Berkeley, ); Ebru Turan, “The Sultan’s Favorite: Ibrahim Pasha and the Making of the Ottoman Universal Sovereignty in the Reign of Sultan Suleyman ()” (Ph.D.

Diss., University of Chicago ); Virginia Aksan and Daniel Goffman, eds.,Cited by: 3.