The Influence of Turkic Culture on Mamluk Carpets

 
9789290631644: The Influence of Turkic Culture on Mamluk Carpets

This book introduces the Mamluk carpets to us from an original perspective. These carpets were renowned throughout the world and considered as most valuable both by Mamluk sultans and western aristocrats until the sixteenth century. Mamluk carpets are thought to have been woven in Egypt, Syria and Southeast Anatolia and can be distinguished from other carpets in their many unique characteristics, which the author examines comprehensively and in a detailed manner. The analysis is enriched by an evaluation of the influence of Turkic cultures on Mamluk carpets in the light of the historical relationship between the Mongols, the Ilkhanids and the Mamluks. The book will appeal to the researcher as well as to the general reader.

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OKUMURA, SUMIYO
Published by Istanbul: IRCICA, 2007., Istanbul: (2007)
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Book Description Istanbul: IRCICA, 2007., Istanbul:, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. OKUMURA, SUMIYO The influence of Turkic culture on Mamluk carpets. Istanbul: IRCICA, 2007. 4to., 277 p., color and b/w ills. This book introduces the Mamluk carpets to us from an original perspective. These carpets were renowned throughout the world and considered as most valuable both by Mamluk sultans and western aristocrats until the sixteenth century. Mamluk carpets are thought to have been woven in Egypt, Syria and Southeast Anatolia and can be distinguished from other carpets in their many unique characteristics, which the author examines comprehensively and in a detailed manner. The analysis is enriched by an evaluation of the influence of Turkic cultures on Mamluk carpets in the light of the historical relationship between the Mongols, the Ilkhanids and the Mamluks. The book will appeal to the researcher as well as to the general reader. Original binding. New ISBN: 9789290631644 CATALOG: Turkish & Islamic arts KEYWORDS: Turkish culture Turkish handicrafts Carpet Mamluk History of art. Bookseller Inventory # 38650

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Book Description IRCICA, Istanbul, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. Original bdg. HC. 4to. (31 x 22 cm). In English. 277 p., color and b/w ills. The influence of Turkic culture on Mamluk carpets. This book introduces the Mamluk carpets to us from an original perspective. These carpets were renowned throughout the world and considered as most valuable both by Mamluk sultans and western aristocrats until the sixteenth century. Mamluk carpets are thought to have been woven in Egypt, Syria and Southeast Anatolia and can be distinguished from other carpets in their many unique characteristics, which the author examines comprehensively and in a detailed manner. The analysis is enriched by an evaluation of the influence of Turkic cultures on Mamluk carpets in the light of the historical relationship between the Mongols, the Ilkhanids and the Mamluks. The book will appeal to the researcher as well as to the general reader. Bookseller Inventory # 022385

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Book Description IRCICA, Istanbul, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 8 x 12 Hardback in New condition; Illustrated by 133 color and black and white; "This book introduces the Mamluk carpets to us from an original perspective. These carpets were renowned throughout the world and considered as most valuable both by Mamluk sultans and western aristocrats until the sixteenth century. Mamluk carpets are thought to have been woven in Egypt, Syria and Southeast Anatolia and can be distinguished from other carpets in their many unique characteristics, which the author examines comprehensively and in a detailed manner. The analysis is enriched by an evaluation of the influence of Turkic cultures on Mamluk carpets in the light of the historical relationship between the Mongols, the Ilkhanids and the Mamluks. The book will appeal to the researcher as well as to the general reader." -Back Cover ; 4.5; 277 pp. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS007832I

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