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Intellectuals and Reform in the Ottoman Empire: The Young Turks on the Challenges of Modernity

Intellectuals and Reform in the Ottoman Empire: The Young Turks on the Challenges of Modernity

Antique Ottoman Empire Raised Silvery-Gold Metallic Embroidery Pillow #E040817GH – Rebecca Vizard Site

Antique Ottoman Empire Raised Silvery-Gold Metallic Embroidery Pillow #E040817GH – Rebecca Vizard Site

Sanayi313 - Serata Tasseled Velvet Mules - Black - IT39

Sanayi313 - Serata Tasseled Velvet Mules - Black

Under Osman's Tree: The Ottoman Empire, Egypt, and Environmental History

Under Osman's Tree: The Ottoman Empire, Egypt, and Environmental History (Hardcover)

Under Osman's Tree: The Ottoman Empire, Egypt, and Environmental History

Law and Legality in the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey

Law and Legality in the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey

OTTOMAN EMPIRE MAN’S RING

Ottoman empire man’s ring

Ceremonial dagger - from Gábor Bethlen's collection. Date: second half of the 16th cent. -  early 17th century. Place of production: Turkey (Ottoman Empire) Istanbul (Constantinople). Materials: steel; silver-gilt; wood; ruby; emerald; turquoise. Techniques: chiselled; embossed; inlaid; chased; engraved. | Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, ˆ 2015ˆˆ

Ceremonial dagger - from Gábor Bethlen's collection. Date: second half of the 16th cent. - early 17th century. Place of production: Turkey (Ottoman Empire) Istanbul (Constantinople). Materials: steel; silver-gilt; wood; ruby; emerald; turquoise. Techniques: chiselled; embossed; inlaid; chased; engraved. | Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, ˆ 2015ˆˆ

Glass Sprinkler Turkey 1600-1800 This narrow-necked bottle was used to sprinkle rose water or other scented liquids on to the hands of guests. Very little is known about Ottoman glass production before 1800, and this is a rare example that survives complete.

Scent bottle

Glass Sprinkler Turkey 1600-1800 This narrow-necked bottle was used to sprinkle rose water or other scented liquids on to the hands of guests. Very little is known about Ottoman glass production before 1800, and this is a rare example that survives complete.

OTTOMAN EMPIRE MAN’S RING

Ottoman empire man’s ring

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