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Matrakçı Nasuh and his Menazilname Swordsman, Historian, Mathematician, Artist, Calligrapher (1-2 volumes in set)
Account df the Stages of Sultan Süleyman Khan’s Iraqi Campaign

Matrakçı Nasuh and his Menazilname Swordsman,
Historian, Mathematician, Artist, Calligrapher
(1-2 volumes in set)
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Hazırlayan: Nurhan Atasoy
Çeviren: Seyit Ali Kahraman
Yayınevi : Masa Yayınevi 
Liste Fiyatı : 1.500,00 TL
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Stok Kodu : 9786059194075
Boyut : 24 x 32 cm
Basım Yeri : İstanbul
Basım Tarihi : 2015
Kapak Türü : Ciltli - kutulu
Kağıt Türü : kuşe
Dili : İngilizce


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Açıklama :
In the middle of may 1534 Sultan Süleyman the
Magnificent set out on campaign against Iran and Iraq.
Among those accompanying him was the swordsman,
historian, mathematician, artist and calligrapher Matrakçı Nasuh, who made 107 paintings of the staging posts
where the army camped during the long journey. These
paintings are not only beautiful artistic achievements but a remarkable record of the architecture, geography, vegetation
and animal life across the region.
This manuscript, which is in the Rare Books Section of Istanbul University Library, has now been made available to all in a facsimile edition by Masa Publications, a subsidiary of Mas Printing House. The facsimile is accompanied
by a book designed by Joelle İmamoğlu, in
which Nurhan Atasoy enables us to imagine
the social milieu of the period through extracts from the Travels of Evliya Çelebi, and explanations of the pictorial language used by Matrakçı that give readers a profound understanding of his miniatures. With Nurhan Atasoy’s guidance we discover countless remarkable details in Matrakçı’s paintings, such as the only known depiction of the Alaeddin Köşk in Konya, the custom of hanging Ramazan drums on minarets, a polo field in Tabriz and most fascinating of all, how he pictured flowers and gardens during a military campaign.

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