Turkey, from the Selçuks to the Ottomans
From the Selcuk period and the early Ottoman style of Iznik and Bursa to the classicism of Edirne and the masterpieces of Sinan, this volume sets out the achievements of Islamic architecture from the 13th to the 19th century. Henri Stierlin's vivid account includes portraits of such key figures as the celebrated court architect, Sinan, Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent and Grand Vizier Mehmet Pasa Sokollu.
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Anatolia Under the Selcuks
The Anatolian StagingPosts
Developing New Forms
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Ahmet Aksaray Alaeddin Camii Anatolia Arab arcades architect Armenian Azem Palace Bayezit Bayezit Camii Blue Mosque building built Bursa buttressing Byzantine Camii in Istanbul capital capture caravanserais central dome centre century ceramic classical columns complex Constantinople construction Damascus decoration dynasty Edirne ehzade Empire Erzurum facade Fatih flanked galleries geometrical Haghia Sophia hammams Hatun Hayrettin hexagonal influence internal space Islamic Istanbul iwans Iznik Kayseri Konya kulliye longitudinal madrasas Mamluk Mehmet II mihrab Minare Medresesi minarets Mongol monuments muqarnas Murat Murat II oblong octagonal ornamental Ottoman architecture Paşa Camii pendentives Persian piers pishtaq pointed arches polychrome portal porticoed courtyard prayer-hall qibla reign revetment roof Rum Selcuk Selcuk sultans Selim Selim II Selimiye at Edirne semi-domes side side-aisles Sinan Sivas Sokollu Mehmet square squinches stalactite stalactite niche stone style Suleyman Suleymaniye Sultanhani sultanic mosque tiles tion tomb Topkapi Sarayi tradition turbe Turkish Turks tympana Ulu Camii vaults voussoirs walls winter hall