Dear members we have the honour to announce the first of the facsimile books that contain illustrations of daily life and scenes and persons from 16th century Ottoman empire.
Scenes From The 16th Century Ottoman Empire I
Türkische Manierenbuch From Kassel University Library 40 Ms. Hist. 31
Edited by: Mehmet Tütüncü & Ömer Erdem with contributions from Magnus Reesel (Frankfurt) & Zeynep Öztürk (Istanbul) and Paul Brood (Groningen) Graphic Designer: Omer Erdem
CORPUS OF TURKISH ISLAMIC INSCRIPTIONS nr.29 TÜRK İSLAM KİTABELERİ DİZİSİ no: 29
© Copyright 2021, SOTA Haarlem, 366 pages, 21x27 cm full colour.
Ms. hist. 31 Last quarter of the 16th century • most likely 1599 by Kfst. Friedrich IV. d. Palatinate bought from a Frenchman at the fair in Heidelberg (cf. Wile.), Moved to Kassel in 1686 from the younger Bibliotheca Palatina on Heidelberg (cf. BEGER, 287 ‘) • Lit .: STRUCK, p.123f, MURJAnOV, STICHEL I, STICHEL II, STICHEL III, BABINGER, catalog Frankfurt Turkish Manner Book 159 Colored figures with oriental and European costumes, scenic representations of manners and uses from the Ottoman period and architecture. German captions, no further text. The manuscript was created during a trip (Imperial embassy?) to Constantinople, possibly further travel to Jerusalem, Egypt, Crete, Ragusa - the sequence of images does not convey a clear route. The codex contains both traditional motifs, which appear in other costume books of the time, as well as independent, especially cultural ones.
see Sample pages: https://www.academia.edu/59941085/