New Publication – Scenes From The 16th Century Ottoman Empire Vol. 2 COECKE VAN DER AELST Moeurs et Fachons des Moeurs Turcz

Scenes From The 16th. Century Ottoman Empire Vol. 2
Edited by : Mehmet Tütüncü & Ömer Erdem
SCENES from 1526-1533
COECKE VAN DER AELST Moeurs et Fachons des Moeurs Turcz Manners and Customs of
the Turks and Mercenaries and Turks and other 16th Century Turkish prints...

ISBN 978-90-6921-054-4


New Publication - Scenes From the 16th-Century Ottoman Empire, Book 1 

Dear members we have the honour to announce the first of  books that contain illustrations of daily life and scenes and persons from 16th century Ottoman empire.  


Scenes From the 16th-Century Ottoman Empire, Book 1 

Türkische Manierenbuch From Kassel University Library 40 Ms. Hist. 31

ISBN: 978-90-6921-30-8,

Edited by: Mehmet Tütüncü & Ömer Erdem with contributions from Magnus Reesel (Frankfurt) & Zeynep Öztürk (Istanbul) and Paul Brood (Groningen) Graphic Designer: Omer Erdem

CFP: The Center for Austrian Studies at the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference

The University of Minnesota's Center for Austrian Studies invites abstracts (up to 250 words) for individual papers or sessions for the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference's annual meeting to be convened in Baltimore, 29 October-1 November 2020. Papers are encouraged from across the disciplines that focus on Central Europe broadly conceived to include all of the German-speaking lands, Poland, as well as the areas historically connected with the Habsburg Monarchy. The deadline for abstracts is April 1, 2020.

CfP: Renaissance Society of America Session: "From Italy to the World: the Reception of Cruciform Planimetry in the 16th Century Hospital Architecture" (April 2-4, 2020)

Dear colleagues,

In the framework of the project "Hospitalis -  Hospital architecture in Portugal at the dawn of Modernity: identification, characterization and contextualization" (PTDC/ART-HIS/30808/2017) (, we are trying to put together a session to propose to the RSA 2020 (, 2-4 April 2020 in Philadelphia.

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