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    Crusaders storm Constantinople,1204 Oil on canvas

    40-07-03/14

    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. Karl V (without armour) at the head of a cavalry detach- ment which repelled a Turkish sortee from Goleta. charcoal and watercolour on paper,385 x 662 cm,Inv.2038 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

    26-04-03/67

    The relief of Vienna 1683. Turkish armies under Kara Mustapha Pasha had surrounded Vienna since July 14, 1683. Imperial armies, including Polish troops under King Jan III Sobieski and Bavarian troops under the Elector Max Emanuel,delivered the city on Sept.12, 1683

    26-04-01/21

    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. First skirmishes on Cape Carthage on the way to Goleta. Imperial soldiers pursue fleeing Turks. Cartoons for 12 tapestries,charcoal and watercolour on paper,Inv.2040 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

    40-03-09/67

    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. Imperial troops take Goleta.The ship Sant'Anna (left); a galley with Emperor Karl V and Mulay Hasan (right). Cartoons for tapestries, Inv,2043 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

    40-03-09/49

    Two sets of Polish scale-armour (Karacena) with leopard skins, helmets and sabers. All metal parts lined with red velvet. Helmets with feathers, helm cap with silk edge.

    26-04-01/40

    The siege of Constantinopole, 1453, from the outer wall of Moldovita Church, Romania. The fall of Constantinople was still an interesting and moving topic almost 80 years after the event, when the murals were painted. Above:Christ's descent to limbo.

    15-03-07/55

    Turkish flag, captured at the naval battle of Lepanto. Red silk rep, Ali's sword (D'hul Faqar), verses from the Koran. Gold and green border.

    26-04-01/70

    Turkish quiver, leatherwork, with arrows and bow.

    26-04-01/45

    The Doge of Venice Enrico Dandolo and his crusaders storming the city of Zara in 1202. Oil on canvas (16th).

    40-07-03/15

    Kara Mustapha Pasha (1634-1683) Turkish Grand Vizier, Admiral of the Turkish fleet, member of the Sultans council. When his siege of Vienna in 1683 failed, he was executed by order of the Sultan. Oil on canvas, 75 x 49 cm

    26-04-01/11

    Sultan Mehmet II Fahti, "The Conqueror" (1451-1481), the Sultan of the Conquest of Constantinople (1453). Bellini was court painter in Constantinople in 1479 and painted the portrait in the year before Mehmet's death.Oil on canvas, 69,9 x 52,1 cm NG 3099

    26-04-01/ 2

    The Turks before Constantinople. Canvas, 145 x 440 cm Inv. 852 1 188

    40-08-10/54

    Turkish tent, end 17th. Red cloth with ornaments of leather, silk and linen. One of a collection of five tents at Wawel Castle, Cracow. Left: two sets of Turkish chainmail, swords and shield.

    26-04-01/37

    Saddle, mace and quiver of Kara Mustapha Pasha who led siege to Vienna in 1683. Saddle bridge made of sheet- silver, marked with the stamp of the court factory of Sultan Mehmet IV. The mace is silver and niello work.

    26-04-01/52

    Interior of a Turkish tent, hung with rugs. Shields, chest,low table, stirrups.

    26-04-01/38

    Insignia of Order of the Holy Spirit: coat, hat, sword, presented to King John Sobieski by Pope Innocent in gratitude for assistance in raising the Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683.

    30-01-04/26

    Tapestry showing Charles, Duke of Lorraine during the battle of Bratislava against the Turks, July 29 1683, prior to the siege of Vienna. Wool and silk, 430 x 805 cm Factory of Nancy, first quarter 18th. From the estate of Emperor Franz Stephan.

    26-04-01/25

    The battle of Mohacs between the Imperial Armies and Turkish forces, 1687. After the liberation of Vienna in 1683, the Imperials freed Hungary from Turkish occupation. Tapestry from the factory of Nancy, 1709-1718.

    26-04-01/29

    Two Turkish quivers, leather and cloth, with arrows and two bows.

    26-04-01/44

    Battle of Lepanto,1571 The naval battle decided the fate of the Turkish expansion in Europe.The Doge of Venice,Sebastiano Venir and Don Juan d'Austria,natural son of Emperor Karl V, commanded the victorious Christian fleet.

    26-04-01/57

    The Byzantine Emperor Alexius IV Angelus before the Doge of Venice, Enrico Dandolo, asking help of the crusaders in 1202. Oil on canvas (1578)

    40-07-03/12

    Two Turkish swords; one handle with rubies, the other of agate.

    26-04-01/51

    The sack of Ofen (Budapest) by Imperial troops, 1686.

    26-04-01/28

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