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    Ottoman soldiers outside Tiflis (Author: Gelibolulu Mustafa Ali, double-page from the"Nusretname", Turkey, 1582). The Ottoman army parading before the walls of Tiflis (Tblisi) in August 1578 after the city had been evacuated by Da' ud Han. Lala Mustafa Pasha is shown on horseback on the right hand side. A double-page miniature painting from a sixteenth century manuscript of the Nusretname, an account of the Turkish conquest of Georgia by Lala Mustafa Pasha in 1578.


    Mustafa II in armour, page of an album containing portraits of Ottoman sultans. Beginning of the 18th century; Turkey Gouache, silver and gold on paper; 16,50cm x 10,80cm MAO 2009


    Drawing: Design aux dragons These floral renderings were very popular in Ottoman Turkey in the middle of the 16th century. The two dragons are a topic readily represented and whose origin comes from the figures of dragons decorating the Chinese porcelains or fabrics. Turkey, 1570-1580 Ink, gouache and gold; 11,50cm x 7,50cm MAO 1204


    Large slab of ceramic tiles showing the pilgrims' way to the Kaaba in Mecca. From Iznik, Turkey, Ottoman period. See also 02-01-01/40,02-01-02/1. 59,5 x 35,4 cm Inv.3919/2-243


    Mahmud II (1784–1839), sultan of the Ottoman Empire.

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    Turkish Prayer Rug. Detail from 076725/11: corner and edge. Wool, Turkish Court Manufacture, Inv. T 8327


    Large slab of ceramic tiles showing the pilgrims' way to the Kaaba in Mecca. Turkey, Ottoman period. See also 02-01-01/40, 02-01-02/20 60 x 30 cm

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    Murad IV (1612–1640), sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1623 to 1640, known both for restoring the authority of the state and for the brutality of his methods.

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    Turkish Prayer Rug. Center: prayer niche (mihrab) with floral design which hides animal forms. Wool, Turkish Court Manufacture, Inv. T 8327


    Murad I (1326–1389),sultan of the Ottoman Empire.

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    Footed basin, decorated with leaves and lotus flowers, Ottoman, c1545-c1550. This large basin may have been used for washing the feet of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent. An inventory of the Ottoman treasury in 1505 makes mention of 'foot basins': this may either mean that they were indeed used for washing feet, or that the basins were mounted upon a circular foot, as here.The basin is an example of the 'Damascus' style of Iznik pottery. The outside of the broad bowl is painted in a lively pattern of large cobalt blue and turquoise lotus-flowers, enclosed by slender blue stems and long feathery green leaves. A smaller version of the same design appears around the foot, bordered by narrow bands of cable pattern. Inside the basin is a radial arrangement of medallions containing cloud scrolls, each medallion surrounded by tall stalks of bluebells. OA, G 1983.67


    Head of an antelope hidden among floral designs, centre piece of a Turkish prayer rug. Detail of 31-03-01/11. Wool, Turkish Court Manufacture Inv. T 8327