Carnet de voyage de Constance à Jérusalem, Konrad von Grünenberg, 1486

Medieval travel map of a pilgrim from Konstanz to Jerusalem by Konrad von Grünenberg,

Illustration depicting Khosrow watching Shirin bathing. From p.96 of MS Browne 1434, the Khamsa of Nizami (Persian, 1540). This story comes from the second part of the Khamsa, ‘Khosrow and Shirin’.

The detail (below) shows Shirin bathing in a pool. From of MS Browne the Khamsa of Nizami (Persian, This story comes from the second part of the Khamsa, ‘Khosrow and Shirin’.

lena revenko | Just before I stamped my work, I’ve decided that something was ...

lena revenko | Just before I stamped my work, I’ve decided that something was ...

AKKASE LEVNİ MİNYATÜRLERİ UYGULAMASI : Sadreddin Özçimi Ebru

AKKASE LEVNİ MİNYATÜRLERİ UYGULAMASI : Sadreddin Özçimi Ebru

Constantinople was conquered by the Ottoman Turks, led by Ottoman Sultan Medmet II, who made the city the capital of his own empire. It marked the end of the 1,500 year Roman Empire.

Constantinople was conquered by the Ottoman Turks, led by Ottoman Sultan Medmet II, who made the city the capital of his own empire. It marked the end of the year Roman Empire.

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