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Tile mosaics from the Kubad Abad Palace, built 1226-1236. The palace was built for Kayqubad I, a Seljuk Sultan of Rûm.

Tile mosaics from the Kubad Abad Palace, built The palace was built for Kayqubad I, a Seljuk Sultan of Rûm.

Traditional Seljuk Motif (Kubadabad) - stock vector

Traditional Seljuk Motif (Kubadabad) - buy this stock vector on Shutterstock & find other images.

Karatay Medrese, Konya : Single Tile Motifs with Cross Tiles – Haç Karo ile Tek Karo Motifleri-Phoenix Designs – Anka Motifleri

Karatay Medrese, Konya : Single Tile Motifs with Cross Tiles – Haç Karo ile Tek Karo Motifleri-Phoenix Designs – Anka Motifleri

Seljuk tile. The Karatay Museum of Ceramic Tiles Konya, Turkey Location: Beyşehir, Konya, Turkey Date of the monument: Hegira 633 / AD 1236 Period / Dynasty: Anatolian Seljuq Patron(s): Sultan Alaaddin Keykubad [‘Ala al-Din Kay Qubadh] I (r. 616–35 / 1220–37).

The Karatay Museum of Ceramic Tiles Konya, Turkey Location: Beyşehir, Konya, Turkey Date of the monument: Hegira 633 / AD 1236 Period / Dynasty: Anatolian Seljuq Patron(s): Sultan Alaaddin Keykubad [‘Ala al-Din Kay Qubadh] I (r.

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Konya Karatay Ceramics Museum 2 2003 september

Konya Karatay Ceramics Museum 2 2003 september by Dick Osseman

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