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1876 ottoman empire postage stamp

1876 ottoman empire postage stamp

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Babur was a turkic speaking central asian ruler descended from Timur a Turko-Mongol and Genghis Khan a mongol. Ousted from Central Asia, Babur pushed through the Khyber Pass into northern India from Afghanistan in 1526 forming the Mughal (Mongol) Empire. His son Humayun was driven out into Persia but forged diplomatic ties with the Safavid Courts. Cultural contacts between India and Iran formed an Indo-Persian styled empire after his return in 1555. His son Akbar consolidated the Mughal…

Babur was a turkic speaking central asian ruler descended from Timur a Turko-Mongol and Genghis Khan a mongol. Ousted from Central Asia, Babur pushed through the Khyber Pass into northern India from Afghanistan in 1526 forming the Mughal (Mongol) Empire. His son Humayun was driven out into Persia but forged diplomatic ties with the Safavid Courts. Cultural contacts between India and Iran formed an Indo-Persian styled empire after his return in 1555. His son Akbar consolidated the Mughal…

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La princesse de Byzance meurt devant San’ân, anonyme, Ispahan (Iran), première décennie du XVIIe siècle. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Dans le Cantique des Oiseaux d''Attâr illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient, Editions Diane de Selliers

La princesse de Byzance meurt devant San’ân, anonyme, Ispahan (Iran), première décennie du XVIIe siècle. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Dans le Cantique des Oiseaux d''Attâr illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient, Editions Diane de Selliers

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Bayazeed the Ottoman Sultan

Bayazeed the Ottoman Sultan

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak

Ottoman Banner & Osmanlı Sancak

OTTOMAN TURKISH ISLAMIC WARRIOR HELMET& MASK

OTTOMAN TURKISH ISLAMIC WARRIOR HELMET& MASK

The burial of Sultan Süleyman, from the Süleymannâme, 1579-89 (detail), Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, MS.T.413, folio 115b. [shows typical colors worn in 16 c. Ottoman Empire for mourning. Rich people generally avoided these when not in mourning. The poor could not afford some colors and did wear dark and dull blues]

The burial of Sultan Süleyman, from the Süleymannâme, 1579-89 (detail), Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, MS.T.413, folio 115b. [shows typical colors worn in 16 c. Ottoman Empire for mourning. Rich people generally avoided these when not in mourning. The poor could not afford some colors and did wear dark and dull blues]

Ottoman Royal Guard - 1500s

Ottoman Royal Guard - 1500s

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