Suleyman hunting with hawks, 16th century miniature from ms H.1524 p 248A, Book of Accomplishments, Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey

Suleyman hunting with hawks, century miniature from ms p Book of Accomplishments, Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey

Astrolabe, dated A.H. 496 / A.D. 1102–1103. Islamic Culture, Iran. Brass. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Museo Galileo: Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence (1105) | This work is featured in the “Courts & Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs” exhibition, on view through July 24,2016. #CourtandCosmos #CosmicWonders

Astrolabe, dated A. 496 / A. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Museo Galileo: Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence

Turkish Seljuk ceramics. 12-13. century.

کاسه سفالی کاسه سفالی، ایران، پایان قرن 12 یا آغاز قرن 13 میلادی Bowl, Mina'i ("enameled") ware Date: late century Culture: Iran Medium: Composite body, stain-and overglaze-painted Dimensions: Diameter: 7 in.

A SELJUK SILK ROBE, IRAN OR CENTRAL ASIA, 11TH/12TH CENTURY

virtual-artifacts: “ A Seljuk silk robe, Iran or Central Asia, century…

Bowl with astronomical and royal figures, Seljuq period (1040–1196), late 12th–early 13th century  Central or northern Iran  Stonepaste; polychrome in glaze and overglaze painted and gilded on opaque monochrome glaze (mina'i) دوره سلجوقيان

STAR GATES: PERSIA/ IRAN- Bowl with astronomical and royal figures, Seljuq period century Central or northern Iran Stonepaste; polychrome in glaze and overglaze painted and gilded on opaque monochrome glaze (minai)

Alleged - 13 c. Seljuk Talismanic shirt, currently in Konya. Attributed to Baha al-Din Muhammad-i Walad.    Held at the Mevlana Museum, Konya, Turkey

Alleged - 13 c. Seljuk Talismanic shirt, currently in Konya. Attributed to Baha al-Din Muhammad-i Walad. Held at the Mevlana Museum, Konya, Turkey

Selçuklu Kubadabad Sarayı Çinileri - DefineSohbeti.Com, Define İşaretleri ve Anlamları, Eşkiya Belgeleri, Define Cihazları -

Selçuklu Kubadabad Sarayı Çinileri - DefineSohbeti.Com, Define İşaretleri ve Anlamları, Eşkiya Belgeleri, Define Cihazları -

An illustration of The Battle of Manzikert (Turkish: Malazgirt Muharebesi) was fought between the Byzantine Empire and the Seljuq Turks on August 26, 1071. The result was a victory for the Seljuks and led to there conquest of Anatolia.

"The Battle of Manzikert: The Emperor Romanos IV makes his final stand, sunset, Friday 26 august Christa Hook

Hagia Sophia-Trabzon - Pontian Greeks built this glorious church - it's recently been converted to a mosque and the frescos have been covered up

Hagia Sophia-Trabzon - Pontian Greeks built this glorious church - it's recently been converted to a mosque and the frescos have been covered up . after the turks ruined this beautiful church!

The Art of the Seljuq Period in Anatolia (1081–1307) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Apart from an earlier brief period of Arab rule in the east, Anatolia was new to Islam, and the Seljuqs were thus among the first to cultivate Islamic art and architecture in these lands.

Ahmed Sanjar was the Sultan of the Seljuq Empire from 1118 to 1153. In 1117 he marched against the Ghaznavid Sultan Arslan-Shah of Ghazna defeating him at Battle of Ghazni and installing his brother Bahram in the throne as a Seljuk vassal. In 1141, Sanjar marched to confront the Kara Khitan threat and engaged them near Samarkand at the Battle of Qatwan. He suffered an astounding defeat — his first — losing all Seljuq territory east of the Syr Darya.

Ahmed Sanjar was the Sultan of the Seljuq Empire from 1118 to 1153. In 1117 he marched against the Ghaznavid Sultan Arslan-Shah of Ghazna defeating him at Battle of Ghazni and installing his brother Bahram in the throne as a Seljuk vassal. In 1141, Sanjar marched to confront the Kara Khitan threat and engaged them near Samarkand at the Battle of Qatwan. He suffered an astounding defeat — his first — losing all Seljuq territory east of the Syr Darya.

The world’s greatest literary epics: the 1000 year-old Persian Book of Kings, or Shahnameh. Completed by the poet Ferdowsi in AD 1010, this vast narrative poem telling the 'Iranian version' of the history of the world is an icon of Persian culture.

The world’s greatest literary epics: the 1000 year-old Persian Book of Kings, or Shahnameh. Completed by the poet Ferdowsi in AD this vast narrative poem telling the 'Iranian version' of the history of the world is an icon of Persian culture.

gory: fritware (stonepaste)  Name(s): bowl Islamic pottery; category lustreware; category  Date: circa 1179 — 1198  School/Style(s): Seljuk; Monumental style  Period: late 12th Century

gory: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): bowl Islamic pottery; category Date: circa 1179 — 1198 School/Style(s): Seljuk;

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