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Seljuk warriors, also known as Saracens, 13th century.

Go more Turkish/Syrian steppe nomad during summer, Mongol/Magyar/Hun for winter?

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.

Iran. Late 12th century CE from the Louvre, Paris

Turkish Seljuk wall tile from Iran. Late century CE from the Louvre, Paris

Credit: Mina'i Bowl, early 13th century (white glazed composite body with overglazed decoration), Persian School, (13th century) / Detroit Institute of Arts, USA / City of Detroit Purchase / The Bridgeman Art Library

Credit: Mina'i Bowl, early century (white glazed composite body with overglazed decoration), Persian School, century) / Detroit Institute of Arts, USA / City of Detroit Purchase / The Bridgeman Art Library

Seljuk tile representing Barham Gur and Azadeh Production place: Turkey, south-west shore of Lake Beyshehir, Palace Kubadabad Date / period: 1236 Materials and techniques: (?) Ceramics siliceous paste; decor haftrang Conservation town: Konya Conservation place: Museum Koyunoglu

Art Seldjoukide représentant Barhâm Gûr et Azadeh sous les trait de seldjoukides archers montés

Seljuk tile representing Barham Gur and Azadeh Production place: Turkey, south-west shore of Lake Beyshehir, Palace Kubadabad Date / period: 1236 Materials and techniques: (?) Ceramics siliceous paste; decor haftrang Conservation town: Konya Conservation place: Museum Koyunoglu

The Battle of Manzikert - painting inside the Istanbul Military Museum

"The Battle of Manzikert - painting inside the Istanbul Military Museum"

Mönkhbat

Military leaders had a dominant role in the Ottoman state, a polity geared to war and expansion. The Turkic horsemen became a warrior aristocracy supported by control of conquered land and peasants.