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The Ilkhanids in Anatolia

Cultural Encounters in Anatolia in the Medieval Period, Symposium Proceedings

Starting from Spring 2014, VEKAM has been organizing yearly international symposiums to introduce various cultures that lived in Anatolia and support research in these fields of study. The symposium proceeding volume titled Cultural Encounters in Anatolia in the Medieval Period : Ilkhanids in Anatolia which was held on may 21st-22nd May, 2015 at the premises of VEKAM in Ankara/ Turkey focuses on the fields such as; history, literature, mysticism, art, urban history and architecture during the Ilkhanid Period. In this respect we believe that the Ilkhanids in Anatolia symposium proceedings will fill an important gap and lead up new researches in this field.

135 pages | 56 colour plates, 3 halftones, 1 map | 0 3/4 x 1

Medieval Studies

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Table of Contents

Preface: Ilkhanids and their Western frontier, Suzan Yalman.; Two sufis of Ilkhanid Anatolia and their patrons: Notes on he works of Mu’Ayyid al-Din Jandi and Da’ud al-Qaysari, Andrew C. S. Peacock.; Artistic Ilkhanid manuscripts in the Topkapi Palace Library, Zeynep Atbas.; The Ayas-Tabriz commercial link and its impact on the cites of Sivas, Erzurum, and Erzurum, Tom Sinlair.; Building a frontier: Architecture in Anatolia under Ilkhanid rule,Patricia Blessing.; Islamil Aga, Beysehir and architectural patronage in 14th-century Central Anatolia, Oya Pancaroglu.; On the outskirts of the Ilkhanate: The Mongol’ relationship with the province of Kastamonu in the second half of the 13th century, Bruno de Nicola.

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