Tatar tarihinin kilit kişilerinden birisi olan Nogay, Balkanlar'daki gelişmelerde önemi giderek artan bir rol oynadı. Nogay, Cengiz'in soy...
Quiver (Arrow case). Date: first half of the 17th century. Place of production: Turkey (Ottoman Empire). Materials: embroidered with gold thread; wadded with leather; embroidered with silver thread. Dimensions: length - 44cm, width - 20cm, depth - 8cm. Museum of Applied Arts
Turkish Quiver/Bow Case Late 16th / early 17th century
Turkish quiver and bow case, late 16th to early17th century. Body made of leather, covered with red silk velvet, embroidered with gold and silver wire. Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel.
1543 Print made by Sebald Beham The standard-bearer, the drummer and the piper…
Wound Man, mid century, Venice from London’s Wellcome Library’s collection of medieval anatomy diagrams. This wound man hails from the and offers all sorts of valuable advice on how to remove swords from his torso and extremities.
A fife-player; whole-length figure turned slightly to left, playing his flute and wearing wide-brimmed hat with feathers. The case for the instrument and a sword on his back. Top right corner of the sheet made up. From a series of fifty woodcuts.
Caucasian qama / kindjal ), 1856–57, 1861, steel, bone, silver, gold, shark skin, ivory, niello, iron, L. with sheath 19 1/4 in. (48.9 cm); L. without sheath 19 1/16 in. (48.4 cm); L. of blade 14 3/4 in. Wt. 12.8 oz. (362.9 g), Met Museum.
(Circa) Print made by: Jörg Breu I. Published by: David de Negker. Block cut by: Jost de Negker. A Landsknecht holding a pole in both hands; whole-length figure turned to left. From a series of fifty woodcuts.