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IV.Mehmet'in II.Viyana kuşatmasındaki atının eyeri, sadrazamı Merzifonlu Kara Mustafa Paşa'ya ait gümüşten yapılmış topuz ve sadak, Viyana Sanat Tarihi Müzesi'nde sergilenmekte...

Saddle, mace and quiver of Kara Mustapha Pasha who led siege to Vienna in Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ruestkammer, Vienna, Austria

Saddle arches and fittings, first half of 13th century Mongol. The era of Mongol Rule over most of Asia and majority of the Silk Road is referred to as Pax Mongolica. Mongols themselves originally leaned to Shamanism but were open to all the major religions of the known world and easily created connections between Buddhist China and India; Muslim Central Asia and Persia and Christian West. The Silk Road trade thrived under Mongol rule.

Saddle arches and fittings, first half of century Mongol. Gold worked in repoussé, remains of iron rivets. In the Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, London, on the Met Museum website.

Horse helmet (mascaron) with unicorn horn from Farnese Armour at the Austrian Kunsthistorisches museeum (Art and History)

Century Horse helmet (mascaron) with unicorn horn from Farnese Armour at the Austrian Kunsthistorisches museeum (Art and History) Great garb even for horses!

Reconstruction of the horse trappings found in one of the the 4th century BC Scythian-type Pazyryk burials.

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Reconstruction of the horse trappings found in a Century BC, Scythian-type Pazyryk burial in Siberia.

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