Cornucopia

Yayıncı:Kayık Yayıncılık
Yayın Yeri : İstanbul
Dili : Türkçe
Ebat : 23 x 33
Cornucopia 29
Sayı : 29
Tarih : 2003
Sayfa Sayısı : 142
Liste Fiyatı : 12,00 EUR
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Açıklama :

Ottoman Gardens


How the Ottomans turned gardens into an art form.
Iraq’s Turkoman citadel: Kirkuk after the war.
The oldest photographs of Istanbul .

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Yazar Makale Adı Sayfa No Dergi veya Eser Adı Konu
Godfrey Goodwin ‘Iznik with a flourish’ a new book and exhibition on Iznik 010 Cornucopia 29
Andrew Finkel Private View by Andrew Finkel 012 - 016 Cornucopia 29
Osman Streater ‘The Quiet Revolutionary’ Namık Kemal and his pivotal role in the development of modern Turkey 019 - 021 Cornucopia 29
John Drake ‘Profusion That Calls for Pruning’ review of A Garden For the Sultan: Garden and Flowers in Ottoman Culture by Nurhan Atasoy 023 Cornucopia 29
Anthony Wynn ‘China's Gulag’ review of Wild West China: Taming of Xinjiang by Christian Tyler 024 Cornucopia 29
Norman Stone ‘Forget the Holy War Theory’ review of The Nature of the Early Ottoman State by Heath Lowry 026 Cornucopia 29
David Barchard ‘The Quiet Opposition’ review of The Alevis in Turkey: The Emergence of a Secular Islamic Tradition by David Shankland 028 Cornucopia 29
Elizabeth Meath Baker ‘Alchemy on a Plate’ the first photographs of Istanbul 034 - 039 Cornucopia 29
John Carswell ‘The Ottoman Pleasure Garden’ the author leafs through a lavish new volume which unlocks the gate to the pleasure gardens of Istanbul’s imperial palaces 040 - 049 Cornucopia 29
Owen Matthews ‘City of Shadows’ the Citadel of Kirkuk once the heart of a thriving cosmopolitan city now a deserted ruin. Photographs by Ashley Gilbertson 050 - 067 Cornucopia 29
Donald Carroll ‘Mary's House’ an unassuming stone house in an isolated forest that made international headlines 068 - 073 Cornucopia 29
Martyn Rix ‘Wild Beauties of The South’ plant - hunting in the Taurus 074 - 081 Cornucopia 29
Andrew Finkel ‘The House on The Hill’, a modern classic in Kalkan 082 - 089 Cornucopia 29
David Barchard ‘On The Wrong Side of History’ the extraordinary Stangford Family Turcophiles with more brains and brilliance than wealth or political judgement 090 - 095 Cornucopia 29
Berrin Torolsan ‘Solar Power’ tomatoes the taste of summer all year round 098 - 104 Cornucopia 29
Trade Secrets: ‘Made to Last” Beyoğlu’s bespoke shoe shops by Owen Mathews. Photographs by Berrin Torolsan 106 - 109 Cornucopia 29
Azize Ethem Village Voices by Azize Ethem 113 - 115 Cornucopia 29
Hettie Judah and Andrew Finkel Istanbul Diary by Hettie Judah and Andrew Finkel 117 - 119 Cornucopia 29
Food for Thought by Hettie Judah Andrew Finkel and Christopher Ryan 122 - 124 Cornucopia 29
Charles Perry Off the Eaten Track by Charles Perry 126 Cornucopia 29

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