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Dili : Türkçe
Ebat : 23 x 33
Cornucopia 12
Sayı : 12
Tarih : 1997
Sayfa Sayısı : 142
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Cover story
The Black Sea

Over the hills and far away
by Brian Sewell with photographs by Simon Upton

Beyond the towering Black Sea Mountains lies a hidden landscape rich with forgotten medieval churches. For centuries they were ignored, their ancient glories allowed to crumble to dust. Before new roads reached the Coruh Valley, Brian Sewell had to enlist the help of shepherds on his quest to find these forerunners of Romanesque and Gothic architecture.

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Philippa Scott ‘Sotheby’s gilds the lily’ London’s record breaking Orientalists Glorious Byzantium in New York bounty from the Black Sea and eye - catching ikats in Boston 013 - 016 Cornucopia 12
John Carswell ‘The stamp of authority’ review of Ottoman Silver Marks by Garo Kürkman 019 Cornucopia 12
Philippa Scott ‘The seven colours’ review of Colour and Symbolism in Islamic Architecture by Michael Barry with photographs by Roland and Sabrina Michaud 019 Cornucopia 12
Anthony Wynn ‘Arid is as arid does’ review of Aurel Stein: Pioneer of the Silk Road by Annabel Walker 020 Cornucopia 12
David Barchard ‘Spot the barbarians’ review of The Making of Orthodox Byzantium 600 - 1025 by Mark Whittow 020 Cornucopia 12
John Brunton ‘One good woman and true’ director of the Istanbul Film Festival Hülya Uçansu and her hopes for a resurgence of Turkish cinema 022 Cornucopia 12
Norman Stone Andrew Finkel and Peter Wimsey Counterpoint: Ankara’s academe Washington’s worries and Baku’s best by Norman Stone Andrew Finkel and Peter Wimsey 025 - 026 Cornucopia 12
Andrew Finkel Diary: dress sense common sense and nonsense by Andrew Finkel 028 Cornucopia 12
Christine Thomson ‘The New Babylon?” revealing the truth behind 17th century anti - Ottoman panorama of Istanbul 030 - 034 Cornucopia 12
Andrew Finkel ‘Art puts its house in order’, Istanbul’s first museum of private art 036 - 037 Cornucopia 12
Special Section: Above the Black Sea distinguished writers pay tribute to the eastern Black Sea mountains the people and their heritage 040 - 904 Cornucopia 12
Brian Sewell ‘Over the Hills and Far Away’ forerunners of Romanesque and Gothic architecture in the Çoruh Valley 042 - 053 Cornucopia 12
Patricia Daunt ‘The Country Houses that Ride the Storm’ visiting a Hemşinli family in the rain forests of the Black Sea mountains 054 - 073 Cornucopia 12
David Barchard ‘Stopping Train to Georgia’ Sapanca an eastern Black Sea town an hour’s train ride from Istanbul 074 - 085 Cornucopia 12
Jean Marie del Moral ‘Farmhouse Style’ the puritanical side of Turkish taste at a modern farmhouse in ancienty Bithynia 086 - 089 Cornucopia 12
Denis Wright ‘Our Man in Trabzon’ the British vice consul in Trabzon looks back at his time there during the Second War 090 - 094 Cornucopia 12
Berrin Torolsan ‘Eggs on a Plate’ making light work of Turkish classics from succulent meatloaf to honeyed crepes 100 - 106 Cornucopia 12
Amicia de Moubray ‘Take Silk’, haute couture made from magnificent Indian and Ottoman fabrics 108 - 109 Cornucopia 12
Andrew Finkel Restaurants: Eating out in Istanbul by Andrew Finkel 114 Cornucopia 12
Andrew Byfield ‘After the snows’, a field guide to crocuses in the north and the south 116 - 118 Cornucopia 12

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