Cornucopia

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Yayın Yeri : İstanbul
Dili : Türkçe
Ebat : 23 x 33
Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Sayı : Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Tarih : 2001
Sayfa Sayısı : 142
Liste Fiyatı : 11,88 USD
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Açıklama : <p><img style="vertical-align: baseline;" src="http://www.cornucopia.net/Resources/item123hl23.gif" alt="" width="218" height="17" border="0" /></p><p class="style2" lang="en"><img src="http://www.cornucopia.net/Resources/0t.gif" alt="Cover story" width="68" height="15" border="0" /><span class="style65" lang="en"><span class="style64" lang="en"><br /></span>The Wild East<br /></span><span class="style61" lang="en">by Min Hogg with photographs by Manuel Citak</span></p><p class="style61" lang="en">Home to the world's oldest settlements, land of biblical prophets - the Tigris and Euphrates basin is a fabled but forgotten frontier. In a thirty page celebration, Manuel Citak captures the splendour in photographs, while Min Hogg keeps a wry diary on her sortie into this hard-baked corner of Anatolia</p><p class="style61" lang="en">The giant heads of Nemrut Dagi, once attached to enthroned figures, are the folly of the brief rule of the kingdom of Commagene. They were part of a vast mausoleum built on a remote mountain top by Antiochus I (64-38 BC) who was deposed by the Romans. Claiming descent from both Darius the Mede and Alexander the Great, he combined Greek and Persian deities in his pantheon. The eagle in the foreground was a temple guardian.</p>

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Andrew Finkel ‘Cinnamon and the transformation of self” on the Istanbul Biennial 014 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
David Barchard ‘Big Friendly Giant’ Colonel Fred Burnaby a Victorian hero in step with Asia Minor 016 - 021 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Alistair McAlpine ‘Feel the Quality” review of Ipek: The Crescent and the Rose: Imperial Ottoman Silks and Velvets by Nurhan Atasoy 024 - 026 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Jason Goodwin ‘Ottoman Impressions” reviews of Turkish letters: Ogier de Busbecq Domenico’s Istanbul tranp. by MJL Austin and The Lost Messiah: In Search of Sabbatai Sevi by John Freely 026 - 028 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
David Barchard ‘Dark View of the Black Sea’ reviews of Black Sea: The Birthplace of Civilisation and Barbarism by Neal Ascherson and Turkish Region: State Market and Social Identity on the Eastern Black Sea Coast by Ildiko Beller - Hann and Chris Hann 028 - 030 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Min Hogg ‘The Wild East’ Travel to an antique land - the wonder’s of Anatolia’s border country. Photos by Manuel Çıtak 036 - 067 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Osman Streater ‘The Monsignor and the Minister’ How 100000 Jews were saved…and Turkey escaped the Iron Curtain 068 - 075 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Barnaby Rogerson and Min Hogg ‘Mad About Madder’ Robert Chenciner and the pursuit of red. Photos by Simon Upton 076 - 083 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Maureen Freely ‘Light Years from New York’ author Carla Grissmann shares ‘A Dinner of Herbs’ 084 - 093 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Kevin Gould ‘Raise a Glass to Gallipoli’ the wines of the Hellespont 094 - 098 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Berrin Torolsan ‘Soups for Cool Cooks” 100 - 105 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Trade Secrets: ‘By the Light of a Silvery Moon’ the art of tel kakma by Roger Williams 108 - 111 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Azize Ethem Village Voices by Azize Ethem 113 - 115 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East
Food for Thought by Andrew Finkel 119 - 120 Cornucopia Cornucopia 24 : The Wild East

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