Turkish Delight

September 1987
Archaeology;Sep/Oct87, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p94
Reports on the exhibition, titled `The age of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent,' featuring art works from the Golden Age of the Ottoman Empire, at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Calligraphy on illuminated manuscripts and velvets and brocaded garments; Imperial items of silver, gold, jade; Rock crystal embellished with gems; Inlaid woodwork, ceramics an tiles.


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