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Medieval Islamic MapsAn Exploration$
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Karen C. Pinto

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780226126968

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226127019.001.0001

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Source of the Ottoman Cluster

Source of the Ottoman Cluster

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(p.251) 12 Source of the Ottoman Cluster
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Medieval Islamic Maps
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Karen C. Pinto

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University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226127019.003.0012

Chapter Twelve, “Source of the Ottoman Cluster” examines the probable origin of the cluster both in terms of the images used, and the reason for their use. In this last of the three chapters on the Ottoman Cluster a key Aqqoyunlu KMMS map manuscript is identified as the mother manuscript that spawned the cluster. It considers the provenance of TKS A2830 and how it found its way to Meḥmet II along with its subsequent impact. This chapter concludes by making a connection between patronage and propaganda and shows how a set of KMMS map manuscripts can be used to provide insights into map audience, patronage, and politics in fifteenth-century Anatolia.

Keywords:   Aqqoyunlu, Turkman, Raby, Ahmet 2830, Timurid, ‘Ali Kuşcu, ‘Ali Qushji, Manafi’, Uzun Hasan, Fâtih Camii

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