The second major expedition of Suleyman the Magnificent after he ascended the throne was the Rhodes Campaign. On the expedition route from İstanbul to Marmaris, the sultan and the army passed through many important settlements, towns, mosques, madrasahs, inns, baths, ranges, rives, passages and bridges. Some of these have been on the expedition routes of the army before and after and they have been transferred to us, especially from the brush of the knocker Matrakçı Nasuh. The most important resource about the expedition was the historical diary, and the source used for some issues that were not included in the diary was the travel book written by Evliya Çelebi. The topics are organized taking into account the techniques, style and documentation features of the miniature. Historical, topographic miniatures in the Sanjak of Muğla and its surroundings, where the Ottoman Empire was ruled for seven months during the expedition, have not been studied before. In addition to the historical document features, the miniatures included in the article are expected to be a source for the next periods and today’s miniature art, directing the artists and researchers to new topics that have not been addressed before.
Publication Date : June 15, 2020
|APA||Koç, Ö . (2020). RODOS SEFERİ’NDE MENTEŞE SANCAĞI MİNYATÜRLERİNE BAKIŞ . Motif Akademi Halkbilimi Dergisi , 13 (30) , 809-826 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/mahder/issue/54841/736285|