Category:Illuminated manuscripts in the Topkapi Palace Museum
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English: The illuminated manuscripts collection of the Ottoman rulers, kept at Topkapı Palace in Istanbul, is one of the largest and most priceless collection of Islamic art in the world. The sultans comissioned various masterpieces such as the Siyer-ı Nebi, Surname-ı Vehbi or the Sarayı Albums, as well as collected other pieces from the Arabic world.
This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.
- ► Turkish Illuminated manuscripts in the Topkapi Palace Museum (13 C, 25 F)
- ► Persian miniatures in the Topkapi Palace Museum (1 C, 17 F)
- ► Siyah Qalem (10 F)
Media in category "Illuminated manuscripts in the Topkapi Palace Museum"
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