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Lesung aus dem Koran vor Sultan Ahmet III.

Lesung aus dem Koran vor Sultan Ahmet III.

Ambassadors from Badakhshan come bearing gifts

Ambassadors from Badakhshan come bearing gifts

Ottoman: 1600.  Sultan Mehmet III (reigned 1595-1603) Enthroned, Attended by Two Janissaries | LACMA Collections

Ottoman: 1600. Sultan Mehmet III (reigned 1595-1603) Enthroned, Attended by Two Janissaries | LACMA Collections

MINIATURE: An Ottoman-Turkish Art (for Istanbullu) - SkyscraperCity

MINIATURE: An Ottoman-Turkish Art (for Istanbullu) - SkyscraperCity

Ottoman sultan Ahmet II

Ottoman sultan Ahmet II

Suleiman the Magnificent receives an Ambassador-by Matrakci Nasuh - Suleiman the Magnificent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Suleiman the Magnificent receives an Ambassador-by Matrakci Nasuh - Suleiman the Magnificent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Portrait of Ahmed III (Istanbul, 1673-1736), Sultan of Ottoman Empire, with prince

Portrait of Ahmed III (Istanbul, 1673-1736), Sultan of Ottoman Empire, with prince

Süleymanname'den Arifi'nin bir minyatürü: Barbaros, Kanuni'nin huzurunda .

Süleymanname'den Arifi'nin bir minyatürü: Barbaros, Kanuni'nin huzurunda .

Seyyid Lokman-Mehmed III Arrives at the Head of the Victorious Army at Davudpasha, a Suburb of Istanbul

Seyyid Lokman-Mehmed III Arrives at the Head of the Victorious Army at Davudpasha, a Suburb of Istanbul

"Khosrow and Shirin" (Persian: خسرو و شیرین‎) is the title of a famous Persian tragic romance by Nizami Ganjavi (1141−1209). It tells a highly elaborated fictional version of the story of the love of the Sassanian king Khosrow II for the Aramean or Armenian princess Shirin, who becomes his queen. The essential narrative is a love story of Persian origin.

"Khosrow and Shirin" (Persian: خسرو و شیرین‎) is the title of a famous Persian tragic romance by Nizami Ganjavi (1141−1209). It tells a highly elaborated fictional version of the story of the love of the Sassanian king Khosrow II for the Aramean or Armenian princess Shirin, who becomes his queen. The essential narrative is a love story of Persian origin.

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