Manuscript of the Jawahir al-ghara'ib tarjumat Bahr al-'aja'ib (Rare Pearls, A Translation of Baḥr al-‘ajā’ib [Sea of Marvels]) | LACMA Collections Turkey, 1582/A.H. 990 Manuscripts; codices Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper 11 1/2 x 8 x 1 3/4 in. (29.2 x 20.3 x 4.5 cm) The Edwin Binney, 3rd, Collection of Turkish Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (M.85.237.24)
Eugène Francois Marie Joseph Devéria (French artist, 1805-1865) Roxane in Jean-Baptiste Racine's Bajazet
Niloufer Farhat Begum Sahiba (b January 4, 1916) was one of the last princesses of the Ottoman Empire. She was married to the second son of the last Nizam of Hyderabad in India Moazzam Jah. She was judged one of the 10 most beautiful women in the world. She died in Paris on June 12, 1989.
Sarây-ı Atîk Teberdârânı Vekilharcı İbrahim’in, kitâbet görevini, kendi isteğiyle bırakmış olduğundan, bu görevin es-Seyyid el-Hâc Yunus’a verilmesine dâir.III. Selîm dönemi
Mihrimah Sultan (1522-1578) / Cameria / Fille de Soliman le Magnifique et de Roxelane . / LE TITIEN .
Kheir-ed-Din (gift of God) Barbarossa was one of the greatest Ottoman admirals of the sixteenth century. His father was an Albanian named Jacob who had been captured by the Turks on the island of Lesbos. Jacob converted to Islam and his four sons became seamen and corsairs. The four brothers were known as the Barbarossas because the oldest, Aroudj, had a red beard.