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Full Access Sinop in the Summer of 1215: The Beginning of Anatolian Seljuk Architecture

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Sinop in the Summer of 1215: The Beginning of Anatolian Seljuk Architecture

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A detailed analysis of the Seljuk inscriptions from the citadel of the Black Sea port of Sinop serves as the basis for a discussion of Anatolian Seljuk history, epigraphy, citadel architecture, and military and administrative organization and patronage. Because all of these inscriptions date to a 6 month period in the year 1215, they offer a circumscribed but profound introduction to these issues at one time and in one place.

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