European Armor from the Imperial Ottoman Arsenal

@article{Pyhrr1989EuropeanAF,
  title={European Armor from the Imperial Ottoman Arsenal},
  author={Stuart W. Pyhrr},
  journal={Metropolitan Museum Journal},
  year={1989},
  volume={24},
  pages={85 - 116}
}
ON NOVEMBER 20, 1919, Dr. Bashford Dean, the Metropolitan Museum's first Curator of Arms and Armor, sailed for Europe on a six-month journey that would take him to England, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Italy, Turkey, Greece, and Spain. The principal purpose of Dean's trip, his first curatorial travel abroad since the outbreak of World War I, seems to have been the purchase of objects both for the Metropolitan Museum and for his own important private collection… Expand
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