Kudüs’teki Memlûk Türk Devleti Armaları (‘Renk’ler)

@article{Turan2019KudstekiMT,
  title={Kud{\"u}s’teki Meml{\^u}k T{\"u}rk Devleti Armaları (‘Renk’ler)},
  author={Hayrunnisa Turan},
  journal={Belleten},
  year={2019},
  volume={83},
  pages={887-912}
}
Turk-Islam devletleri arasinda Memluklere ozgu bir uygulama olarak dikkat ceken armacilik sistemi, yalnizca devletin teskilat yapisini yansitmakla kalmayip ayni zamanda sanatsal gelisimine de ayna tutmaktadir. Memluk devlet yapilanmasinda emirlerin oldukca etkin konumda bulunmalari armacilik sisteminin yayginlasmasina on ayak olmustur. Memluk sarayinda sultanin ozel hizmetinde bulunan emirlerin cesitli vazifelerinin nisanesi olan armalar mimariden el sanatlarina kadar pek cok alanda… 

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