Christine Thomson

Articles

  • Miracles in miniature

    From Issue 21

    The glories of the Ottoman Empire never cease to fascinate…

  • The New Babylon?

    From Issue 12

    A vast and newly revealed 17th-century panorama of Istanbul is a lovingly drawn record of the city. Yet the accompanying text castigates the Ottoman capital as the ‘whore of Babylon’. Christine Thomson turns detective and reveals it as an elaborate piece of anti-Ottoman propaganda designed by a Franciscan friar

  • The Grand Parade

    From Issue 18

    When Ottoman sultans wanted to outshine European monarchs by the end of the sixteenth century they were choosing elaborate entertainments as their ammunition rather than solemn victory processions. In the second article in her series on East-West rivalry, Christine Thomson focuses on the Istanbul festivities of 1582, a spectacular street party lasting almost two months

  • Theatre of war

    From Issue 16
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