Portfolio: Table of Contents

Portfolio with folded pages, compiled by V.&A.Rautenstengel

Part I with contributions by Peter Alford Andrews, Siawosch Ulrich Azadi, and V.&A. Rautenstengel; text: 22p., 2 photographs, 1 drawing, 2 maps.

Part II with contributions by Richard Isaacson and V.&A. Rautenstengel; text: 81 p., 21 plates, 80 illustrations of details, 4 depictions of āq yüp (3 in 1:1 size), 2 engravings, 2 photographs, 2 drawings, 1 poster with structure tables.

Portfolio 32 x 46 x 4 cm; Cover of the portfolio: 1 engraving; Interior of the portfolio: 1 drawing.

This edition is limited to 150 copies, numbered by hand; No.1-10 covered with linen, No.11-150 cardboard. Annette Rautenstengel Verlag, Hilden 2013; ISBN 978-3-9802596-1-3.

PART I • CONTENTS • LIST OF AUTHORS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS • FOLDERS I-III
FOLDER I: title, imprint, list of authors and their contributions and folders in part I and part II of the portfolio, preface, map, sources of illustrations; text: 5 pages, map: 1, DinA4.
PREFACE: V.&A. RAUTENSTENGEL text: 2 pages.

FOLDER II: text: 2 pages; drawing of a perspective of a complete tent showing felt ties: 1, DinA3.
THE GÖKLEÑ – AN HISTORICAL SYNOPSIS
PETER ALFORD ANDREWS text: 4 pages.

A VISIT TO THE GÖKLEÑ
PETER ALFORD ANDREWS text: 3 pages; photographs: 2, DinA5, b./w.

FOLDER III: text: 2 pages; reproduction of a map: 1, DinA3, comment: 2 pages.
GÖKLAN TURKMEN – NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF THE GÖKLAN TRIBE
SIAWOSCH ULRICH AZADI text: 4 pages.

EARLY EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHICAL CARTOGRAPHY FROM SKETCHES COLLECTED BY ANTHONY JENKINSON (1525-1611) IN THE STEPPES OF CENTRAL ASIA
NOTE ON AN EARLY MAP BASED ON SKETCHES DRAWN BY ANTHONY JENKINSON DURING HIS TRAVELS THROUGH CENTRAL ASIA WHILE TRACING MARCO POLO’S FOOTPRINTS TO CHINA
V.&A. RAUTENSTENGEL text: 2 pages; reproduction of a 16th century map: 1, DinA3.

PART II • CONTENTS • LIST OF AUTHORS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS • FOLDERS IV-VII
FOLDER IV: text: 2 pages; reproductions of engravings: 2, DinA3; photograph: 1, DinA4, comment: 1 page.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE VARIETY OF TÜRKMEN WEAVING
RICHARD ISAACSON text: 4 pages.

TWO 19TH CENTURY SKETCHES FROM THE STEPPES OF CENTRAL ASIA
RICHARD ISAACSON text: 1 page; comment on 3 reproductions of engravings: 2, DinA3, 1, DinA4, depicted on and in the portfolio.

FOLDER V: text: 4 pages; drawing of a perspective of a Türkmen tent frame with cordage: 1, DinA3.
GROUPS OF “EAGLES” THAT HAVE NOT FLOWN AWAY – A COMPARISON OF STRUCTURE AND ORNAMENT IN THE WEAVINGS OF DIFFERENT TÜRKMEN TRIBAL GROUPS IN CENTRAL ASIA
V.&A. RAUTENSTENGEL text: 64 pages, color plates: 12, DinA3, 9, DinA4, illustrations of details: 80; 4 large depictions of āq yüp, 3 in 1:1 size; synoptic presentation of structural data: 1 poster.

FOLDER VI: text: 2 pages; photograph of a Türkmen tent: 1, DinA4.
NO. 4, ĀQ YÜP ,“EAGLE”-GÖL GROUP I;
NO. 4a, ĀQ YÜP, “EAGLE”-GÖL GROUP I;
NO.10, ĀQ YÜP, “EAGLE”-GÖL GROUP II;
NO. 16, ĀQ YÜP, “EAGLE”-GÖL GROUP III.
V.&A. RAUTENSTENGEL 4 large depictions of āq yüp, (in 1:1 size: 3).

FOLDER VII: text: 4 pages; drawing of a perspective of a Türkmen tent frame partly covered with felt ties: 1, A3.
STRUCTURE TABLES OF HĀLI, PALĀS, ĀQ YÜP, AND SMALLER PILE WEAVE PIECES IN “EAGLE”-GÖL GROUPS I, II AND III
V.&A. RAUTENSTENGEL 1 poster of structure tables containing a compilation of all structural details found in the hālı, palās, āq yüp, and smaller pile-weave pieces of nos. 1-3, 3a, 3b, 4, 4a, 5-18.

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