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And other inside stories from a vanishing Turkey
A History in Six LivesBarnaby Rogerson
Painter of Inner Worlds£19.99
Exploring the Anatolian frontier of the Assyrian Empire£16.95
From the Ottoman World to The Republic of Turkey between the 15th and the 20th centuries.
The Cartographic Collection
of Erhan Öner
The Classic Guide to The CityJohn Freely
Wanderer on the Sea of Light / Işık Denizde Bir Gezgin£10.95
A Treatise on Gilding£10.00
Between Two Worlds
Story of Empire, Conflict and the Sykes-Picot Agreement
Henry VIII, Francis I, Charles V, Suleiman the Magnificent and the Obsessions that Forged Modern EuropeJohn Julius Norwich
Culinary Adventures in the Ottoman KitchenJason Goodwin
Travels Across Asia and the Middle East in a MorganJohn Carswell
The Byzantine Life of Steven Runciman
Swordsman, historian, mathematician, artist, calligrapherNurhan Atasoy
A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881–1900 (2nd Edition)Robert Ousterhout
The Wolfe Expedition and the Photographs of John Henry HaynesRobert Ousterhout
A Vagabond LifeJohn Freely
Elizabethan England and the Islamic WorldJerry Brotton
The Rise and Fall of Syria’s Great Merchant CityPhilip Mansel
Mamluk and Ottoman Architectural Ceramics from Syria£60.00
Enamelled and Jewelled Objects from the Sadberk Hanım Museum CollectionHülya Bilgi
From the Sadberk Hanım Museum CollectionLâle Görünür
İstanbul’da Bahçe ÇiçekNurhan Atasoy and
2,000 Years of Art and Culture from Western China to the BalkansErgun Cağatay and
The Rebirth of Southeastern AnatoliaDavid Barchard
Gardens and Flowers in Ottoman CultureNurhan Atasoy