Byzantine Crucifixion Tablet - by Artistic Holdings Company Byzantine Crucifixion Tablet - Size: 6.25"h X 4.5"w X 0.5"d Item Type: Christian Relief Material: Resin - Ivory Finish Weight (lbs): 0.6 - - The Crucifixion, Byzantine, Constantinople (10th Century) The Christian Eastern Roman Empire's Culture Is Called Byzantine In Reference To Byzantium, The Classical Name For Constantinople (contemporary Istanbul). In 330 A.d., Emperor Constantine I Transferred The Capital Of His Empire From…
Abbas II Hilmi Bey (also known as Abbas Hilmi Pasha) was the last Khedive of Egypt and Sudan. On 5 November, 1914 when Great Britain declared war on Turkey, he was accused of deserting his country by not returning home from Istanbul. The British also believed that he was plotting against their rule, so when the Ottoman Empire joined the Central Powers in World War I, the United Kingdom declared Egypt an independent Sultanate under British protectorate on 18 December 1914 and deposed Abbas.
Silk Fragment with Circular Rosace-like Floriate Medallions Date: first half 16th century Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha) Accession Number: 52.20.18a–e
Date: first half 16th century Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; taqueté (seraser) Dimensions: Textile: H. 17 7/8 in. (45.4 cm) W. 5 3/4 in. (14.6 cm)