9-11-09 Lecture Notes

9-11-09 Lecture Notes - 9/11/09 Lecture Notes Roxelana De...

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9/11/09 Lecture Notes Roxelana De Busbecq (passage from hw) Ingres Gerome Rinascimento Renaissance Gutenberg Copernicus Galileo Bruno Innocent VIII Alexander VI Obelisks (=/odalisques…) Sixtus V Fontana Nicholas V Sistine Michelangelo Macchiavelli -Roxelana shocked the ottoman world by becoming the favorite of Suleiman and hand having Suleiman cling to her alone as the only herom (concubines), he proclaimed that he was only loyal to Roxelana. -Roxelana is seen as something dangerous, conniving, -Selim the II Sot (son of Roxelana) accedes to the thrown after suleiman -Selim was an incompetent sultan so people questioned his lineage to Suleiman -de busbecq wrote a passage about an older women falling in love with a younger woman, people of the west don’t know how to handle the ottomans so they come up with sterotypes -Western sensationalism—Ingres -Gerome painted many of his subjects as he travelled through Morroco *go back to Machiavellis writing -In Italy, Renaissance is
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course UGC 112 taught by Professor Barry during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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9-11-09 Lecture Notes - 9/11/09 Lecture Notes Roxelana De...

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