“Tradition of Donating Carpets to Protestant Churches of Transylvania Region of Romania”

This article was published on Vakıflar Dergisi Issue 42, The Journal of Directorate General of Foundations. It’s an updated and expanded version of “Anatolian Carpets in the Transylvanian Protestant Churches of Romania” which was presented at the 17th Annual Middle Ages/Turkish Period Excavations and Art History Research Symposium in 2013.

In this study, the tradition of donating carpets to Transylvanian Protestant churches is examined and compared with the tradition of donating carpets to mosques in Islam for differences and similarities.

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Today, we generally have massive, machine woven carpets in mosques. (Selimiye Mosque in Edirne)

Today, we generally have massive, machine woven carpets in mosques. (@ Selimiye Mosque in Edirne)

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