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Hartmann Schedel’s Istanbul Views

Sedat Bornovalı

Hartmann Schedel’s World History is one of the most renowned works of the printing art of the 15th century in which the printing press was invented. In 1493, it was written on order in Latin and published in 1493. In the same year a German translation was published, as well. The engravings the book contains reflects many cities of the known world. Some of the most spectacular engravings depict Istanbul. On the other hand, the interest shown to Istanbul among the 1800 engravings was limited and few studies were conducted on these views. The number of those published in Turkish is particularly limited. Liber Chronicarum is a very early and important visual source for Istanbul. It is even more important in terms of reflecting the information from different sources about Istanbul in different compositions. Although these views have been examined and interpreted by various researchers, every research can add new information and correct some of the errors previous studied contained. In the 525th year of it publication, it is clear that Schedel’s World History is still able to contribute to our knowledge.

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Hartmann Schedel’in İstanbul Görünümleri

Sedat Bornovalı

Hartmann Schedel’in Dünya Tarihi matbaanın icat edildiği 15. yüzyılda üretilen baskı eserler arasında en tanınmışlardan bir tanesidir. 1493 yılında sipariş üzerine Latince olarak kaleme alınmış, aynı yıl içerisinde Almanca çevirisi de yayımlanmıştır. Bu kitabın içerisinde çok sayıda kenti betimleyen gravürler de bulunmaktadır. En gösterişli gravürlerden birkaç tanesi de İstanbul’u yansıtmaktadır. Diğer yandan 1800’e yakın gravür arasında İstanbul’a gösterilen ilgi sınırlı olmuş, bu görünümlerle ilgili az sayıda araştırma yapılmıştır. Türkçe olarak yayınlananların sayısı özellikle kısıtlıdır. Bazı yayınlardaki yerleşmiş hataların da düzeltilmesi gerekmektedir. Liber Chronicarum İstanbul açısından çok erken ve önemli bir görsel kaynak niteliği taşımaktadır. İstanbul hakkında farklı kaynaklardan edindiği bilgileri farklı kompozisyonlar içinde yansıtması açısından daha da büyük önem arz etmektedir. Bu görünümler çeşitli araştırmacılar tarafından incelenmiş ve yorumlanmış olmakla birlikte yapılan her araştırma yeni bilgiler katabilmektedir. Eserin 525’inci yılında Schedel’in Dünya Tarihi, hala yeni bilgilerle araştırmalara katkıda bulunabilmektedir.


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