Mimar Sinan

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Da Mimar Sinan (Architekt Sinan), woascheinli Yusuf Sinan (oda Sinanüddin) bin Abdullah (oda Abdülmennan, Abdurrahman, Abdülkerim),[1] (* um 1490 woarscheinli z Ağırnas bei Kayseri; † 17. Juli 1588 z Konstantinopel) wor da berihmtasde osmanische Architekt und guit ois oana vo de grässtn Architektn vo oin Zeidn.

Da Sinan wor da Suhn vo an Stoametz. Ea hod a guade technische Ausbuidung duachlaffa und is draf zua osmanischn Armee ganga. Ea is schnej afgstiegn, is Offizia worn und spoda gfiachteda Kommandant vo de Janitscharn. Do hod a in de Fejdzig sei Ingenieurkunst entwicklt. Ea hod Befestigunga, Bruckn und Strossna baut. Wiara 50 Joar oid wor is a keniglicha Architekt worn und is des fia fost 50 Joar lang bliem. Ea is 98 Joar oid worn.

Sei Moastaweak is de Selimiye Moschee z Edirne, sei berihmtasdes Weak owa de Suleiman Moschee z Istanbul.

Bautn[VE | Weakln]

Da Sinan hod 476 Bautn konstruiad und oda iwawochd. 196 davo stengan no imma.

  • 94 Grousse Moscheen (camii),
  • 57 Schuin
  • 52 Kloane Moscheen (mescit),
  • 48 Bodhaisa (hamam).
  • 35 Paläste (saray),
  • 22 Mausoleen (türbe),
  • 20 Karawansarein (kervansaray; han),
  • 17 Effentliche Kuchln (imaret),
  • 8 Bruckn
  • 8 Logahaisa
  • 7 Koranschuin ('medrese),
  • 6 Aquedukte
  • 3 Krankahaisa (darüşşifa)
Orbadn (Auswoi)
  • Azapkapi Sokullu, Moschee z Istanbul
  • Caferağa Medresseh
  • Selimiye Moschee z Edirne
  • Süleymaniye Complex
  • Kılıç Ali Pasha Complex
  • Molla Çelebi Mosque
  • Haseki Bodhaus
  • Piyale Pasha Moschee
  • Şehzade Moschee
  • Mihrimah Sultan Moschee z Edirnekapı
  • Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bruckn z Višegrad
  • Nisanci Mehmed Pasha Moschee
  • Rüstem Pasha Moschee
  • Zal Mahmud Pasha Moschee
  • Kadirga Sokullu Moschee
  • Koursoum Moschee or Osman Shah Moschee z Trikal
  • Al-Takiya Al-Suleimaniya z Damascus
  • Yavuz Sultan Selim Madras
  • Mimar Sinan Bruckn z Büyükçekmece
  • Church of the Assumption z Uzundzhovo
  • Tekkiye Moschee
  • Khusruwiyah Moschee
  • Oratory at the Western Wall

Beleg[VE | Weakln]

  1. Gülru Necipoğlu, Princeton 2005, S. 131f

Literatua[VE | Weakln]

  • Augusto Romano Burelli und Paola Sonia Genaro: Die Moscheen von Sinan. Tübingen 2008
  • Howard Crane, Esra Akin und Gülru Necipoğlu: Sinan's Autobiographies: Five Sixteenth-Century Texts. Leiden 2006
  • Deutsches Architekturmuseum: Becoming Istanbul. Frankfurt 2008
  • Ernst Egli: Sinan. Der Baumeister osmanischer Glanzzeit. Erlenbach-Zürich, Stuttgart 1976 ISBN 3-7249-0476-2
  • John Freely: Istanbul. Minga 1986
  • Aptullah Kuran: Sinan: The Grand Old Master Of Ottoman Architecture. Washington D. C. und Istanbul 1987
  • Wolfgang Müller-Wiener: Bildlexikon zur Topographie Istanbuls. Tübingen 1977
  • Gülru Necipoğlu: The Age of Sinan: Architectural Culture in the Ottoman Empire. Princeton 2005
  • John Marshall Rogers: Sinan. Oxford 2006, ISBN 1-84511-096-X
  • Heinz Jürgen Sauermost und Wolf-Christian von der Mülbe: Istanbuler Moscheen. Minga 1981
  • Metin Sözen: Sinan – Architect of Ages. Bd. 1. Istanbul/Ankara 1988
  • Metin Sözen und Suphi Saatçı: Mustafa Sai Çelebi: Mimar Sinan and Tezkiret-ül Bünyan. Istanbul 1989
  • Henri Stierlin: Türkei. Von den Seldschuken zu den Osmanen. Köln 1998
  • Ulya Vogt-Göknil: Sinan. Tübingen 1993 ISBN 3-8030-0156-0
  • Stéphane Yerasimos: Konstantinopel. Istanbuls historisches Erbe. Köln 2000
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  • Çelebi, Sai Mustafa (2004). Book of Buildings : Tezkiretü'l Bünyan Ve Tezkiretü'l-Ebniye (Memoirs of Sinan the Architect). Koç Kültür Sanat Tanıtım ISBN 975-296-017-0
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  • Kuran, Aptullah; Ara Güler (Illustrator); Mustafa Niksarli (Illustrator). (1986) Mimar Sinan. Istanbul: Hürriyet Vakfi. ISBN 3-89122-007-3
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  • A Guide to Ottoman Bulgaria" by Dimana Trankova, Anthony Georgieff and Professor Hristo Matanov; published by Vagabond Media, Sofia, 2011 [1]
  • Zaryan, Armen. «Սինան» (Sinan). Armenian Soviet Encyclopedia. vol. x. Yerevan: Armenian Academy of Sciences, 1984, pp. 385–386.

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