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Cornucopia 28
Sayı : 28
Tarih : 2003
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Cornucopia No 28, Vol 5,

Cover story

The Caucasus

The peoples that time forgot
Robert Chenciner

With commentary on the beautiful images of Caucasian peoples from the Russian Ethnographic Museum.,St Petersburg exhibited at the Hessenhuis, Antwerp in 2001

The Russian love affair with the Caucasus has been long and cruel, though the outside world knows little of the multitude of ethnic groups who for millennia have inhabited this remote strip of land the size of France.
In 2001, however, a remarkable catalogue was published. It reveals a unique collection of artefacts which for years have stood gathering dust in the vaults of a St Petersburg museum.
Here Robert Chenciner examines the book and introduces a selection of its poignant photographs.

Cornucopia 28   

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Yazar Makale Adı Sayfa No Dergi veya Eser Adı Konu
Philip Mansel ‘Cavalcade of colour’ a review of Fasuto Zonaro: Painter to the Ottoman Court at Istanbul’s Kazim Taskent Gallery in the Yapı Kredi Cultural Centre 007 - 009 Cornucopia 28
John Carswell ‘Europe’s first sight of blue and white?’ review of Hidden Treasures at the Musuem of Turkish and Islamic Art 010 Cornucopia 28
Maureen Freely "‘A passion for politics’; a review of Nazim Hikmet: Beyond the Walls. Selected Poems translated by Ruth Christie Richard McKane and Talat Sait Halman " 015 - 016 Cornucopia 28
Anthony Wynn "‘Keeping the Faith’; a review of Beyond the Oxus: The Central Asians by Monica Whitlock " 016 Cornucopia 28
David Barchard "‘Monumental Discoveries’; a review of Life’s Episodes: Discovering Ottoman Architecture by Godfrey Goodwin " 016 - 018 Cornucopia 28
Venetia Porter "‘Hostile Takeover’; a review of Lighting Over Yemen: A History of the Ottoman Campaign 1569 - 71 by Qutb al - Din al - Nahrawali al - Makki " 018 Cornucopia 28
Robert Chenciner ‘The Peoples That Time Forgot’. A critical introduction to the catelogue of a Rotterdam exhibition of artefacts in Russian museums illustrating the multitude of ethnic peoples in the Caucasus 020 - 029 Cornucopia 28
Charles Perry Off the eaten track by Charles Perry 034 Cornucopia 28
Ali Özgü Caneri and Kate Clow ‘Peak Performance’. Scaling two of the Kaçkar Mountains’ saw - edged summits. Photographs by Kate Clow 036 - 055 Cornucopia 28
Min Hogg ‘Georgia On My Mind’. Turkey’s northeastern neighbour – a fairytale country with a hard edge 064 - 075 Cornucopia 28
Owen Matthews ‘Dome From Dome’. The rooftop Russian churches of Karaköy. Photographs by Simon Wheeler 076 - 091 Cornucopia 28
CJ Lousada ‘A winter’s tale’. Spending the winter in a small boat in the Gulf of Izmir 093 - 094 Cornucopia 28
Berrin Torolsan ‘Golden Opportunity’ more to carrots than meets the eye 096 - 102 Cornucopia 28
Berrin Torolsan ‘Love’s Labour’. Beypazarı’s telkari amulets 106 - 108 Cornucopia 28
Azize Ethem Village Voices by Azize Ethem 111 - 113 Cornucopia 28
Anastasia Ashman ‘Won’t you join the dance?’. When it comes to belly - dancing, the author decides she had better sit this one out 114 Cornucopia 28
Andrew Finkel Food Review: Last Rites 119 Cornucopia 28
Food Review: ‘Vodka and tears” by Owen Matthews 119 - 120 Cornucopia 28
Food Review: ‘Sofra so good” by Christopher Ryan 120 - 122 Cornucopia 28
Kevin Gould On the Turkish Grapevine by Kevin Gould 122 Cornucopia 28
Norman Stone ‘Trotsky on Prinkipo’. The quite Büyükada exile of Leon Trotsky 156 - 063 Cornucopia 28

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