2020. no 2. Nicole Kançal-Ferrari
An Italian Renaissance Gate for the Khan:
Visual Culture in Early Modern Crimea
Abstract: The introduced work is a translation from English of the Turkish researcher Nicole Kançal-Ferrari`s article, which was published in Muqarnas magazine in 2017. The article is under the name: “An Italian Renaissance Gate for the Khan: Visual Culture in Early Modern Crimea”. The author gives a new interpretation of this famous Gate in the Khan`s Palace in Bakhchisarai. She considers that it was made in the Renaissance period and the author of the Gate was very famous Italian sculptor and engraver Alevisio the New (1494?–1551).
Keywords: Iron Door, Demir Kapi, Renaissance Gate, Alevisio Portal, Topkapi Palace, Hansarai Palace, Early Modern Crimea.
For citation: Nicole Kançal-Ferrari. An Italian Renaissance Gate for the Khan: Visual Culture in Early Modern Crimea / Nicole Kançal-Ferrari. Trans. Seytkhalilova L. S., Saranaev R. V. Krymskoe istoricheskoe obozrenie=Crimean Historical Review. 2020, no 2, pp. 124–160.
About the author: Nicole Kançal-Ferrari – Associate Professor of Art History Department of Architecture and Design. Istanbul Şehir University (Kartal/Istanbul, Orhantepe Mahallesi, Tugut Ŏzal Bulvari, No: 21, Dragos 34865, Turkey); firstname.lastname@example.org
About the translators: Seytkhalilova Leylya Seytkhalilovna – senior English language teacher, laboratory-assistant of the Crimean Scientific Center, Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences (420111, Kazan, Baturin Str., 7A, Russian Federation);
Saranayev Renart – architect, designer, specialist in the development of the ethno and eco architecture (Simferopol, Russian Federation); email@example.com