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Uluslararası Sosyal Araştırmalar Dergisi / Thé Journal of International Social Research became a member of Cross Reff since 2014 and started to assign DOI numbers to the articles. Bu Dergi DOI ve Crosscheck üyesidir



The most significant decorative aspect used in Turkish architecture is Turkish tile art. In a broad range of interior and exterior locations, particularly in the dome, iwan, wall, arch, window, and mihrabs, it has been used in architecture. The tile is predominantly terracotta material. There are signs that this substance was first used in ancient times. It is understood that it was used in the cultures of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Iran. The first glazed pottery in Central Asia was produced in the 4th century BC by the Turks. With the adoption of Islam, tile art has been seen to have grown in architectural space in particular. This art was created and taken to the top by the Seljuks, Anatolian Seljuks, and Ottomans. This art started to be used indoors in the second half of the 13th century. Konya, Iznik, Kütahya, and Istanbul have been major tile centres, respectively, over the years. The history of the use of tile art in Turkish architecture from the past to the present has been discussed in this review, and recent use examples have been examined. Its use and purpose have been studied in the past, and present. For tile art to retain its leading position today and in the future, it is important, as in the past, to deal with the topic from a science and artistic viewpoint. In terms of contemporary areas of use of architecture, this analysis is meant to be a fundamental resource.

Ornamentation, Religious buildings, Ottoman Palaces, Prestige


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