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Para-Mamluk Rug

15th century
Artist/maker unknown, Turkmen
Para-Mamluk carpets were probably made in Anatolia, in workshops founded by craftsmen trained in the Mamluk carpet traditions of Egypt. They share some Mamluk details in their design, most notably rows of small trees and plants arranged around a central octagon.

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