selamlik


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selamlik

(sɪˈlɑːmlɪk)
n
the men's quarters in a Turkish house or palace
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The ceramic stove in Dolmabahce Palace Selamlik Hiinkar Hamami Odasi, a room for the monarch for getting ready for a bath in the males section, is an excellent example of its kind.
At the office of the Sadrazam [Ottoman Grand Vizier] the Nawab was hospitably treated to coffee and cigars and had a cordial meeting with the Grand Vizier28 when word arrived that Sultan AbdA1/4lhamid was expecting the Nawab's arrival and participation in the selamlik ceremony.
Eldem (1984, 182), harem dairesinin girisinin oldugu bahcede ayri bir birim olarak selamlik dairesinin varligindan bahsetse de, detayli bir bilgi vermemistir (19).
Muhtemelen, bugun mevcut olmayan selamlik, hamam ve mutfak bu cinilerin kullanilmis oldugu birimlerdir.
The palace, built when the Ottoman Empire was on the decline and financed with loans from foreign banks, can only be visited on a guided tour, taking you through the Selamlik, the part of the palace that was reserved for men and that contains the state rooms and the enormous ceremonial hall (its chandelier, bought in England, is said to be the heaviest in the world).
The room in which I found myself was very like its counterpart in the selamlik, or men's quarter of the establishment--that is to say, it was immense and it was bare.
The several ones younger than her were content with teasing her for her lonely ways; the last of them was now permanently out of the women's haremlik, thank God, and asserting his dubious credentials in the men's selamlik.
The palace is divided into two sections - the Selamlik (ceremonial suites) and Harem-Cariyeler (harem and concubines' quarters).
The Friday prayer ceremony, the Selamlik, became one such symbol during the Hamidian period, and Deringil compares this ceremony with similar ceremonies in England and Japan.
Bununla birlikte, Murad Hudavendigar kulliyesinin 1907 yilindaki tamirleri sirasinda hazirlanan vaziyet planinda yer alan yapilardan selamlik binasi haric bugun hicbirinin mevcut olmadigi tespit edilmektedir.
Selamlik was the office where only men could meet and talk about business and relevant issues, often on a formal basis.
Haremlik-selamlik planlama anlayisinin goruldugu Velipasa Konagi'nda zemin kat kuzey-bati kosede yer alan odanin [1] selamlik bolumunun yazlik odasi oldugunu belirtmekte yarar vardir.