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Publisher: BONNART, H.
Title: Ibraim Pascia Visiragha di Giannizzari. (Portrait of Ibrahim Pasha)
Published in: Vienna, Gio. Battista Hacque, 1670
   
Size: 8.7 x 6.1 inches.
22.0 x 15.5 cm.
Coloring:

Uncoloured.
Condition: Good condition. ut on neat line and pasted on larger sheet.
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Fine, decorative and very scarce copper engraved portrait of Ibrahim Pasha, Pargali Ibrahim Pasha (1493 or 14941536), also known as Frenk Ibrahim Pasha (the "Westerner"), was the first Grand Vizier in the Ottoman Empire appointed by Suleiman the Magnificent (r. 1520 to 1566).
Pargali Ibrahim Pasha (1493 or 14941536), also known as Frenk Ibrahim Pasha (the "Westerner").
He was the son of a sailor in Parga and as a child he was carried off by pirates and sold as a slave to the Manisa Palace in western Anatolia, where Ottoman crown princes (şehzade) were being educated. There, he was befriended by crown prince Suleiman, who was of the same age.
He was the falconer of the Sultan. On the diplomatic front, Ibrahim's work with Western Christendom was a complete success. Portraying himself as "the real power behind the Ottoman Empire", Ibrahim used a variety of tactics to negotiate favorable deals with the leaders of the Catholic powers. The Venetian diplomats even referred to him as "Ibrahim the Magnificent", a play on Suleiman's usual sobriquet.

From: Historia di Leopoldo Cesare, Continente le cose piu memorabili successe in Europa, dal 1656. sino al 1670. [....].
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