Ṭuquztamur (d. 746/1345)

Emblem description: Upper field self-colored, red lower field with a white eagle above a white cup (almond shape)

Known emblems:

  • A bronze ewer
  • Two glass lamps
  • A candlestick (present owner unknown)
  • A brass bowl
  • A copper bowl (present owner unknown)
  • A glass bottle
  • A glass lamp (Kunst und Altertumssammlungen, Veste Coburg)
  • Two slabs of white marble (Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo)
  • A potsherd (present owner unknown)

Bibliography: Mayer, Saracenic Heraldry, p. 235-239

Cite this blog post
Simon Rousselot (2020, February 19). Ṭuquztamur (d. 746/1345). Mamluk Emblems Online Corpus. Retrieved June 15, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/rd91

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