Through out what was known the “tulip Period” upon the North-Western Europe which first time it appeared. Was from the story of Oghier Ghislain de Busbecq, he was the Ambassador on behalf of Emperor Ferdinand to the Suleyman the Magnificent, in the capital of Istanbul.

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Oghier Ghislain de Busbecq, Emperor Ferdinand , Suleyman the Magnificent

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Upon to the letter he saw, “An abundance of flowers everywhere; , which was known as narcissus, hyacinths which was called in Turkish Lale, they were ever so astonished and amazing of the flowers.

Tulip mania collapses in the United Provinces, which was now Netherlands; the sellers couldn’t find any more buyers for the “bulbs Contracts”

Tulip mania collapses in the United Provinces, which was now Netherlands; the sellers couldn’t find any more buyers for the “bulbs Contracts”

Tulip craze was a period of groovy and weird history because of the wide spread of into European culture from east to, west, there was a obsession, in Ottoman society, European culture.

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(example of tulips and there obsession)

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Tulip craze was a period of groovy and weird history because of the wide spread of into European culture from east to, west, there was a obsession, in Ottoman society, European culture.

Tulip mania was a period of Dutch golden age, which had contracted various prices for the bulb, which reached at high levels and then suddenly crashed.

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At the height of the Tulip Mania in March 1637, some of the Tulips were sold and generated 10 times the annual income of a skilled craftsman. It was widely considered (economical Bubble.) which lead to a European-chain of debasement of metal content coins to fund warfare, featured mania-like similarities to a bubble.

At the height of the Tulip Mania in March 1637, some of the Tulips were sold and generated 10 times the annual income of a skilled craftsman. It was widely considered (economical Bubble.) which lead to a European-chain of debasement of metal content coins to fund warfare, featured mania-like similarities to a bubble.

Upon researched there was fairly limited date during the year of 1630s, but much of the researching was very biased. During some Modern economist there was so “rational” explanation, but due to the rise and fall of the prices, such as the Hyacinth, introduced prices.

Upon researched there was fairly limited date during the year of 1630s, but much of the researching was very biased. During some Modern economist there was so “rational” explanation, but due to the rise and fall of the prices, such as the Hyacinth, introduced prices.

In Amsterdam merchant and traders where the centre of the “east indies Trade, upon the first voyage the profits of 400%. Merchant was a new class of people upon the great success of the grand estates around the garden and tulips

During the ottoman tulip period was from the year of 21 july and to 28 of September 1730. Last years of the tulip prices rises that when the ottoman government intervened to put demanded on the prices, how ever due to the rare blubs, and the high demand of flowers from the elites in the palaces and in the gardens. During the tulip mania the states took power by the increasing of prices of the blub had a good affect in the ottoman society, this lead to the issuing of price list to the judge of Istanbul to enforce this.

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sultan Ahmed the III and the courtiers 

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Through the rise of the tulip period there was much arts of flowering arts, culture and many architecture, which was elaborated upon the baroque period movement.

However the legacy of the tulip period was a wide era, which brought conflicted in early modern Consumer culture, which had shared symbolism.

Upon the period for high society and elite the ottoman period took to much fondness for tulips. Tulips were seen as nobility and privileges.

In the whole there was a obsession of tulips and it had to be controlled culturally and in political sphere.

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