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Scanderbeg Helmet


Scanderbeg Helmet Sculpture

Mentor Berisha


Sculpture, Metal on Other

Size: 9.8 W x 11 H x 16.9 D in

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Scanderbeg Helmet, Skanderbeg (George Kastrioti) was born in 1405, to the noble Kastrioti family. Sultan Murad II took him hostage in 1423 and he served the Ottoman Empire during the next twenty years. He was appointed as sanjakbey of the Sanjak of Dibra by the Ottomans in 1440. In 1443, he deserted the Ottomans during the Battle of Niš and became the ruler of Krujë, Svetigrad, and Modrič. In 1444, he was appointed as a commander of the short-lived League of Lezhë, which proclaimed him Chief of the League of the Albanian people and defended the region of Albania against the Ottoman Empire for 25 years.

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Sculpture:Metal on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:9.8 W x 11 H x 16.9 D in

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Mentor Berisha was born in Kosova. He finished Master degree in painting at University of Prishtina. He had many collective exhibitions in Kosova and abroad. Also there were several personal exhibitions organized inside and outside Kosova. He has participated in many festivals of Cartoon as: Kosova, Argentina, Iran, Turkey,Germany, Romania, Brasil, Spain, England, Italy... He is the author of several animated films, which are publicized in many festivals as: Kosova, Italy, Albania, Switzerland, France...

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