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Islam: A Thousand Years of Faith and Power
In its first thousand years - from the revelations given to Muhammad in the 7th century to the great Islamic empires of the 16th - Islamic civilization flourished. While Europeans suffered throughExpand
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The Grove encyclopedia of Islamic art and architecture
Oxford University Press is proud to present the most up-to-date and comprehensive encyclopedia in this field. In three illustrated volumes with more than 1,500 entries, the Encyclopedia deals withExpand
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A Compendium of Chronicles: Rashid Al-Din's Illustrated History of the World
The Nasser D. Khalili Collection is the greatest collection of Islamic art in private hands. Among its holdings of manuscripts is a fragmentary copy in Arabic of the Jami al-Tawarikh or UniversalExpand
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The monumental inscriptions from early Islamic Iran and Transoxiana
Inscriptions on buildings are a distinctive feature of Islamic architecture, and this book studies the 79 surviving monumental inscriptions in the Iranian world from the first five centuries of theExpand
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK IN IRAN
century onward deserves discussion in a volume dedicated to Oleg Grabar, for he is a pioneer who broadened the field of Persian painting from the identification of individual paintings and hands toExpand
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The Ilkhanid shrine complex at Natanz, Iran
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THE MADRASA AT ZUZAN: ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE IN EASTERN IRAN ON THE EVE OF THE MONGOL INVASIONS
Not all medieval cities survive into modern times as major urban entities, and when they do not their monuments are often only slowly brought to light. This is particularly true of eastern Iran (figExpand
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The Coins of the Later Ilkhanids : a Typological Analysis 1
Ghizin Khin was undoubtedly the most brilliant of the Ilkhanid rulers of Persia: not only a commander and statesman, he was also a linguist, architect and bibliophile. One of his most lastingExpand
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Rivers of Paradise: Water in Islamic Art and Culture
For millennia the collection, distribution and symbolism of water have played pivotal roles in the lands where Islam has flourished. This book is the first to address this important subject. AExpand
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