Cities and Caliphs: On the Genesis of Arab Muslim Urbanism

@inproceedings{elik1991CitiesAC,
  title={Cities and Caliphs: On the Genesis of Arab Muslim Urbanism},
  author={Z. Çelik and N. Alsayyad},
  year={1991}
}
Preface Prologue: The Study of Muslim Urbanism and the Problem of the Muslim City The Typical Muslim City: A Historiography of a Concept Urban Creations of the Early Muslim Arabs: The Garrison Town as a Prototype Urban Transformation in Early Islam: Arabization or Islamization of Existing Cities Planned Capital Cities: Ideal Constructs or Imperial Palaces Epilogue: The Arab Muslim City and the Genesis of Urban Form: Religious Ideology Versus Caliphal Authority Notes Appendices Bibliography… Expand
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