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Fourteenth century fine glazed wares produced in the Iranian world, and comparisons with contemporary ones fromthe Golden Horde and Mamlūk Syria/Egypt

  title={Fourteenth century fine glazed wares produced in the Iranian world, and comparisons with contemporary ones fromthe Golden Horde and Mamlūk Syria/Egypt},
  author={Rosalind Wade Haddon},

Relative Chronology of the Historical and Cultural Sites of Yazd-Ardekan Plain Based on the Archaeological Data

31 and eastern longitude of 59 54-57 52, in the central part of the Iranian Plateau, which is one of the most important plains in terms of natural and human resources and 6 major cities of the

Study and Analysis of Pottery Styles from the Beginning of the Islamic Era to the end of the Safavid Period in Hamadan

هدیکچ هــ ک تــ سا هدــ ش ثــ عاب نادــ مه ۀــ قطنم رد یهاــ ش یــ عرف هار و ناــ سارخ هارهاــ ش دــ ننام ییاهریــ سم دوــ جو رد .دوــش هتخانــش یــخیرات فــلتخم نارود لوــط رد یا هــقطنم هارراــهچ

Revisiting the So-called Ghaybī Workshop: Toward a History of Burjī Mamluk Ceramics

Research concerning the material culture of the Mamluks in Syria and Egypt has made great strides in the last few decades. Much of this research, however, tends to focus on the Baḥrī Mamluk period




The application of petrographic analysis to the problems of provenance attribution of ceramics made in the Islamic world is complicated by the presence of the highly quartzose ‘stonepaste’body. To

Some wasters from Sultānīya,

  • Burlington Magazine
  • 1932

Information supplied by Northedge in 2007 and updated by François

  • 2011

Archaeological research in Central Asia of the Muslim period

Abstract Extensive explorations have yielded abundant data relating to the material culture of the medieval city in Central Asia, its trade and the technology of its crafts. Three stages have been

A taste of thyme : culinary cultures of the Middle East

Introduction, Richard Tapper and Sami Zubaida - food production in the Middle East, Tony Allen, national, communal and global dimensions in Middle Eastern food cultures, Sami Zubaida. Part 1

Mamluk Investment in Transjordan: a "Boom and Bust" Economy (MSR VIII.2, 2004)

The fourteenth century witnessed a flurry of economic activity not only in Egypt but also in the most remote and previously neglected of the Mamluk provinces, such as Mamlakat Karak and the southern

The Ẓafar-nāmā of Ḥamdallāh Mustawfī and the Īl-Khān Dynasty of Iran, unpublished PhD thesis, University of Manchester. Based on the original manuscript Or

  • 1983

GR styled it as a ‘Vāramīn’ bowl on his registration card

  • 81
  • 1936

Jayik settlement,

  • Srednevkovye Goroda Kazakhstana
  • 2006