Dictionary of Islamic Architecture
Psychology Press, 1996 - 342 Seiten
The Dictionary of Islamic Architecture provides the fullest range of artistic, technical, archaeological, cultural and biographical data for the entire geographical and chronological spread of Islamic architecture - from West Africa through the Middle East to Indonesia, and from the seventh to the eighteenth centuries of the Common Era.
Over 500 entries are arranged alphabetically and fully cross-referenced and indexed to permit easy access to the text and to link items of related interest.
Four main categories of subject matter are explored:
* dynastic and regional overviews
* individual site descriptions
* biographical entries
* technical definitions
Over 100 relevant plans, sketch maps, photographs and other illustrations complement and illuminate the entries, and the needs of the reader requiring further information are met by individual entry bibliographies.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Dictionary of Islamic architectureNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
This resource provides an alphabetically arranged overview of the history of Islamic architecture. It consists of hundreds of entries focusing on geographical, archaeological, historical, and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
Abbasid Aghlabids al-Din Arab arcades arches Ayyubid baked brick bath house bedestan built Byzantine Cairo caliph Cami capital carved central courtyard central dome centre coast columns complex conquest consists coral corner covered Crusader decorated Delhi dynasty earliest early Islamic East Africa Edirne Egypt empire enclosure entrance examples facade famous Fatimid feature fourteenth century Further reading gateway Hindu India Iran Iraq Islamic architecture Islamic period Islamic world Istanbul iwan Iznik K. A. C. Creswell Khan known later located madrassa Mamluk mausoleum Mecca mihrab minaret minbar monumental mosaics mosque mud brick Mughal Mughal architecture muqarnas Muslim niches octagonal Ottoman palace prayer hall Qasr qibla rectangular region remains roof ruler Saffavid Samarra Sassanian Seljuk Shah side sixteenth century Spain square stone storeys structure stucco style Sultan survived Syria tenth century tiles Timurid tomb towers town traditional Turkish Umayyad vaults whilst wooden