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Author Meinecke, Michael.

Title Patterns of stylistic changes in Islamic architecture : local traditions versus migrating artists / Michael Meinecke
Published New York : New York University Press, [1996]


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Description xxii, 161 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Series Hagop Kevorkian series on Near Eastern art and civilization
Hagop Kevorkian series on Near Eastern art and civilization.
Contents Preface / Jill N. Claster -- Foreword / Priscilla P. Soucek -- 1. Forced Labor in Early Islamic Architecture: The Case of ar-Raqqa/ar-Rafiqa on the Euphrates -- 2. Busra: From the Provincia Arabia to the Darb al-Hajj -- 3. Hasankeyf/Hisn Kaifa on the Tigris: A Regional Center on the Crossroad of Foreign Influences -- 4. Mamluk Architecture and the Ottoman Empire: The Formation of New Architectural Styles
Summary "This book, published posthumously, is based on four lectures Professor Meinecke delivered at the [Hagop Kevorkian] Center in the spring of 1991, for the Hagop Kevorkian Lectureship in Near Eastern Art and Civilization".--p. ix
Analysis Architecture
Middle East
Notes "All plates appear as a group following p. 117".--p. xii
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Manshūrāt Maʻhad Tārīkh al-ʻUlūm al-ʻArabīyah wa-al-Islāmīyah. Fann al-ʻimārah al-Islāmīyah.
Architecture and society -- Middle East -- History.
Islamic architecture -- Middle East -- History.
Architecture, Ottoman -- Middle East -- History.
Islam and architecture -- Middle East -- History.
Islamic architecture.
Islamic cities and towns -- Middle East -- History.
LC no. 95005508
ISBN 0814754929 (acid-free paper)