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Islam : Kunst und Architektur

Author: Markus Hattstein
Publisher: [Potsdam] : Ullmann, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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"The umbrella of Islam shelters a vast mélange of culture and art. Although varying enormously in nature, all these cultural and artistic threads are woven tightly into the common religion. This book traces the historical development of Islamic regions and dynasties, highlighting their diversity of artistic expression from the inception of the faith until the present day. Its pages unveil the rich creativity of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bildband
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Markus Hattstein
ISBN: 9783833161032 3833161035
OCLC Number: 762147598
Description: 623 Seiten : zahlreiche Illustrationen, Karten ; 32 cm
Contents: Islam --
World Religion and Cultural Power ; Art and Culture in the Islamic World ; Syria and Palestine: The Umayyad caliphase ; Tunisia and Egypt: The Aghlabids and Fatimids ; Syria, Palestine, and Egypt: Ayyubids, Mamluks, and Crusaders ; Spain and Morocco ; The Maghreb: From Morocco to Tunisia ; Early Empires of the East: Ghaznavids and Ghurids ; Central Asia and Asia Minor: The Great Seljuks, the Anatolian Seljuks, and the Khwarazm-Shahs ; Islamic Mongols: From the Mongol Invasions to the Ilkhanids ; Central Asia: The Timurids, the Shaybanids, and the Khan Princedoms ; India: From Sultanate to Mughal Empire ; Iran: Safavids and Qajars ; The Ottoman Empire ; Islam in the Modern Age.
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"The umbrella of Islam shelters a vast mélange of culture and art. Although varying enormously in nature, all these cultural and artistic threads are woven tightly into the common religion. This book traces the historical development of Islamic regions and dynasties, highlighting their diversity of artistic expression from the inception of the faith until the present day. Its pages unveil the rich creativity of Islamic art and architecture, from the works of the Umayyad in Syria to the Mughals of India, from the Ottoman empire, right through to modern contemporary art."--The jacket.

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