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AbstractIn the second half of the twelfth century, the Maghreb and the Mashriq saw two new political and religious projects taking place, which shared a common reformist spirit. The Almohad movement and the process initiated by Zankī (r. 1127–1146) gave a crucial role to jihād, as well as...
AbstractThere exist a range of crusading sources, often well-known texts, that are currently not being as extensively used as they could be. The Cantigas de Santa María, typically read as a devotional text in praise of the Virgin Mary and descriptive of miracles worked through her intercession,...
AbstractThis article presents two seventh/thirteenth-century Islamic funerary complexes located in Anatolia (roughly today's Turkey) in the context of multi-functional ensembles with a mausoleum enclosed within the larger structure. Such monuments, although quite numerous, are poorly understood...
AbstractThe rediscovery and thorough understanding of historic design strategies and characteristics of functional space developments that reflect the society and region in which people live are important in appreciating building preservation and the reuse of traditional buildings. This has...
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