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by K. A. C Creswell

  • Author: K. A. C Creswell
  • ISBN: 0198171544
  • ISBN13: 978-0198171546
  • ePub: 1555 kb | FB2: 1520 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clarendon P; 2nd edition (1969)
  • Pages: 730
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Early Muslim architecture, (Vol 1) ePub download

Early Muslim Architecture book.

Early Muslim Architecture book.

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Volume 3 Issue 2. K. A. C. Creswell . Creswell, English Français. International Journal of Middle East Studies. page 218 note 2 . Grabar, ‘The Umayyad Dome of the Rock’, Ars Orientalis, Vol. m (1957). page 218 note 3 . Sauvaget, ‘Remarques sur les monuments omeyyades’, Journal Asiatique, vol. ccxxxi (1939).

His gigantic two-volume Early Muslim Architecture, of which Volume I was first published in Oxford in 1932 .

His gigantic two-volume Early Muslim Architecture, of which Volume I was first published in Oxford in 1932, remains widely acknowledged as the most important reference for early Islamic architecture so far. Nevertheless, Creswell’s hypothesis on the genesis of the mosque type and his perception of the first mosque in Islam betray a considerable amount of dubiety and suffer a myriad of critical deficiencies.

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Personal Name: Creswell, Keppel Archibald Cameron, 1879-. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Publication, Distribution, et. Hammondsworth, Middlesex. Penguin Books, (c)1958. Physical Description: 330 p. : ill. Series Statement: Pelican books ; A407. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database.

Early Muslim Architecture and The Muslim Architecture of Egypt . In May 1920 Creswell drew up a proposal for a History of the Muslim Architecture of Egypt. He intended this to be an exhaustive study of the subject. Creswell first started work on the Bibliography of the Architecture, Arts and Crafts of Islam in 1912; it was finally published in 1961. This drew together all the books, articles and periodical volumes that concerned this very wide field, and comprised the listing of some 12,300 books and nearly as many periodical volumes. A supplement appeared in 1973.

Published by Penguin Books (1958).

Published by Penguin Books (1958).

Статья посвящена проблемам интерпретации античного наследия арабо-мусульманской культурой в эпоху правления династии Омейядов на примере росписей замка Кусейр Амра. Выбранный памятник демонстрирует вариант перцепции античного искусства, отличный от его восприятия в Западной Европе. Он представляет собой не один из малых ренессансов, характерных для Западной Европы и Византии, которые, по сути, являлись временной победой антикизирующих течений, и тем более не некий аналог эпохи Возрождения, а продолжение непрерывной традиции, берущей свое начало в античности.

"Early Muslim Architecture. Volume I: Umayyads A.D. 622-750, with a contribution on the mosaics of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem and of the Great Mosque in Damascus by Marguerite Guatier-van Berchem. SECOND EDITION (revised) IN TWO PARTS. Published by Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1969. Volume I, Parts I & II: xxxix, 684pp. (2 parts paged continuously) plus 140 plates (some in color) and 690 line & half tone illustrations (some folding). EX-LIBRARY with minimal markings. Clean, bright text and illustrations. Dust wrappers are torn and tattered. All folding drawings fine. Both volumes are uniformly bound in green cloth with gilt lettering. Extremely large and heavy books (each volume approximately 14" x 18" x 3").
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