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Late Mamluk patronage

KhДЃlid бё¤amzah

Late Mamluk patronage

Qansuh al-Ghuri"s waqf and his foundation in Cairo

by KhДЃlid бё¤amzah

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Published by Universal Publishers in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Qānṣūh al-Ghūrī, -- Sultan of Egypt and Syria, -- d. 1516 -- Art patronage,
  • Architecture, Mameluke -- Egypt -- Cairo,
  • Architecture, Islamic -- Egypt -- Cairo,
  • Waqf -- Egypt -- History,
  • Cairo (Egypt) -- Buildings, structures, etc

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKhaled Alhamzah.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA1583 .H26 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23016628M
    ISBN 101599429225
    ISBN 109781599429229
    LC Control Number2009002213
    OCLC/WorldCa301705485

    the Mamluk period ( CE) by colophons and endowment and dedicatory statements. During this time, Cairo became the cultural, religious, and intellectual centre of the Islamic world. Extensive building activity took place under the patronage of the Mamluk sultans and military and civilian elite. The late triumph of the Persian bow: critical voices on the Mamluk monopoly of weaponry Ulrich Haarmann; Concepts of history as reflected in Arabic historiographical writing in Ottoman Syria and Egypt () Otfried Weintritt;

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    Essay. Enameled and gilded glass is the best known and historically most treasured type of Islamic glass. The production of such glass was the specialty of the regions controlled by the Ayyubids and the Mamluks (present-day Egypt and Syria) in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. In this decorative technique, gold and/or enamels (powdered opaque glass) were applied to a glass surface using. The most enduring Mamluk realm was the knightly military class in Egypt in the Middle Ages, which developed from the ranks of slave were mostly enslaved Turkic peoples, Egyptian Copts, Circassians, Abkhazians, and Georgians. Many Mamluks were also of Balkan origin (Albanians, Greeks, and South Slavs). The "mamluk phenomenon", as David Ayalon dubbed the creation of the specific.


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