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The Ayyubid Era Art and Architecture in Medieval Syria (large print)
Abd al-Razzaq MoazYasser TabbaaZena Takieddine

The Ayyubid Era Art and Architecture in Medieval Syria

  • Format: Largeprint - Paperback
  • Released: 10 December 2015
  • Publisher: Museum Ohne Grenzen (Museum With
  • ISBN: 9783902782168-POD
  • Category: Large Print Books Non-fiction History, philosophy & religion
  • Availability: Usually delivered within 14 days.
  • Our Price: 19.90
  • Format(inches): 9x6
  • Format(mm): 229x152
  • Number Of Pages: 288
  • Product Weight: 389gm
  • Publisher Statement: large type edition
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This new MWNF Travel Book was conceived not long before the war started. All texts refer to the pre-war situation and are our expression of hope that Syria, a land that witnessed the evolution of civilisation since the beginnings of human history, may soon become a place of peace and the driving force behind a new and peaceful beginning for the entire region. Bilad al-Sham testifies to a thorough and strategic programme of urban reconstruction and reunification during the 12th and 13th centuries. Amidst a period of fragmentation, visionary leadership came with the Atabeg Nur al-Din Zangi. He revived Syria's cities as safe havens to restore order. His most agile Kurdish general, Salah al-Din (Saladin), assumed power after he died and unified Egypt and Sham into one force capable of re-conquering Jerusalem from the Crusaders. The Ayyubid Empire flourished and continued the policy of patronage. Though short-lived, this era held long-lasting resonance for the region. Its recognisable architectural aesthetic - austere, yet robust and perfected ‒ survived until modern times.

The Ayyubid Era: Art and Architecture in Medieval Syria describes eight thematic Itineraries including, among others, the cities of Damascus, Bosra, Homs, Hama, Aleppo and Raqqa.

This title is part of the series "Islamic Art in the Mediterranean". Each title in this series starts with a general introduction to the series, followed by an introduction to the particular title.

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Note: the eBook includes an index of locations.

 

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