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Western Islamic Architecture (The Great Ages of World Architecture)

Western Islamic Architecture (The Great Ages of World Architecture)
George Braziller | 1962 | ISBN: N/A | English | 136 pages | PDF | 22.2 MB

Until they began their conquests, which rapidly engulfed half of the known world, the Arabs were totally innocent of any architectural tradition. Yet, from the middle of the seventh century for a period of nearly eight hundred years, the Muslims developed an architectural identity quite outside the influence of the Christian West, an identity related to Western forms only tangentially through the principles of late Roman and Hellenic styles as they were modified in Early Byzantine and Near Eastern designs.
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