Samples of ancient Islamic ceramics in the Museum of Islamic Ceramics in Cairo. Four plates with drawings from Islamic Egypt: (a). Mamluk era, 11th century; (b). Fatimid era, 12th century; (c). Mamluk period, 11th century; (d). Fatimid times, 11th century. (Source).
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Most educational systems, particularly those of Western countries, teach that industry was born in Europe and...
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In this special section reproduced from Aramco World (issue March/April 1981), distinguished authors cover...
Two views of the shimmering glass wave hanging over La Cour Visconti and resembling a cloud or a flying carpet; this giant glass Muslim headscarf "blown in by the wind" at the heart of Paris is part of the architectural project of the new wing.
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The first stone was laid on July 16, 2008 at the Louvre's new Arts of Islam gallery. With this initiative,...
Figure 1: The paper fortresses of Matrakçi depicted in his book Tuhfat al-Ghuzat (Süleymaniye Library, Esad Efendi, MS 2206).
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Matrakci Nasuh was a famous Ottoman polymath, writer and knight who produced important books in several...
Figure 1: Front cover of the book Cairo: 1001 Years of Islamic Art and Architecture.
A Wealth of Scholarship: Recent Publications in Islamic Art, Culture and HistoryLEARN MORE
This is a general review of some 23 recent publications (books, films, and articles) on various aspects of...
Figure 1: Frontispiece of the Latin translation of a medical work by Ibn Zuhr, the De Cognitu difficilibus (Venice, 1628).
The Influence of Islamic Culinary Art on EuropeLEARN MORE
This paper describes the results of a novel research on the Muslim influence on the European culinary art...