Bourgoin, Plate 77

T01208 = data162/P077
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Common and widespread, especially Cairo, as the main pattern on the side of many minbars



Publications referenced:
  1. Photo by David Wade: SYR 0704 (Beit al-Azem (Hama Museum), Hama, Syria) from [wadei] (1163AD, 557AH)
  2. Figure 488 (Karatay Han, Turkey. Side of main entrance porch) from [hill] (1240AD, 637AH)
  3. Photo by David Wade: EGY 0732 (al-Nasir Muhammad Mosque, Cairo, Egypt) from [wadei] (1335AD, 735AH)
  4. Page 117 (Amir Shaykhu, Cairo, Egypt. minbar) from [okane2] (1349-55AD, 749-56AH)
  5. Page 266 and 267 (Shaykh Karim al-Din al-Burdayni, Cairo, Egypt. minbar) from [okane2] (1349-55AD, 749-56AH)
  6. Plate 35 (8f. 2r) (No location, Detail from Koran, Egypt) from [wilson] (1356AD, 757AH)
  7. Photo 211 from Internet (shaik al-burdani mosque wall mosaics from small rooms) from [d-avennes] (1616-29AD, 1025-38AH)
  8. Page 295 (Muhammad Abu'l-Dhahb, Cairo, Egypt. minbar) from [okane2] (1774AD, 1188AH)
  9. Photo by Peter Horree (al-Rifa'i mosque, Cairo, Egypt) from [pc] (1869-1910AD, 1286-1328AH)
  10. Dick Osseman's web site (Great Mosque, Damascus, Syria. Ceiling) from [pc]
  11. Dick Osseman's web site (The Turkish and Islamic museum, Turkey) from [pc]
  12. E.3793-1938 (Cairo, Egypt. Sketchbook by James Wild) from [vami]
  13. Fig 4.1 from [ww]
  14. Figure 77b (Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem) from [elsaid]
  15. Page 283 from [abas]
  16. Page 5 from [hessemer]
  17. Page 88 (Mamluk Koran) from [broug]
  18. Photo by David Wade: SYR 0504 (Great Mosque, Aleppo, Syria) from [wadei]
  19. Photo, Thesaurus Islamicus (al-Azhar mosque, Cairo, Egypt. Ceiling) from [pc]
  20. Plate 77 from [bourgoin]
  21. Vol II, Figure 151, Figure 181, Figure 244 (Abd al-Baqi Khayr al-Din, Cairo, Egypt) from [wahhab]
  22. Vol II, Figure 151, Figure 181, Figure 244 (Abd al-Ghani al-Fakhri mosque, Cairo, Egypt) from [wahhab]
  23. Vol II, Figure 151, Figure 181, Figure 244 (Abu al-Bakr Muzhir, Cairo, Egypt) from [wahhab]
  24. VolII, pg 21 (Koran by Mohammed ebn Aibak, II-Khanid, Tehran, Iran) from [booth]


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