From the category archives:

2007

Gardens Beneath Which Rivers Flow: The Significance of Water in Classical Islamic Culture

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Water Scarcity and Landscaping in the Islamic World: Contemporary Solutions to Historical Problems

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Out of the Desert: Water Traditions in the South Asian Landscape

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Water and Water Imagery in Architecture and the Arts in Ottoman Times

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Architecture as a Message: the Sabil of Muhammad ‘Ali Pasha in Cairo

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Sabil-Kuttabs and the Conception of Water During the Mamluk Period

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Paradise Flooded: Water and Architecture in Mughal Bengal

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Sip, Dip, and Pour: Toward a Typology of Water Vessels in Islamic Art

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The Archaeology of Urban Water Systems: The Cases of Nafpleio and Nafpaktos in Southern Greece

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Mysterious Inscriptions on “Frozen Water”: Early Medieval Islamic Rock Crystal Seals

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The Great Mosque of Cordoba: Fruited Trees and Ablution Fountains

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Control and Abandon: Images of Water in Arabic Poetry and Gardens

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