Dictionary of Islamic Architecture: A-D
Type
book section
Year
1996
Entries for letters A-D.

This section of the dictionary include the following terms, with hyperlinks to Archnet records for cities, sites and periods: AbbasidsAblaqAfghanistanAgadesAghlabidsAgraAhmadabadAjdabiya, Ajimez, Al-Aqmar MosqueAl-Aqsa MosqueAl-AzharAlbania, Albarrani, AleppoAlgeriaAlgiersAl-Hakim (Mosque of)AlhambraAlmohadsAmman , 'Amr (Mosque of),  Anjar, Ankara, Appadana, Arasta, Arch, Artesonado, 'Atshan, Khan, Avulu, Ayina Kari, Ayyubids, Azerbayjan, Azulejo, Bab, Badgir, Badr al-Jamali (Tomb), Bagh, BaghdadBahrainBakuBalkh, Hajji Piyadi Mosque , Banbhore, Bangala, Bangladesh, Basra, Bayt, Bayt al-Mal, Bazar, Bedestan, Bengal, Beteng, Bijapur, Birka, Blazon, Bosnia, BukharaBulgaria, Burj, BursaByzantine ArchitectureCairo, Cami, Caravanserai, Carsi, Central Asia, Cesme, Chahar Bagh, Chajja, Char Minar, Char Su , Char-chala, Chatri, Chauk, China, Coral, CordobaCordoba Great MosqueCrusader Architecture, "Cyprus,"Dam, DamascusDamascus Great Mosque, Dar, Dar al-Imara, Dargah, DeccanDelhi, Dershane, Desert, Diwan, Diwan-i AmmDiwan-i KhassDiyarbakirDjenne, Do-Chala, Dome, Dome of the Rock, Domical Vault

Citation
Petersen, Andrew. Dictionary of Islamic architecture. London; New York: Routledge, 1996.
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Copyright
Andrew Peterson
Country
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Language
English
Building Usages
bazaar
commercial
bedestan
commercial
caravanserai
commercial
Keywords
ablaq
khans
bazaars
chahar bagh
domes
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