Dictionary of Islamic Architecture: K-M
Type
book section
Year
1996
Entries for letters K-M.

Terms in this section include: Ka'ba, Kano, Kapilica, Karaman, Kashmir, Kenya, Keshk, Khan, Khanqah, Kharana, Khatta, Khirbet al-Mafjar, Khirbet al-Minya, Kilwa, Kiosk, Konak, Konya, Kraton, Kubadabad Palace, Kufa, Kuliyye, Kuwait, Lahore, Lamu, LashkariBazar, Lebanon, Libiya, Ma'adhana, Machicolation, Madafa, Madinat al-Zahra', Madrasa, Mahal, Mahdiya, Maidan, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mamluks, Manda, Mandal, Manding , Manzil, Maq'ad, Maqbara, Maqsura, Mardin, Maristan, Marqad, MarrakeshMashhad, Mashrabiyya, Masjid, Mastaba, Mathara, Mazar, Mecca, Medina, Medina, Meknes, Merida, Merv, Mescit, Mihrab, Mimar, Minaret, Minbar, Mogadishu, Monastir, Morocco, Mosaics, Mosque, Mshatta, mud brick, Mughals, Muhtasib, Mulqaf, Muqarnas, Musalla

 

Citation
Petersen, Andrew. Dictionary of Islamic Architecture. London; New York: Routledge, 1996.
Parent Publications
Authorities
Collections
Copyright
Andrew Peterson
Country
Kenya
Malaysia
Maldives
Kuwait
Lebanon
Libya
Mali
Language
English
Building Usages
khan
commercial
madrasa
educational
khanqah
religious
mosque
religious
musalla
religious
Keywords
mihrabs
muqarnas
mud brick
musharabiya
minbars
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