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The Resource In the Shadow of the Church : The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria

In the Shadow of the Church : The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria

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In the Shadow of the Church : The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria
Title
In the Shadow of the Church
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The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria
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eng
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MiAaPQ
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Arts and Archaeology of the Islamic World Ser.
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v.08
In the Shadow of the Church : The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria
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In the Shadow of the Church : The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria
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Contents
In the Shadow of the Church: The Building of Mosques in Early Medieval Syria -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Figures and Plates -- Note on Transliteration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 After the Conquest: The Entangled Lives of Churches and Mosques -- Cities and Churches after the Conquest -- Narratives about Early Mosques and Presumed Cases of Conversion of Churches into Mosques -- Mosques near the Basilica of the Nativity and the Holy Sepulcher -- 3 The Contiguity of Churches and Mosques -- Deconstructing the Paradigm of Partition -- "Contiguity": Churches and Mosques in the Conquered Cities -- Mosques, Markets, and Administrative Complexes -- Muslims' Attraction to Churches -- 4 In and Out of Place -- The Coexistence of Religious Communities and the Location of Places of Worship -- Communities' Encounters -- Art and Identity in Early Medieval Bilad al-Sham -- 5 Material Transfers in the Early Medieval Mediterranean: Marble Columns from Churches to Mosques -- Christian Columns and Marble Material in Early Medieval Mosques -- Literary Evidence of the Reuse of Christian Columns in the Early Medieval Period -- Modalities of the Acquisition and Transfer of Materials -- Spolia in the Historiography of Islamic Art -- 6 More Christianorum: Marble and Columns in Early Medieval Mosques -- Marble and the Aesthetics of Polychromy -- Columns as Links of an Architectural Network -- Sacred Columns -- 7 Epilogue -- The Vanishing of the Late Antique Sacred Landscape -- A New Place for Christian Spolia in Islamic Art -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Primary Sources -- Secondary Literature -- Index -- Plates
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1 online resource (235 pages)
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9789004328839
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