Cities in Medieval Iran: a Review of Recent Publications

in Eurasian Studies
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Two monumental compilations emerging at the beginning of the current century marked the then state of the art on cities in the Muslim world.1 Wheatley2 was interested in the hierarchy of towns and cities in the Islamic Empire, and so based his study on medieval (ninth-tenth centuries CE) ‘Arab geographers’. Here we learn much about the ways scholars and administrators of the Abbasid empire perceived and structured the larger living space. In individual chapters dealing with the regions, Wheatley discusses aspects of urban life: market and service centres, the foci of transport, industrial and

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Cities in Medieval Iran: a Review of Recent Publications

in Eurasian Studies

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