Muqarnas, Volume 21

Essays in Honor of J.M. Rogers


Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Cultures of the Islamic World is sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

In Muqarnas articles are published on all aspects of Islamic visual culture, historical and contemporary, as well as articles dealing with unpublished textual primary sources.

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Adel T. Adamova (translated by J. M. Rogers), The Iconography of A Camel Fight Nurhan Atasoy, Ottoman Garden Pavilions and Tents Serpil Bağcı, Old Images for New Texts and Contexts: Wandering Images In Islamic Book Painting Kaveh Bakhtiar, Palatial Towers of Nasir Al-Din Shah Doris Behrens-Abouseif, European Arts and Crafts at the Mamluk Court Michele Bernardini, The Illustrations of a Manuscript of the Travel Account of François de la Boullaye le Gouz in the Library of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei in Rome John Carswell and Julian Henderson, Rhyton? Write On ... Pedro Moura Carvalho, What Happened to the Mughal Furniture? The Role of the Imperial Workshops, the Decorative Motifs Used, and the Influence of Western Models Anna Contadini, A Wonderful World: Folios from a Dispersed Manuscript of the Nuzhat-Nāma Yolande Crowe, A Late Safavid Dish: A Cluster of Exotic Trees and Foliage Giovanni Curatola, A Sixteenth-Century Quarrel about Carpets Ibolya Gerelyes, Seeking the East in the West: The Zsolnay Phenomenon Rosalind A. Wade Haddon, Two Ceramic Pieces from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco Robert Irwin, Futuwwa: Chivalry and Gangsterism in Medieval Cairo A. A. Ivanov (translated by J. M. Rogers), A Second “Herat Bucket” and its Congeners Jeremy Johns and Nadia Jamil, Signs of the Times: Arabic Signatures as a Measure of Acculturation in Norman Sicily Manuel Keene, Old World Jades outside China, from Ancient Times to the Fifteenth Century: Section One Nasser D. Khalili, A Recently Acquired Incense Burner in the Khalili Collection G. R. D. King, The Paintings of the Pre-Islamic Kaʿba Mark Kramarovsky, The “Sky Of Wine” of Abu Nuwas and Three Glazed Bowls from the Golden Horde, Crimea Jens Kröger, On Mahmud b. Ishaq al-Shihabi’s Manuscript of Yüsuf va Zulaykhā of 964 (1557) Boris I. Marshak, An Early Seljuq Silver Bottle from Siberia Alison Ohta, Filigree Bindings of the Mamluk Period Bernard O’Kane, Chaghatai Architecture and the Tomb of Tughluq Temūr at Almaliq Julian Raby, Nur Al-Din, the Qastal al-Shuaybiyya, and the “Classical Revival” Günsel Renda, Sindbādnāma An Early Ottoman Illustrated Manuscript Unique in Iconography and Style Tim Stanley, The Books of Umur Bey Zeren Tanindi, Bibliophile Aghas (Eunuchs) at Topkapı Sarayı Rachel Ward, The Inscription on the Astrolabe by ʿAbd al-Karim in the British Museum Owen Wright, The Sight of Sound Filiz Yenişehirioğlu, Ottoman Ceramics in European Contexts