Finding Aid - Timurid Architecture Research Archive
Type
finding aid
Year
2020

The Timurid Architecture Collection consists of materials relating to field studies of Timurid architecture in a number of regions in Central and Western Asia. There is an extensive range of images, in various formats, of Timurid architecture from former Timurid regions. The bulk of the materials in the collection were created by Lisa Golombek during her research in the field. The archive also includes materials created by the architectural historian Donald Wilber of Princeton University. Images and notes found in the collection contributed to the two volume scholarly work by Golombek and Wilbur: The Timurid Architecture of Iran and Turan (Princeton, 1988). Images of Timurid architecture in a number of countries include photographs, slides, contact sheets, negatives, architectural drawings, and maps. Extensive field notes also make up a large portion of the collection. 
Citation
Timurid Architecture Research Archive - Finding Aid
Authorities
Collections
Copyright
Aga Khan Documentation Center, MIT Libraries (AKDC@MIT)
Language
English
Dimensions
91 pages
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