Dictionary of Islamic Architecture: N-S
Type
book section
Year
1996
Entries for letters N-S.

Terms in this section include: Nahr, Namazgah, Naqqar khana, Natanz (shrine of Abd al-Samad), Nilometer, Nine-domed mosque, Nishapur, Ocak, Oman, Ottomans, Oualata, Pakistan, Palestine, Persia, Philippines, Pise, Pishtaq, Qa'a, Qabr, Qabrstan, Qairawan, Qal'a, Qal'at Banu Hammad, Qanat, Qasaba, Qasr, Qasr al-Hayr East (Qasr al-Hayr al-Sharqi), Qasr al-Hayr West (Qasr al-Hayr al-Gharbi), Qasr al-Tuba, Qatar, Qibla, Qubba, Qusayr AmraQutb Minar and MosqueRabat, Ramla, Raqqa, Rauza, Red Fort, Riad, Ribat, Ribat-i Sharaf, Riwaq, Saffavid, Sahn, Samarkand, Samarra, San'a, Saqaqa, Sardivan, Sassanians, Saudi Arabia, Sawma'a, Sebil, Selimiye, Seljuks, Semahane, Serai, Serdab, Seref, Seville, Shahr-i Sabz, Shanga, Shish mahal, Sicily, Sinan (Koca Sinan, 1491-1588), Singapore, Siraf, Somalia, Songhay, South Africa, Spain, Squinch, Stucco, Sudan, Suleymaniye, Sultan Hasan Mosque, Sumatra, Susa, Syria

Citation
Petersen, Andrew. Dictionary of Islamic architecture. London; New York: Routledge, 1996.
Parent Publications
Authorities
Collections
Copyright
Andrew Peterson
Country
Oman
Pakistan
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
Spain
Sudan
Somalia
South Africa
Language
English
Building Usages
ribat
military
casbah
military
Keywords
pishtaqs
qasr
riwaqs
sahns
squinches
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