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Yahya Ibn al-Wasiti THE MAQAMAT OF AL-HARIRI From Baghdad, Iraq. 1237. Ink, pigments, and gold on paper, 13-3/4" × 10-1/4" (35 × 25 cm). Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Arabic MS. 5847, fol. 18v [Fig. 09-01]. THE KAABA, MECCA [Fig. 09-02]. THE ISLAMIC WORLD [Map 09-01].

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    1. Yahya Ibn al-Wasiti THE MAQAMAT OF AL-HARIRIFrom Baghdad, Iraq. 1237.Ink, pigments, and gold on paper, 13-3/4" × 10-1/4" (35 × 25 cm).Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Arabic MS. 5847, fol. 18v [Fig. 09-01]

    2. THE KAABA, MECCA[Fig. 09-02]

    3. THE ISLAMIC WORLD [Map 09-01]

    4. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentablaq masonry

    5. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentcut tile

    6. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentmuqarna

    7. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentwooden strapwork

    8. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentmosaic

    9. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentwater

    10. TECHNIQUE: Ornamentchini khana

    11. EXTERIOR VIEW (A) AND CUTAWAY DRAWING (B) OF THE DOME OF THE ROCK, JERUSALEMIsrael. Begun 691. [Fig. 09-03a]

    12. EXTERIOR VIEW (A) AND CUTAWAY DRAWING (B) OF THE DOME OF THE ROCK, JERUSALEMIsrael. Begun 691. [Fig. 09-03b]

    13. INTERIOR, DOME OF THE ROCKIsrael. Begun 691. [Fig. 09-04]

    14. THE GREAT MOSQUE, KAIROUANTunisia. 836-875. [Fig. 09-05]

    15. PRAYER HALL, GREAT MOSQUE, CORDOBASpain. Begun 785/786. [Fig. 09-06]

    16. PLAN OF THE GREAT MOSQUEBegun 785/786. [Fig. 09-07]

    17. DOME IN FRONT OF THE MIHRAB, GREAT MOSQUE965. [Fig. 09-08]

    18. ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE: Arches

    19. MINBARFrom the Kutubiya Mosque, Marrakesh, Morocco. 1125-1130.Wood and ivory, 12'8" × 11'4" × 2'10" (3.86 × 3.46 × 0.87 m).Badi Palace Museum, Marrakesh. [Fig. 09-09]

    20. PAGE FROM THE QUR'ANSurah 2:286 and title of surah 3 in Kufic script. Syria. 9th century.Black ink, pigments, and gold on vellum, 8-3/8" × 11-1/8" (21.8 × 29.2 cm). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1937. (37.99.2) [Fig. 09-10]

    21. PLATE WITH KUFIC BORDERFrom Khurasan. 10th-12th century. Earthenware with white and black slip, and lead glaze, diameter 14-1/2" (33.8 cm). Musée du Louvre, Paris. [Fig. 09-11]

    22. LUSTERWARE JARIraq. 10th century. Glazed earthenware with luster, 11-1/8" × 9-1/8" (28.2 × 23.2 cm). Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. [Fig. 09-12]

    23. PLAN (A) AND DRAWING OF EXTERIOR (B) OF THE SULTAN HASAN MADRASA-MAUSOLEUM-MOSQUE COMPLEX, CAIRO1356-1363. [Fig. 09-13a]

    24. PLAN (A) AND DRAWING OF EXTERIOR (B) OF THE SULTAN HASAN MADRASA-MAUSOLEUM-MOSQUE COMPLEX, CAIRO1356-1363. [Fig. 09-13b]

    25. QIBLA WALL WITH MIHRAB AND MINBARSultan Hasan Madrasa-Mausoleum-Mosque Complex, Cairo. 1356-1363. [Fig. 09-14]

    26. A CLOSER LOOK: A Mamluk Glass Oil Lampby 'Ali ibn Muhammad al-Barmaki. Cairo, Egypt. c. 1329-1335. Blown glass, polychrome enamel, and gold.Diameter 9 3/8" (23.89 cm), height 14" (35.56 cm).Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

    27. COURT OF THE LIONS, ALHAMBRAGranada, Spain. 1354-1391. [Fig. 09-15]

    28. MUQARNAS DOME, HALL OF THE ABENCERRAJES, PALACE OF THE LIONS, ALHAMBRAGranada, Spain. 1354-1391. [Fig. 09-16]

    29. TILE MOSAIC MIHRABFrom the Madrasa Imami, Isfahan, Iran. Founded 1354.Glazed and cut tiles, 11'3" × 9'5-11/16" (3.43 × 2.89 m).Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Harris Brisbane Dick Fund. (39.20). [Fig. 09-17]

    30. SHAH-I ZINDA FUNERARY COMPLEXSamarkand, Uzbekistan. Late 14th-15th century. [Fig. 09-18]

    31. MINA'I BOWL WITH BAHRAM GUR AND AZADAIran. 12th-13th century. Mina'i ware (stoneware with polychrome in-glaze and overglaze), diameter 8-1/2" (21.6 cm).Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. [Fig. 09-19]

    32. Muhammad Ibn al-Zain BAPTISTERY OF ST. LOUISSyria or Egypt. c. 1300.Brass inlaid with silver and gold, 8-3/4" × 19-3/4" (22.2 × 50.2 cm).Musée du Louvre, Paris. [Fig. 09-20]

    33. QUR'AN FRONTISPIECECairo. c. 1368. Ink, pigments, and gold on paper, 24" × 18" (61 × 45.7 cm).National Library, Cairo. MS. 7. [Fig. 09-21]

    34. Kamal al-Din Bihzad YUSUF FLEEING ZULAYHKAFrom a copy of the Bustan of Sa'di. Herat, Afghanistan. 1488. Ink and pigments on paper, approx. 12" × 8-1/2" (30.5 × 21.5 cm).Cairo, National Library. (MS Adab Farsi 908, f. 52v) [Fig. 09-22]

    35. PLAN (A) AND EXTERIOR VIEW (B) OF THE MOSQUE OF SULTAN SELIM, EDIRNEWestern Turkey. 1568-1575. [Fig. 09-23a]

    36. PLAN (A) AND EXTERIOR VIEW (B) OF THE MOSQUE OF SULTAN SELIM, EDIRNEWestern Turkey. 1568-1575. [Fig. 09-23b]

    37. INTERIOR, MOSQUE OF SULTAN SELIM[Fig. 09-24]

    38. BAGHDAD KIOSK ALCOVETopkapi Palace, Istanbul. 1638. [Fig. 09-25]

    39. ILLUMINATED TUGRA OF SULTAN SULEYMANFrom Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, paint, and gold on paper, removed from a firman and trimmed to 20-1/2" × 25-3/8" (52 × 64.5 cm).Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1938. (38.149.1). [Fig. 09-26]

    40. Sultan Muhammad THE "COURT OF GAYUMARS"From the Shahnama of Shah Tahmasp (fol. 20v). Tabriz, Iran. c. 1525-1535.Ink, pigments, and gold on paper, page size 18-1/2" × 12-1/2" (47 × 31.8 cm).Aga Khan Museum, Toronto. (AKM165) [Fig. 09-27]

    41. PLAN (A) AND EXTERIOR VIEW (B) OF THE MASJID-I SHAH, ISFAHANIran. 1611-1638. [Fig. 09-28a]

    42. PLAN (A) AND EXTERIOR VIEW (B) OF THE MASJID-I SHAH, ISFAHANIran. 1611-1638. [Fig. 09-28b]

    43. GARDEN CARPETThe so-called Wagner Carpet. Iran. 17th century. Wool pile, cotton warp, cotton and wool weft, 17'5' × 13'11" (5.31 × 4.25 m). Burrell Collection, Glasgow. [Fig. 09-29]

    44. TECHNIQUE: Carpet Making

    45. Hasan Fathy MOSQUE AT NEW GOURNALuxor, Egypt. 1945-1947. Gouache on paper, 22-1/2" × 17-7/8" (52.8 × 45.2 cm). Collection of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Geneva, Switzerland. [Fig. 09-30]

    46. Paolo Portoghesi, Vittorio Gigliotti, and Sami Mousawi ISLAMIC MOSQUE AND CULTURAL CENTER, ROME.1984-1992. The prayer hall, 197' × 131' (60 × 40 m),large central dome (65 1/2'; 20 m in diameter) [Fig. 09-31]