Very Good in Good jacket. 10.50 X 7.50 X 0.75 inches used hardcover in dj. front cover mildly scuffed and rubbed, no major tears, not price-clipped. light wear, binding remains solid, text is clean, boards and page edges lightly scuffed but clean.
Textual illustrations. Minor wear. VG., dustwrapper. 26x18cm, 181 pp. Contains 14 papers. Includes: Reflections on Mamluk Art; Manners & Customs at the Mamluk Court; Cairo's Area & Population in the Early 15th Century; Urbanization & Monument Construction in Mamluk Cairo; Residential Architecture in Mamluk Cairo; The Haram Documents as Sources for the Arts &Architecture of the Mamluk Period; The Astronomy of the Mamluks: A Brief Overview; Sha'ban, Barquq & the Decline of the Mamluk Metalworking Industry; Mamluk Underglaze-Painted Pottery: Foundations for Future Study; Mamluk Pottery: More Evidence from Fustat; Towar an Understanding of Mamluk Silks: National & International Considerations; Some Observations on the Calligrapher and Illuminators of the Koran of Ruka al-Din Baybars al-Jashnagir; Mamluk Painting in the Late 15th Century; Mamluk Patronage & Arts in Egypt: Concluding Remarks.
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