Bayt Al-Maqdis: ʻAbd al-Malik's Jerusalem, Part 1

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Julian Raby, Jeremy Johns
Oxford University Press, 1992 - Art - 162 pages
At the end of the seventh century A.D., the Muslims rebuilt the former Temple Mount and created one of the most potent religious sites in the world. Its most famous building, the Dome of the Rock, is the earliest surviving Muslim religious structure and one of the glories of Islamic architecture. The articles in this volume look at different aspects of the architecture, and the intentions of the builders in establishing this complex.

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Julian Raby, Lecturer in Islamic Art and Architecture, University of Oxford. Jeremy Johns, Lecturer in Islamic Archaeology, University of Oxford.

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