Islam in the Balkans: Persian art and culture of the 18th and 19th centuries : papers arising from a symposium held to celebrate the World of Islam Festival at the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, 28th-30th July 1976
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two museum towns of Albania
Oriental carpets from Eastern Europe
Islamisation in Macedonia as a social process
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19th century al-Molk Albania Anatolia artistic background Bahram Balkans beraia Berat Bitola Bosnia British Museum bucket bronze buildings cadis de Bitola carpets centre Christian colour conquest converts cuerda seca tiles dated decoration Devshirme documents dome Edirne entrance etait European examples fiefs floral Ghaffari Gjirokaster glebe Gulestan INALCIK inscription Isfahan Iskandar Islam Islamisation Istanbul Khan Khusraw Khwansari kilims Kratovo libre Macedonia Mahalas Masjed-e Sepahsalar Masjed-e Shah medallions medieval Mirza Hasan monumental Monumentet Moslem Moslem households mosque motifs Muhammad Nasiruddin Shah's ornament Ottoman architecture Ottoman art painted palace panels Path Ali Shah pattern paysans period Persian population portraits Prilep Protocoles des cadis Qajar tilework Qazvin qu'il Quli Khoyi RADVANSZKY raia religious rugs Safavid Sarajevo Seljuk Semnan Shirin Skopje small illustrations SOKOLOSKI sources south iwan spahi spandrels style tapu defter technique Tehran thallers Timar towns Transylvania Turkish Turks turquoise urban verandah veut villages yellow Zenjan