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Raqqa Revisited

Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria

by Marilyn Jenkins-Madina

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Published by Metropolitan Museum of Art New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ceramics,
  • Middle Eastern,
  • Art & Art Instruction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12325979M
    ISBN 101588391841
    ISBN 109781588391841

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It is this fascinating story that forms the subject of Marilyn Jenkins-Madina’s book Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria. The first section (introduction, chapters 1 and 2) deals with the initial discovery and study of the glazed ceramics of twelfth.

Get this from a library. Raqqa revisited: ceramics of Ayyubid Syria. [Marilyn Jenkins; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)] -- "What follows in these pages is the chronicle of ceramic objects unearthed in Raqqa in the first quarter of the twentieth century.

Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, Curator Emerita of Islamic Art at the. Table of contents for Raqqa revisited: ceramics of Ayyubid Syria / Marilyn Jenkins-Madina. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated. Raqqa revisited: ceramics of Ayyubid Syria, Marilyn Jenkins-Madina. (Yale University Press hardcover), Toronto Public Library.

US Rape of Raqqa Revisited. by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)Raqqa was raped and destroyed, not liberated as falsely claimed. Months of US-led terror-bombing turned most of the city to rubble – on the phony pretext of combating ISIS Washington supports.

The battle against ISIS in Syria is nearly over—attacked by the regime and its allies on one hand and the US-backed coalition on the other, its leadership is on the run, and the territory it controls diminishes by the day.

Elsewhere in Syria, a frequently violated, Russian-orchestrated “cessation of hostilities” is in place. The revolution failed, and the wars it spawned. Full text of "Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria" See other formats. MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive book and online publishing program with close to titles published from to the present.

Over full-text art books by The Metropolitan Museum of Art available to download and read online for free. Tickets Member | Make Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria Jenkins-Madina. With Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria, Jenkins-Madina provides a scholarly study of ceramics from Raqqa, a significant Islamic city located in what is now Syria.

This Middle Eastern city grew into prominence in the eighth century and was destroyed in ; during its heyday it was a major center for the creation of ceramics and other. Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria | MetPublications | The Metropolitan Museum of Art - The city of Raqqa, situated on the Euphrates River in present-day Syria, had its first Islamic flowering in.

Raqqa, in Syria, had its first Islamic flowering in the late 8th century, when it was the residence of the legendary Abbasid caliph Harun al-Rashid. Interest in the city was kindled in the West in the late 19th century, by, among other things, the publication of the Arabic literary classic The Thousand and One Nights, in which Harun al-Rashid Author: Rachael Clark.

Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, contributions by Aysin Yoltar-Yildirim and Dylan T. Smith ISBN (cloth) ISBN (cloth) Yale University Press, S.

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The vile images show the men being tied to poles by Islamic State. Raqqa (Arabic: الرَّقة ‎ ar-Raqqah), also called Raqa, Rakka and ar-Raqqah, is a city in Syria on the northeast bank of the Euphrates River, about kilometres (99 miles) east of is located 40 kilometres (25 miles) east of the Tabqa Dam, Syria's largest Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine city and bishopric Callinicum (formerly a Latin and now a .Raqqa Revisited: Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria.

New York, (FAL-LC NK J46 ) In Harmony: The Norma Jean Calderwood Collection of Islamic Art. Ed. Mary McWilliams. Cambridge, Mass. (FAL-LC NC36 A ) Crowe, Yolande. Persia and China: Safavid Blue and White Ceramics in the Victoria & Albert Museum London, Author: Andras Riedlmayer.