The origins of visual culture in the Islamic world : aesthetics, art and architecture in early Islam
"In tenth-century Iraq, a group of Arab intellectuals and scholars known as the Ikhwan al-Safa began to make their intellectual mark on the society around them. A mysterious organisation, the identities of its members have never been clear. But its contribution to the intellectual thought, phil...
|Main Author:||Hamdouni Alami, Mohammed , [Author]|
xiii, 184 pages : illustrations, plans. ; 22 cm.
Library of Middle East history ;
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