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religious architecture and art of early Anatolia.

Jak Yakar

religious architecture and art of early Anatolia.

by Jak Yakar

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor (Mich.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Xeroxfacsimile of the Ph.D. thesis for Brandeis University, 1968.

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Open LibraryOL21323483M

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Religious architecture and art of early Anatolia by Jak Yakar Download PDF EPUB FB2

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There is no Islamic art, therefore, in the way there is a Chinese art or a French art. It was prosperous until the early part of the 6th cent. when it was successively invaded by the Persians (–26), Arabs (), Seljuk Turks (), and Mongols ().

The Mongols obliterated almost all traces of Hellenic civilization. Asia Minor was then gradually (13th–15th cent.) conquered by the Ottoman Turks. Effort is being given to both uncover the earlier Christian mosaics while also minimizing damage to the later Islamic art. In the Hagia Sophia of today, both Muslim and Christian art and architecture exist side by side, giving witness to this architectural wonder’s varied history and its remaining religious, cultural and historical importance.

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