The Islamic World

The Islamic World - 13e Chapter13 TheIslamicWorld 1 TheIslamicWorld 2 Goals Unde

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1 Chapter 13 The Islamic World Gardner’s Art Through the Ages,  13e
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2 The Islamic World
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3 Goals Examine the origins and roots of the Islamic faith that are  manifest in the art and architecture. Understand the near Eastern artistic traditions that shape  original forms in the art of Islam.  Understand and cite architectural developments and the  terminology of Islamic religious, funerary and other structures. Examine the media, techniques and designs that are specific to  the art of Islam, particularly in the ‘luxury’ arts. Understand the contributions of Islamic art and ideas to later  western art and culture.
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4 13.1  Rise of Islam: Early Islamic  Architecture and Art Examine the origins and roots of the Islamic faith that are  manifest in the art and architecture. Understand the near Eastern artistic traditions that shape  original forms in the art of Islam.  Understand and cite architectural developments and the  terminology of Islamic religious, funerary and other  structures. Examine the media, techniques and designs that are  specific to the art of Islam, particularly in the ‘luxury’ arts. Understand the contributions of Islamic art and ideas to  later western art and culture.
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5 Early Architecture Understand the earliest Islamic architecture as derived  from the beliefs and traditions of Muslims.
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6 Figure 13-2   Aerial view of the Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 687–692.
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7 Figure 13-3   Interior of the Dome of the  Rock, Jerusalem, 687–692.
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8 Figure 13-4   Detail of a mosaic in the  courtyard arcade of the Great Mosque,  Damascus, Syria, 706–715.
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9 Figure 13-5   Aerial view of the Great Mosque, Damascus, Syria, 706–715.
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10 Figure 13-6   Plan of the Umayyad  palace, Mshatta, Jordan, ca. 740–750  (after Alberto Berengo Gardin).  
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13-7  Frieze of the Umayyad palace, Mshatta, Jordan, ca. 740-750. Limestone, 16’ 7” high. Museum fur Islamische Kunst,  Staatliche Museen, Berlin.
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