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These essays focus on the tekkes built and occupied in Istanbul during the last century of the Ottoman Empire (1836-1925). In contrast, most of the scholarship lavished on Ottoman architecture has been devoted to the great imperial mosques built between the late fifteenth and early seventeenth centuries, even though these buildings constitute only a small part of the Ottoman architectural heritage. The tekke, poised between high imperial architecture and vernacular buildings, represents the indispensable middle ground of Ottoman architecture. Part I: The Dervish Among The Ottomans I. M. Lapidus, J. R. Barnes, K. Kreiser, G. Goodwin Part II: The Dervish Lodge R. Lifchez, M.B. Tanman Part III: Daily Life and Ritual C. V. Findley, W. Feldman, W. Hichkman, H. Algar, F. DeJong, A. Schimmel, N. Atasoy, N. Micklewright, H.P. Laqueur, A. Algar Part IV: Reflections Cemal Kafadar
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Book Description University of California Press. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0520070607 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW33.2193538
Book Description University of California Press, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0520070607