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Title: Architettura funeraria islamica in centro India: dinastia dei Bahmanī (1347-1527)
Authors: Mondini, Sara
Keywords: Indo-Islamic Architecture
Funerary Architecture
Bahmanī
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Padova, Editoriale Programma
Abstract: By the accession to the throne of the Bahmanī 's dynasty and the consequent independence from the Delhi Sultanate, the geographical region of the Deccan was interested by a diffusion of the funerary Islamic architecture on a large scale. The accurate analysis of the monuments of this area has enabled us to recognize the architectural typologies applied to the structures and to go back to the models that inspired the mausoleums' decorative schemes. The comparison with the precedent and contemporary Islamic architectural production has allowed to identify the main influences that could contribute to the evolution of these elements: the heritage of Central Asia and the legacy of the Tughluqs' dinasty.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11707/1904
ISSN: 1125-3762
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