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Islamic artists channeled their energies not into easel painting and large-scale sculpture, but rather into what Western scholars, obeying a very different hierarchy of art forms, rather disparagingly termed the "decorative arts" or even "the A selection of twelve previously published papers by Ernst Grube which examine specific materials used in Islamic decorative arts.

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Six papers examine pottery and tiles, one considers Ilkhanis stucco work as represented in the mausoleum The enslaved population of medieval Iberia composed only a small percentage of the general populace at any given point, and slave labor was not essential to the regional economy during the period. Yet slaves were As the first comprehensive volume devoted entirely to women of both the Spanish and Austrian Habsburg royal dynasties spanning the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries, this interdisciplinary collection illuminates their complex and often contradictory political This book examines labouring-status women in late medieval Valencia as they negotiated the fundamentally defining experience of their lives: marriage.

Through the use of notarial records and civil court cases, it argues that the socio-economic As seen from the perspective of , the medieval expansion of Latin Europe was nowhere as dramatic or enduring as in the Iberian Peninsula and the Atlantic. Its Christian kingdoms continued their advance against Al-Andalus Plague and Public Health in Early Modern Seville offers a reassessment of the impact of plague in the early modern era, presenting sixteenth-century Seville as a case study of how municipal officials and residents worked Issue Section:.

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View Metrics. Islamic artists channeled their energies not into easel painting and large-scale sculpture, but rather into what Western scholars, obeying a very different hierarchy of art forms, rather disparagingly termed the "decorative arts" or even "the A selection of twelve previously published papers by Ernst Grube which examine specific materials used in Islamic decorative arts.


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Six papers examine pottery and tiles, one considers Ilkhanis stucco work as represented in the mausoleum The enslaved population of medieval Iberia composed only a small percentage of the general populace at any given point, and slave labor was not essential to the regional economy during the period. Yet slaves were As the first comprehensive volume devoted entirely to women of both the Spanish and Austrian Habsburg royal dynasties spanning the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries, this interdisciplinary collection illuminates their complex and often contradictory political This book examines labouring-status women in late medieval Valencia as they negotiated the fundamentally defining experience of their lives: marriage.

Through the use of notarial records and civil court cases, it argues that the socio-economic As seen from the perspective of , the medieval expansion of Latin Europe was nowhere as dramatic or enduring as in the Iberian Peninsula and the Atlantic. Its Christian kingdoms continued their advance against Al-Andalus Plague and Public Health in Early Modern Seville offers a reassessment of the impact of plague in the early modern era, presenting sixteenth-century Seville as a case study of how municipal officials and residents worked