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Anderson, Glaire D. The Islamic Villa in Early Medieval Iberia: Architecture and Court Culture in Umayyad Córdoba (2013).

Anderson, Glaire D., and Mariam Rosser-Owen. “Revisiting al-Andalus : Perspectives on the Material Culture of Islamic Iberia and Beyond.” Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World (2007) Vol. 34. Leiden; Boston: Brill.

Behrens-Abouseif, Doris. “The Islamic History of the Lighthouse of Alexandria.” Muqarnas 23 (2006): 1-14.

Bloemsma, Hans. “Venetian Crossroads, East and West and the Origins of Modernity in Twelfth-Century Mosaics in San Marco. Mediterranean World or Worlds of the Mediterranean?” Journal of Intercultural Studies 31, no. 3 (2010): 299.

Borrás Gualis, Gonzalo M. “Mudejar: An Alternative Architectural System in the Castilian Urban Repopulation Model.” Medieval Encounters. 12, no. 3 (2006): 329-40.

Chevedden, Paul E. "A Crusade From the First: The Norman Conquest of Islamic Sicily, 1060-1091.” Al-Masāq: Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean 22, no. 2 (2010): 191-225.

Christ, Georg. 2012. Trading Conflicts Venetian Merchants and Mamluk Officials in Late Medieval Alexandria. Leiden: Brill

Davis-Secord, Sarah. “Muslims in Norman Sicily: The Evidence of Imām Al-Māzarī's Fatwās.”   Mediterranean Studies: the Journal of the Mediterranean Studies Association 16 (2007): 46-66.

Davis-Secord, Sarah. "Sicily and the Medieval Mediterranean: Communication Networks and Inter-Regional Exchange." Order No. 3305293, University of Notre Dame, 2007.

Dodds, Jerrilynn Denise, Maria Rosa Menocal, and Abigail Krasner Balbale. The Arts of Intimacy: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Making of Castilian Culture. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2008.

Grabar, Oleg, and Cynthia Robinson. Islamic Art and Literature. Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener Publishers. 2001.

Hoffman, Eva Rose F. Late Antique and Medieval Art of the Mediterranean World. Blackwell Anthologies in Art History. Vol. 5. Malden, MA: Blackwell. 2007.

Ibn Jubayr, Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad, and R. J. C. Broadhurst. 1952. The Travels of Ibn Jubayr,Being the Chronicle of a Mediaeval Spanish Moor Concerning his Journey to the Egypt of Saladin, the Holy Cities of Arabia, Baghdad the City of the Caliphs, the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, and the Norman Kingdom of Sicily. London: J. Cape.

Johns, Jeremy. Arabic Contracts of Sea-Exchange from Norman Sicily. Malta University Press, 1999.

Mohareb, Nabil and Robert Kronenburg. “Spatial Analysis of Urban Edges in Arab Historic Walled Cities: Alexandria as a Case Study.” 27 (2012).

Nef, Annliese, and Martin Thom. “A Companion to Medieval Palermo: The History of a Mediterranean City from 600 to 1500.” Brill's Companions to European History 5, (2013).

Pellitteri, A, “The Historical-Ideological Framework of Islamic Fāṭimid Sicily (Fourth/Tenth Century) with Reference to the Works of the Qāḍī l-Nuʿmān.” Al-Machriq 7 (1994): 111-163.

Robinson, Cynthia. “Medieval Andalusian Courtly Culture in the Mediterranean: Ḥadīth Bayāḍ Wa-Riyāḍ.” Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Literatures 10, (2007).

———. “In Praise of Song: The Making of Courtly Culture in al-Andalus and Provence, 1005-1134 A.D.” Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World 15, (2002).

———. “Seeing Paradise: Metaphor and Vision in Taifa Palace Architecture.” Gesta 36, no. 2 (1997): 145-55.

Safran, Janina M. “The Second Umayyad Caliphate: The Articulation of Caliphal Legitimacy in al-Andalus”, Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs (200): Vol. 33. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Smit, Timothy James. "Commerce and Coexistence: Muslims in the Economy and Society of Norman Sicily." Order No. 3373428, University of Minnesota, 2009.

Waterson, Jame. “The Mamluks.” History Today 56, no.3 (2006): 21-7.

 

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