ISFAHAN x. Monuments (6) Bibliography

ISFAHAN

x. Monuments

(6) Bibliography

Bibliography:

Rula Jurdi Abisaab, Converting Persia: Religion and Power in the Safavid Empire, London, 2004.

Abu Noʿaym Eṣfahāni, Ḏekr aḵbār Eṣfahān, ed. Sven Dedering, Geschichte Iṣbahāns, 2 vols., Leiden, 1931-34.

Mahvash Alemi, “The Royal Gardens of the Safavid Period: Types and Models,” in Attilio Petruccioli, ed., Gardens in the Time of the Great Muslim Empires: Theory and Design, Leiden, New York, and Cologne, 1997, pp. 72-96.

James W. Allen, “Silver Door Facings of the Safavid Period,” Iran 33, 1995, pp. 123-37 and pls. XIV-XXII.

Sussan Babaie, “Safavid Palaces in Isfahan: Continuity and Change (1599-1666),” Ph.D. diss., New York University, 1994a.

Idem, “Shah Abbas II: The Conquest of Qandahar, the Chihil Sutun, and its Wall Paintings,” Muqarnas 11, 1994b, pp. 125-42.

Idem, “Paradise Contained: Nature and Culture in Persian Gardens,” The Studio Potter, no. 25, 2 June 1997, pp. 10-13.

Idem, “Epigraphy iv. Safavid and Later Inscriptions,” in EIr. VIII, 1998, pp. 498-504.

Idem, “Building on the Past: The Shaping of Safavid Architecture, 1501-76,” in Jon Thompson and Sheila Canby, eds., Hunt for Paradise: Court Arts of Safavid Iran, 1501-1576, New York and Milan, 2003, pp. 27-47.

Idem, “Launching from Isfahan: Slaves and the Construction of the Empire,” in Babaie, Babayan, Baghdiantz-McCabe, and Farhad, 2004, pp. 80-113.

Idem, Isfahan and Its Palaces: Feasting in the City of Paradise, Edinburgh (forthcoming).

Sussan Babaie, Kathryn Babayan, Ina Baghdiantz-McCabe, and Massumah Farhad, Slaves of the Shah: New Elites of Safavid Iran, London and New York, 2004.

Kathryn Babayan, Mystics, Monarchs and Messiahs: Cultural Landscapes of Early Modern Iran. Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs 35. Cambridge, Mass., 2003.

Idem, “The Safavid Household Reconfigured: Concubines, Eunuchs, and Military Slaves,” in Babaie, Babayan, Baghdiantz-McCabe and Farhad, 2004, pp. 20-48.

Ina Baghdiantz-NcCabe, “Armenian Merchants and Slaves: Financing the Safavid Treasury,” in Babaie, Babayan, Baghdiantz-McCabe and Farhad, 2004, pp. 49-79.

Ali Bakhtiar, “The Royal Bazaar of Isfahan,” Iranian Studies 7/3-4: Studies on Isfahan, 1974, pp. 320-47.

Marcel Bazin, “Bāḡ ii: Garden,” in EIr. III, pp. 393-95.

Sheila Blair, The Monumental Inscriptions from Early Islamic Iran and Transoxania. Leiden and New York, 1991.

Idem, Islamic Inscriptions, New York, 1998, pp. 69-70.

Sheila Blair and Jonathan Bloom, The Art and Architecture of Islam 1250-1800, New Haven, 1995.

Stephen P. Blake, Half the World: The Social Architecture of Safavid Isfahan 1590-1722, Costa Mesa, Calif, 1999.

Wilfred Blunt, Isfahan: Pearl of Persia, London, 1966.

Jean Chardin, Voyages du Chavalier Chardin, en Perse, et autres lieux de l’Orient, ed. L. Langlès, 10 vols., Paris, 1811; parts selected, ed., and tr. Ronald W. Ferrier as A Journey to Persia: Jean Chardin’s Portrait of Seventeenth-Century Empire, London and New York, 1996.

Pascal Coste, Monuments modernes de la Perse, mesurés, dessinés et décrits par Pascal Coste, publiés par ordre de son excellence le ministre de la maison de l’empereur et des beaux-arts, Paris, 1867.

Ebn al-Aṯir, al-Kāmel fi’l-tāriḵ. ʿAbbās Eqbāl, “Ketāb-e Waqāyeʿ al-senin wa’l-aʿwām: eṭṭelāʿāt-i dar bāb-e Madrasa-ye Čahār Bāḡ,” Yādgār 3/3, 1946, pp. 55-58.

Naṣr-Allāh Falsafi, Zendagāni-e Šāh ʿAbbās-e Awwal, 4 vols., Tehran, 1955-67.

Mario Ferrante, “Quelques précisions graphiques au sujet des ponts séfévides d’Isfahan,” in Giuseppe Zander, ed., Travaux de restauration de monuments historiques en Iran, IsMEO, Rome, 1968a, pp. 441-64.

Idem, “Čihil Sutūn: études, relevés, restaurations,” ibid., 1968b, pp. 293-322.

Idem, “Notes graphiques sur des monuments islamiques ds la règion d’Ispahan: Le pavillon des Hašt Bihišt, ou les Huit Paradis, a Ispahan, Relevés et problèmes s’y rattachant,” ibid., 1968c, pp. 399-420.

Willem Floor, “The Talar-i Tavila or Hall of Stables: A Forgotten Safavid Palace,” Muqarnas, no. 19, 2002, pp. 149-63.

A. Gabriel, “Le Madjid-i Djumʿa,” Ars islamica 4, 1935, pp. 7-44; André Godard, “Historique du Masdjid-é Djumʿa d’Iṣfahān,” Athār-é Īrān 1/2, 1936, pp. 213-82; idem, Athār-é Īrān 2/1, 1937 (the entire volume is on Isfahan); and the extensive studies published in the Survey of Persian Art, vol. 2. Eugenio Galdieri, “Two Building Phases of the Time of Šāh ʿAbbās I in the Maydān-i Šāh of Isfahan, Preliminary Note,” East and West 20, 1970, pp. 60-69.

Idem, “Les Palais d’Isfahan,” Iranian Studies 7/3-4: Studies on Isfahan, 1974, pp. 380-405.

Idem, Esfahān, ʿĀli Qāpū: An Architectural Survey, IsMEO, Restorations 5, Rome, 1979.

Idem, Esfahan: Masged-i Gum’a, 3 vols. Rome, 1972, 1973, and 1984.

Ganj-nāma II, Masājed-e Eṣfahān, Šahid Behešti University, Tehran, 1996.

Heinz Gaube and Eugene Wirth, Der Bazar von Isfahan, Weisbaden, 1978. Liza Golombek, “Urban Patterns in Pre-Safavid Isfahan,” Iranian Studies 7/3-4: Studies on Isfahan, 1974, pp. 18-44.

Lisa Golmbek and Maria Subtelny, eds., Timurid Art and Culture: Iran and Central Asia in the Fifteenth Century, Leiden and New York, 1992.

Lisa Golombek and Donald Wilber, The Timurid Architecture of Iran and Turan. Princeton, New Jersey, 1988. Oleg Grabar, The Great Mosque of Isfahan, New York, 1990.

Masashi Haneda, “Maydan et Bagh: Reflexion à propos de l’urbanisme du Shah ʿAbbas,” in Documents et Archives Provenant de L’Asie Centrale, Kyoto, 1990, pp. 87-99.

Idem, “The Character of the Urbanization of Isfahan in the Later Safavid Period.” in Charles Melville, ed., Safavid Persia: The History and Politics of an Islamic Society, Pembroke Persian Papers 4. London, 1996, pp. 369-88.

Robert Hillenbrand, “Safavid Architecture,” in Camb. Hist. Iran VI, 1986, pp. 759-842.

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Mirzā Ḥasan Jāberi Anṣāri, Tāriḵ-e Eṣfahān, ed. Jamšid Maẓāheri Sorušiān, Tehran, 1999.

Rasul Jaʿfariān, “Pišina-ye tašayyoʿ dar Esfahān,” in Maqālāt-e tāriḵi, 3 vols. Qom, 1997, pp. 305-39.

Moḥammad-Maʿṣum b. Ḵᵛājagi Eṣfahāni, Ḵolāṣat al-siar, ed. Iraj Afshar, Tehran, n.d.; tr. Gerhard Rettelbach as Ḫulasat al-siyar: Der Iran unter Schah Safi (1629-1642), Munich, 1978.

Hossein Kamaly, “Politics, Economy and Culture in Isfahan, 540-1040,” Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, 2004.

Ebba Koch, “Diwan-i ʿAmm and Chihil Sutun: The Audience Halls of Shah Jahan,” Muqarnas, no. 11, 1994, pp. 143-65.

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Thomas W. Lentz and Glenn D. Lowry, Timur and the Princely Vision: Persian Art and Culture in the Fifteenth Century, Los Angeles, 1989.

H. Luschey, “The Pul-i Khwaju in Isfahan: a Combination of Bridge, Dam and Water Art,” Iran no. 23, 1985, pp. 143-51.

Ingeborg Luschey-Schmeisser, The Pictorial Tile Cycle of Hašt Bihišt in Iṣfahān and Its Iconographic Tradition, Rome, 1978.

Mofażżal b. Saʿd Māfarruḵi, Ketāb maḥāsen Eṣfahān, ed. Sayyed Jalāl-al-Din Ḥosayni Ṭehrāni, Tehran, n.d.

Michel M. Mazzaoui, “From Tabriz to Qazvin to Isfahan: Three Phases of Safavid History,” ZDMG, 1977, pp. 514-22.

Robert McChesney, “Four Sources on Shah Abbas’s Building of Isfahan,” Muqarnas, no. 5, 1988, pp. 103-34.

Charles Melville, “New Light on the Reign of Shah ʿAbbas: Volume III of the Afdal al-Tawarikh,” in ed. Andrew J. Newman, Society and Culture in the Early Modern Middle East. Studies on Iran in the Safavid Period, Leiden, 2003, pp. 63-96.

Moḥammad-Mahdi Eṣfahāni, Neṣf-e jahān fi taʿrif al-Eṣfahān, ed., Manučehr Sotuda, Tehran, 1989, pp. 69-73.

Mollā Jalāl-al-Din Monajjem, Tāriḵ-e ʿabbāsi yā Ruz-nāma-ye Mollā Jalāl, ed. Sayf-Allāh Waḥid-niā, Tehran, 1987.

Moqaddasi, Aḥsan al-taqāsim. Gülru Necipoglu, Architecture, Ceremonial and Power: The Topkapi Palace in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, Cambridge, Mass, 1991.

Idem, “An Outline of Shifting Paradigms in the Palatial Architecture of the Pre-Modern Islamic World,” Ars Orientalis, no. 23, 1993a, pp. 3-24.

Idem, “Framing the Gaze in Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Palaces,” ibid., no. 23, 1993b, pp. 303-42.

R. Nur Baḵtiār, Eṣfahān, muza-ye hamiša zenda, 2nd ed., Tehran, 1974.

Adam Olearius, Vermehrte newe Beschreibung der muscowitischen und persischen Reyse, Schleswig, 1656, facs repr., Tübingen, 1971; ed. Detlef Haberland, Stuttgart, 1966; tr. A. Behpūr as Safar-nāma-ye Ādām Oleʾārīūs (baḵš-e Īrān), Tehran, 1984.

Arthur Upham Pope, “Bridges, Forticications, and Caravanserais,” in Survey of Persian Art II, pp. 1227-51.

Rosemarie Quiring-Zoche, Isfahan im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert: Ein Beitrag zur persischen Stadtgeschichte, Freiberg, 1980.

Mirzā Rafiʿā Moḥammad-Rafiʿ Anṣāri, Dastur al-moluk, ed. Moḥammad-Taqi Dānešpažuh, in MDAT 16, 1968-69, pp. 62-93, 298-322, 416-40, 540-64; facs. ed. and annotated tr. M. I., Marcinkowski as Mīrzā Rafīʿā’s Dastūr al-mulūk: A Manual of Later Safavid Administration, Kuala Lumpur, 2002.

Hans R. Roemer, “The Safavid Period,” in Camb. Hist. Iran VI, pp. 189-350.

Sirus Šafaqi, Joḡrāfiā-ye Eṣfahān, Isfahan, 2003.

Roger Savory, “Čahārbāḡ-e Eṣfahān,” in EIr. IV, pp. 625-26.

Waliqoli Šāmlu, Qeṣas al-ḵāqāni I, ed. Sayyed Ḥasan Sādāt Nāṣeri, 2nd ed., Tehran, 1996.

Devin J. Stewart, “Notes on the Migration of ʿAmeli Scholars of Safavid Iran,” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 55/1, 1991, 81-103.

Idem, “The First Shaykh al-Islam of the Safavid Capital Qazvin,” Journal of the American Oriental Society 116/3, 1996, 387-405.

David Stronach, “Čahārbāḡ,” in EIr. IV, pp. 624-25.

Roy Strong, Feast: A History of Grand Eating, London, 2002.

Taḏkerat al-moluk, facs. ed. and tr. Minorsky. Percy Sykes, A History of Persia, 2 vols., London, 1958.

Mirzā Ḥosayn Khan b. Moḥammad-Ebrāhim Taḥwildār, Joḡrāfiā-ye Eṣfahān, ed. Manučehr Sotuda, Tehran, 1963.

Moḥammad Tāher Wahid, ʿAbbās-nāma, ed. Ebrahim Dehqān, Arak, 1951, pp. 198 and 222.

Heidi Walcher, “Face of the Seven Spheres: Urban Morphology and Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Isfahan,” Iranian Studies 33/3, 2000, pp. 327-47.

(Sussan Babaie with Robert Haug)

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