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1. van Berchem, Max, "Arabische Inschriften." In Inschriften aus Syrien, Mesopotamien und Kleinasien. Edited by von Oppenheim, Max. 1-156, 7 pls. Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs, and Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1913.
Series: Beiträge zur Assyriologie und Semitischen Sprachwissenschaft, vol. 7, no. 1
Subjects: Epigraphy
2. Glidden, Harold W., "The Mamluk Origin of the Fortified Khan at al-ʿAqabah, Jordan." In Archaeologica Orientalia in Memoriam Ernst Herzfeld. Edited by Miles, George C.. 116-118, pls. XXII-XXIII. Locust Valley, New York: J. J. Augustin, 1952.
Subjects: Places--Aqabah/Epigraphy/Individuals--Qansuh al-Ghawri
3. Grabar, Oleg, "The Inscriptions of the Madrasah-Mausoleum of Qaytbay." In Near Eastern Numismatics, Iconography, Epigraphy and History: Studies in Honor of George C. Miles. Edited by Kouymjian, Dickran K.. 465-468. Beirut: American University of Beirut, 1974.
Notes: Review see Ehrenkreutz.
Subjects: Architecture/Epigraphy/Individuals--Qaytbay
4. Grabar, Oleg, "A New Inscription from the Ḥaram al-Sharīf in Jerusalem: A Note on the Mediaeval Topography of Jerusalem." In Studies in Islamic Art and Architecture in Honour of Professor K. A. C. Creswell. 72-83. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 1965.
Notes: Reprinted in his Studies in Medieval Islamic Art. Review see Burton-Page; Gabrieli; Meinecke; Sourdel-Thomine.
Subjects: Architecture/Epigraphy/Places--Jerusalem/Individuals--Tankiz al-Husami al-Nasiri
5. El-Hawary, Hassan Mohammed//Wiet, Gaston, "Les décrets fiscaux du sultan mamlouk Malik Ashraf Shaʿbân." In Matériaux pour un Corpus Inscriptionum Arabicarum, quatrième partie: Arabie: Inscriptions et monuments de la Mecque, Ḥaram et Kaʿba. Edited by Elisséeff, Nikita. 155-189. Cairo: Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 1985.
Series: Mémoires de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 109
Subjects: Epigraphy
6. El-Hawary, Hassan Mohammed//Wiet, Gaston, "Les mamlouks circassiens." In Matériaux pour un Corpus Inscriptionum Arabicarum, quatrième partie: Arabie: Inscriptions et monuments de la Mecque, Ḥaram et Kaʿba. Edited by Elisséeff, Nikita. 191-202. Cairo: Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 1985.
Series: Mémoires de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 109
Notes: Review see Hawting; Serjeant.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Mecca
7. Kraemer, Jörg, "Die Bauinschriften der Mamluken von der Yeni Kale und arabische Inschriften aus Eski Kâhta." In Arsameia am Nymphaios, die Ausgrabungen im Hierothesion des Mithradates Kallinikos von 1953-1956. By Dörner, Friedrich Karl//Goell, Theresa. 305-316 (Appendix 2). Berlin: Verlag Gebr. Mann, 1963.
Series: Abteilung Istanbul des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Istanbuler Forschungen, 23
Subjects: Epigraphy
8. Mauss, C.//Sauvaire, Henri Joseph, "Voyage de Jérusalem à Karak et à Chaubak." In Voyage d'exploration à la mer Morte, à Petra, et sur la rive gauche du Jourdain. By Luynes, Honoré Théodoric Paul Joseph d'Albert, duc de. 81-223. Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 1874.
Notes: "I. Journal de voyage," by C. Mauss, pp. 83-182; "II. Inscriptions arabes," by Henri Joseph Sauvaire, pp. 183-222. Inscriptions from the Mamluk period: nos. 4-6 (pp. 186-191), 9-12 (pp. 192-197), 17-19 (pp. 199-202), 21-24 (pp. 205-208), 26-30 (pp. 209-212), 33-34 (pp. 213-215), and 38 (pp. 220-222).
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Hebron/Places--Karak/Places--Ramlah/Places--Shawbak/Places--Jordan
9. Ory, Solange, "Kitābāt, 2. In the Near East." In The Encyclopaedia of Islam. 2d. 216-218. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1986.
Subjects: Arts/Epigraphy
10. Rice, D. S., "Arabic Inscriptions on a Brass Basin Made for Hugh IV de Lusignan." In Studi orientalistici in onore di Giorgio Levi della Vida. 390-402. Rome: Istituto per l'Oriente, 1956.
Series: Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente, 52
Subjects: Epigraphy/Foreign relations
11. Sobernheim, Moritz, "Die Inschriften der Moschee von Ḥimṣ." In Festschrift zu C. F. Lehmann-Haupts Sechzigstem Geburtstage. Edited by Regling, K.//Reich, H.. 225-233. Vienna and Leipzig: Wilhelm Braumüller, 1921.
Series: Janus: Arbeiten zur alten und byzantinischen Geschichte, 1
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Hims
12. Sobernheim, Moritz, "Inschriftliche Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungs-Verordnungen der mamluken-Sultane aus der Omajjaden-Moschee von Damaskus." In Festschrift Max Freiherrn von Oppenheim. Edited by Weidner, Ernst. 108-126. Osnabrück: Biblio-Verlag, 1967.
Series: Archiv für Orientforschung, 1
Notes: Original publication: Berlin, 1933. Review see Sauvaget.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Individuals--Qaytbay/Individuals--Jaqmaq/Individuals--Inal/Individuals--Barsbay/Individuals--Khushqadam/Individuals--Tumanbay II, al-Ashraf/Places--Damascus
13. Tamari, Shemuel, "Two Further Inscriptions from Qalʿat al-Jundi." In Studies in Memory of Gaston Wiet. Edited by Rosen-Ayalon, Myriam. 261-265. Jerusalem: Institute of Asian and African Studies, 1977.
Notes: Review see Biesterfeldt; Gaube; Holt; Humphreys; Little; Wickens.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Sinai
14. Amitai, Reuven, "An Arabic Inscription at al-Ṣubayba (Qalʿat Namrûd) from the Reign of Sultan Baybars." In The al-Ṣubayba (Nimrod) Fortress: Towers 11 and 9. By Hartal, Moshe. 109-123. Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority, 2001.
Series: Israel Antiquities Authority Reports, 11
Notes: Review see Korn; Prag; Schultz.
Subjects: Excavations/Places--Levant, Southern/Epigraphy
15. Juḥā, Farīd, "al-Kitābāt al-ʿArabīyah al-Manqūshah ʿalá al-Abniyah al-Atharīyah bi-Madīnat al-Quds." In Dirāsāt fī Tārīkh wa-Āthār Filasṭīn: Waqāʾiʿ al-Nadwah al-ʿĀlamīyah al-Ūlá lil-Āthār al-Filasṭīnīyah. edited byShaʿth, Shawqī.119-126. Aleppo: Aleppo University Press, 1984.
Notes: Other title: Studies in the History and Archaeology of Palestine (Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Palestine Antiquities).
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jerusalem
16. al-ʿAsalī, Kāmil Jamīl, "Nuqūsh al-Quds al-Atharīyah." In Majmūʿat Buḥūth ʿArabīyah Muhdāh ilá al-Ustādh al-Duktūr Isḥāq Mūsá al-Ḥusaynī bi-Munāsabat Bulūghih al-Thamānīn min Baʿḍ Ṭalabatih wa-ʿĀrifī Faḍlih. edited byal-Budayrī, Khalīl////.187-201. [Jerusalem?]: Maṭbaʿat al-Sharq al-ʿArabīyah, [1985?].
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jerusalem
17. ʿAbd al-Mālik, Sāmī Ṣāliḥ, "Une inscription du sultan mamelouk Kitbuġā découverte à al-Qurrayṣ (Sinaï central)." In Le Sinaï de la conquête arabe à nos jours. edited byMouton, Jean-Michel.51-60. Cairo: Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 2001.
Series: Cahier des annales islamologiques, 21
Notes: Review see Bianquis; Troupeau.
Subjects: Places--Sinai/Epigraphy/Individuals--Kitbugha
18. Imbert, Frédéric, "Inscriptions et espaces d'écriture au Palais d'al-Kharrāna en Jordanie." In Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan. Edited by ʿAmr, Khairieh////. 403-416. Amman: Department of Antiquities, 1995.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jordan
19. Clermont-Ganneau, Charles, "Le pont de Beibars à Lydda." In Recueil d'archéologie orientale. Clermont-Ganneau, Charles. 262-279. Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1888.
Subjects: Individuals--Baybars/Architecture/Places--Lyddah/Epigraphy
20. Sauvaget, Jean, "Caravansérails syriens du Moyen-Âge, II: Caravansérails mamelouks." In Studies by Jean Sauvaget on the Historical Geography and Topography of Syria. collected bySezgin, Fuat.321-349. Frankfurt am Main: Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, 1994.
Series: Publications of the Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science. Islamic Geography, 230
Notes: Reprinted from Ars Islamica 7 (1940).
Subjects: Architecture/Epigraphy/Places--Syria
21. Sauvaget, Jean, "Mosquée et forteresse d'époque arabe." In Inventaire des inscriptions de Palmyre. Fascicule IX: Le sanctuaire de Bêl. Cantineau, Jean. 50-70. Beirut: Imprimerie catholique, 1933.
Series: Publications du Musée national syrien de Damas, 1
Notes: Inscriptions nos. 59-60 on pp. 66-70 are dated 1300-1301 and 1463 respectively.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Tadmur
22. van Berchem, Max, "Eine arabische Inschrift aus dem Ostjordanlande mit historischen Erläuterungen." In Opera Minora. 539-560. Geneva: Editions Slatkine, 1978.
Notes: Reprinted from Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 16 (1893): 84-105
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jordan
23. van Berchem, Max, "Inscriptions arabes de Syrie." In Opera Minora. 349-452. Geneva: Editions Slatkine, 1978.
Notes: Reprinted from Mémoires de l'Institut égyptien 3 (1897): 417-520
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Syria
24. van Berchem, Max, "Arabische Inschriften aus Syrien II." In Opera Minora. 311-348. Geneva: Editions Slatkine, 1978.
Notes: Reprinted from Mittheilungen und Nachrichten des Deutschen Palaestina-Vereins 9 (1903): 33-70
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Syria
25. van Berchem, Max, "Arabische Inschriften aus Syrien." In Opera Minora. 301-309. Geneva: Editions Slatkine, 1978.
Notes: Reprinted from Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 19 (1896): 105-113
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Syria
26. van Berchem, Max, "Le château de Bâniâs et ses inscriptions." In Opera Minora. 265-295. Geneva: Editions Slatkine, 1978.
Notes: Reprinted from Journal asiatique (8th ser.) 12 (1888): 440-470
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Baniyas
27. Schick, Robert//Salāmah, Khiḍr Ibrāhīm, "The Arabic Stone Inscriptions in the Islamic Museum, al-Ḥaram ash-Sharīf, Jerusalem." In Governing the Holy City: The Interaction of Social Groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman Period. Edited by Pahlitzsch, Johannes//Korn, Lorenz. 13-32. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2004.
Notes: Review see Christie.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jerusalem
28. Renard, "Historical Epigraphy of Mamluk Sultan Faraj ibn Barquq." In Windows on the House of Islam: Muslim Sources on Spirituality and Religious Life. Edited by Renard. 223-226, 398. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.
Notes: Three texts translated from Kloster und Mausoleum des Farağ ibn Barqūq in Kairo, by Ṣāliḥ Lamʿī Muṣṭafá, pp. 131-134.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Individuals--Faraj b. Barquq
29. Hoyland, Robert//Porter, Venetia, "Epigraphy." In Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān. edited byMcAuliffe, Jane Dammen.25-43. Leiden: Brill, 2002.
Subjects: Epigraphy
30. van Esbroeck, Michel, "Appendix I: The Georgian Inscriptions." In The Armenian Inscriptions from the Sinai. By Stone, Michael E.. 171-179, 243-249. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1982.
Series: Harvard Armenian Texts and Studies, 6
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Sinai
31. Abu Khalaf, Marwan F. "Khan Yunus and the Khans of Palestine." Levant 15, (1983): 178-186.
Subjects: Architecture/Places--Levant, Southern/Epigraphy
32. Amitai, Reuven. "A Fourteenth-Century Mamluk Inscription from Rural Palestine." Israel Exploration Journal 44, 3-4 (1994): 234-242.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Levant, Southern
33. al-ʿAsalī, Kāmil Jamīl. "Nuqūsh min Nābulus wa-al-Khalīl." Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 36, (1992): 357-372.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Nabulus/Places--Hebron
34. van Berchem, Max. "Eine arabische Inschrift aus dem Ostjordanlande mit historischen Erläuterungen." Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 16, (1893): 84-105.
Notes: Reprinted in his Opera Minora.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jordan
35. van Berchem, Max. "Arabische Inschriften aus Syrien." Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 19, (1896): 105-113.
Notes: Reprinted in his Opera Minora.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Syria
36. van Berchem, Max. "Arabische Inschriften aus Syrien II." Mittheilungen und Nachrichten des Deutschen Palaestina-Vereins 9, (1903): 33-70.
Notes: Reprinted in his Opera Minora.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Syria
37. van Berchem, Max. "Inscriptions arabes de Syrie." Mémoires de l'Institut égyptien 3, (1897): 417-520.
Notes: Reprinted in his Opera Minora.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Syria
38. Burgoyne, Michael H.// Abul-Hajj, Amal A.. "Twenty-four Mediaeval Arabic Inscriptions from Jerusalem." Levant 11, (1979): 112-137.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Jerusalem
39. David-Weill, Jean. "Quelques textes épigraphiques inédits du Caire." Bulletin de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale 28, (1929): 15-24.
Subjects: Epigraphy
40. Gaube, Heinz. "An Examination of the Ruins of Qasr Burquʿ." Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 19, (1974): 93-100.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Levant, Southern
41. Herzfeld, Ernst. "Damascus: Studies in Architecture--IV." Ars Islamica 13-14, (1948): 118-138, 38 figs..
Subjects: Architecture/Epigraphy/Places--Damascus
42. Jaussen, J. A.. "Inscription arabe du Khân al-Aḥmar à Beïsân (Palestine)." Bulletin de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale 22, (1923): 99-103.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Baysan
43. Jaussen, J. A.. "Inscriptions arabes à la ville d'Hébron." Bulletin de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale 25, (1925): 1-45.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Hebron
44. Jaussen, J. A.. "Inscriptions arabes de Naplouse." Bulletin de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale 27, (1927): 91-110.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Nabulus
45. Matthews, Charles D.. "Manuscripts and a Mamlūk Inscription in the Lansing Collection in the Denver Public Library." Journal of the American Oriental Society 60, (1940): 370-382.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Historiography
46. Mayer, L. A.. "Arabic Inscriptions of Gaza." Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society 3; 5; 9; 10; 11, (1923; 1925; 1929; 1930; 1931): 69-78; 64-68; 219-225; 59-63; 144-151.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Gaza
47. Mayer, L. A.. "Satura Epigraphica." Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine 1; 2; 3, (1931; 1932; 1933): 37-43; 127-131; 24-25.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Levant, Southern
48. Mayer, L. A.. "Two Inscriptions of Baybars." Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine 2, (1932): 27-33.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Individuals--Baybars
49. Minnis, Denise//Bader, Yousef. "A Comparative Analysis of Belvoir (Kawkab al-Hawa) and Qalʿat al-Rabaḍ (ʿAjlun Castle)." Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 32, (1988): 255-263.
Subjects: Architecture/Epigraphy/Individuals--Baybars
50. al-Munajjid, Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn. "Une inscription inédite de l'époque mamelouk à Damas." Mélanges de l'Université Saint-Joseph 46, (1970-1971): 419-425.
Subjects: Epigraphy/Places--Damascus

 

 

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