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1. Juvin, Carine. "Civilian Elite and Metalwork: A View from the Edge." Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg: History and Society during the Mamluk Era (1250-1517) (June 2018): 33.
Notes: Online at: https://www.mamluk.uni-bonn.de/publications/working-paper
Subjects: Culture/Arts--Metalwork
2. Collinet, Annabelle, and Carine Juvin, "L'Égypte sous les Mamlouks: L'Égypte à la Période Islamique." In Fastueuse Égypte. Edited by Odile Cavalier. 189 pp. Paris: Hazan, 2011.
Notes: Based on the Egypt collection at the Calvet Museum, Avignon, France.
Subjects: Arts--Metalwork/Epigraphy
3. Milwright, Marcus, and Evanthia Baboula, Editor. "Damascene 'trench art': A note on the manufacture of Mamluk Revival metalwork in early twentieth-century Syria." In The Arts and Crafts of Syria and Egypt from the Ayyubids to World War I: Collected Essays. 285-310. Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2018.
Series: Islamic History and Thought, 7
Subjects: Arts--metalwork
4. Juvin, Carine, "Civilian Elite and Metalwork: A View from the Edge." In History and Society During the Mamluk Period: Studies of the Annemarie Schimmel Institute for Advanced Studies III. Edited by Walker, Bethany J.. 285-319. Göttingen; [Bonn]: V&R unipress; Bonn University Press, 2021.
Series: Mamluk Studies, 24
Subjects: Arts--Metalwork/Social Relations
5. Vryzidis, Nikolaos, "The Second Life of a Mamluk Lamp from Saint John the Theologian Monastery, Patmos and the Oral Tradition Attached to It." In Art, Trade and Culture in the Islamic World and Beyond: From the Fatimids to the Mughals. Studies Presented to Doris Behrens-Abouseif. Edited by Alison Ohta, J.M. Rogers and Rosalind Wade Haddon. 26-35. London: Ginkgo Library, 2016.
Series: Ginkgo Library Art Series,
Subjects: Arts--Metalwork
6. Ward, Rachel, "Mean or Green? Mamluk Vessels Recycled for the Rasulid Sultans." In Art, Trade and Culture in the Islamic World and Beyond: From the Fatimids to the Mughals. Studies Presented to Doris Behrens-Abouseif. Edited by Alison Ohta, J.M. Rogers and Rosalind Wade Haddon. 36-47. London: Ginkgo Library, 2016.
Series: Ginkgo Library Art Series,
Subjects: Arts--Metalwork

 

 

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