Abstract

The Syrian Ayyubid architecture of the thirteenth century reflects outstanding architectonic qualities of harmony and proportion. This study intends to demonstrate how the Madrasa al-Firdaus is a chef-d'oeuvre of this period.

Date of Award

6-1-1988

Online Submission Date

June 2015

First Advisor

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Committee Member 1

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Document Type

Thesis

Extent

147 p.

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