Gardens

Middle East Garden Traditions: Unity and Diversity: Questions, Methods and Resources in a Multicultural Perspective. Ed. by Michel Conan. Dumbarton Oaks Colloquia on the History of Landscape Architecture, 31. Washington D.C., 2007. (FAL-LC SB457.8.D86 2007)

Ruggles, D. Fairchild. Islamic Gardens and Landscapes. Philadelphia, 2008. (Loeb Design SB 457.8.R85 2008)

Clark, Emma. The Art of the Islamic Garden. Ramsbury, 2004. (FAL-LC SB457.8 .C53 2004)

Brookes, John. Gardens of Paradise: The History and Design of the Great Islamic Gardens. New York, 1987. (FA 2998.101.3.27)

Lehrman, J.B. Earthly Paradise: Garden and Courtyard in Islam. London, 1980. (FA 2998.101.3.11)

Petersen, Steen Estvad. Paradiset: den islamiske have. Copenhagen, 1991. (FA 2998.101.3.29)

Good source of illustrations.

Gardens in the Time of the Great Muslim Empires: Theory and Design. Ed. by Attilio Petruccioli. Leiden, 1997. (FA 2998.101.3.33)

Mughal Gardens: Sources, Places, Representations, and Prospects. Ed. by James L. Wescoat, and Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn. Dumbarton Oaks Colloquia on the History of Landscape Architecture, 16. Washington D.C., 1996. (FA 2999.25.460.6)

Shalamar Garden, Lahore: Landscape, Form & Meaning. Sajjad Kausar, Michael Brand, James L. Wescoat. Karachi, 1990. (FA 2999.28.580.3)

Subtelny, Maria. Le Monde est un jardin: aspects de l'histoire culturelle de l'Iran médiéval. Paris, 2002. (FAL-LC DS266 .S77 2002)

Gharipour, M. Persian Gardens and Pavilions: Reflections in History, Poetry and the Arts. London, 2013. (FAL-LC SB458.5 .G33 2013)

Wilber, Donald. Persian Gardens and Garden Pavilions. 2nd ed. Washington, D.C., 1979. (FA 2999.47.301.6)

Redford, Scott. Landscape and the State in Medieval Anatolia: Seljuk Gardens and Pavilions of Alanya, Turkey. Oxford, 2000. (Tozzer L.SOC.48.125.1.1.1 (893))

Atasoy, Nurhan. A Garden for the Sultan: Gardens and Flowers in the Ottoman Culture. Istanbul, 2002. (FAL-LC SB457.8.A8313 2002 Folio)

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