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المبــاخر المعــدنیة القططــیة الســلجوقیة : رؤیة جــدیدة
مجلة العمارة والفنون والعلوم الإنسانية
The Islamic works crowned the arts produced in the Seljuk era (5-8 AH / 11-14 AD). The Seljuk art succeeded in competing with other Islamic arts maintaining a special place in the History of art, despite absorbing many influences of previous civilizations as well as the contemporary works which were reflected in this art. However, these influences were presented in new artistic solutions, and the care of the rulers in that era helped to create a creative artistic environment for conceiving artdoi:10.21608/mjaf.2018.20572 fatcat:x4jf5wl24bb57hkjlseddsg2nm