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MEGT Bibliography

Master bibliography for Garden Catalogues

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 848 references in this bibliography folder.

Nasuh, M (n.d.).
Menazilname
Unpublished.

Ruas, M, Ros, J, Terral, J, Ivorra, S, Andrianarinosy, H, Ettahiri, AS, Fili, A, and Van Staëvel, J (2016).
History and archaeology of the emblematic argan tree in the medieval Anti-Atlas Mountains (Morocco)
Quaternary International, 404:114–136.

Carley, JP (2015).
The Libraries of King Henry VIII: an Update of the Westminster Inventory of 1542
The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society, 16(3):282–303.

Dockray-Miller, M[ (2015).
The books and the life of Judith of Flanders
Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2015, Farnham, Surrey. (ISBN: 978-1-4094-6835-6).

Hermant, M, Laffitte, M, France, Bnd, and Blois, Cd (2015).
Trésors royaux : la bibliothèque de François Ier
Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2015, Rennes. (ISBN: 978-2-7535-4185-6).

Messier, RA (2015).
The last civilized place: Sijilmasa and its Saharan destiny
University of Texas Press, Austin, First edition. ed. (ISBN: 978-0-292-76665-5).

Bennison, AK[ and body, BA[ (2014).
The articulation of power in medieval Iberia and the Maghrib
Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1st ed. ed. Proceedings of the British Academy ; 195. (ISBN: 978-0-19-726569-7).

Gómez-Rivas, C (2014).
1 Fatwās to Marrakesh: Regulation of the City Market and the Symbolic Authority of Mālikī Learning
Brill. (ISBN: 978-90-04-27984-1).

Hershenzon, D (2014).
Traveling Libraries: The Arabic Manuscripts of Muley Zidan and the Escorial Library
Journal of Early Modern History, 18(6):535–558.

Nagy, PT (2014).
Sultans' Paradise: The Royal Necropolis of Shāla, Rabat
Al-Masaq, 26(2):132–146.

Webb, PA (2014).
Creating Arab origins: Muslim constructions of al-Jāhiliyya and Arab history
PhD thesis, SOAS, University of London.

Bennison, AK (2013).
Berbers
Miscellaneous publication.

Dressen, A[ (2013).
The Library of the Badia Fiesolana : Intellectual History and Education under the Medici (1462-1494)
SISMEL Edizioni del Galluzzo , 2013, Firenze. Biblioteche e archivi ; 26. (ISBN: 978-88-8450-489-0).

Derolez, A (2012).
Fiesoli, Giovanni Elena Somigli, Eds. ricabim: Repertorio Di Inventari Cataloghi Di Biblioteche Medievali Dal Secolo Vi Al 1520 = Repertory Of Inventories Catalogues Of Medieval Libraries From The 5th Century To 1520
Manuscripta, 56(1):143–146.

Gilliot, C and Gilliot, C[ (2012).
Education and learning in the early Islamic world
Ashgate Variorum, Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT. Formation of the classical Islamic world ; v. 43. (ISBN: 978-0-86078-717-4).

Hirschler, K (2012).
The written word in the medieval Arabic lands : a social and cultural history of reading practices
Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. (ISBN: 978-0-7486-4256-4).

Mohamed, MH (2012).
Between caravan and sultan: the Bayruk of southern Morocco, a study in history and identity
Brill, Leiden ; Boston. Studies in the history and society of the Maghrib ; v. 1. (ISBN: 978-90-04-18379-7).

Rius Piniés, M (2012).
La alquibla en al-Andalus y al-Magrib al-Aqsá
No source specified

Domínguez Gregorio, P (2011).
Vers l’éco-anthropologie. Une approche multidisciplinaire de l’agdal pastoral du Yagour (haut atlas de Marrakech)
PhD thesis, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Moya, J (2011).
La biblioteca de don Francisco de Alarcón, abogado de los Reales Consejos (1671)
Anuario Jurídico y Económico Escurialense(44):660–676.

Munshī, I (2011).
Tārīkh-i ʻālam-i ārā-yi ʻAbbāsī
Nigah, Tehran, Chāp-i avval. ed. (ISBN: 9789643516833 (set)).

Nylander, EN (2011).
The mild boredom of order : a study in the history of the manuscript collection of Queen Christina of Sweden
Lund University, Lund. Bokhistorika skrifter, 8. (ISBN: 978-91-7473-166-8).

Ruggles, DF (2011).
Islamic Gardens and Landscapes
University of Pennsylvania Press. (ISBN: 978-0-8122-0728-6).

Stirnemann, P (2011).
Private Libraries Privately Made
Miscellaneous publication.

Bennison, A (2010).
Almohad tawḥīd and its implications for religious difference
Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies, 2(2):195–216.