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13th-cent.architecture in Andalusia.Castillo de San Marcos, El Puerto de Santa María, España.

13th-cent.architecture in Andalusia.Castillo de San Marcos, El Puerto de Santa María, España.

Andalusian infantryman

m Fighter Royal Army shield sword Artistic representation of an Andalusian Soldier century)

Ewer Iran Ewer, 12th or early 13th century Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, monochrome turquoise glaze, Height: 10 in.

Ewer Iran Ewer, or early century Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, monochrome turquoise glaze, Height: 10 in. cm) Gift of Mrs. Eloise Mabury Knapp Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

A LARGE CARVED WOOD FRIEZE PANEL, ALMOHAD OR MERINID, SPAIN OR MOROCCO, 12TH-13TH CENTURY

A LARGE CARVED WOOD FRIEZE PANEL, ALMOHAD OR MERINID, SPAIN OR MOROCCO, 12TH-13TH CENTURY

La Alhambra de Granada by Alejandro Mulas, via Behance - Allambra, Granada, Espanha

La Alhambra de Granada by Alejandro Mulas, via Behance - Allambra, Granada, Espanha

Seville - Torre del Oro © Robert Bovington  The Torre del Oro is a 13th-century Moorish watchtower. There are varying opinions as to how it this dodecahedral tower got its name. Some say that the tower was originally adorned with gold leaf; others say that it was used as a warehouse to store gold from the New World expeditions. Perhaps a simpler explanation is that it is golden in colour!

Seville - Torre del Oro © Robert Bovington The Torre del Oro is a Moorish watchtower.

The Fall of Seville - A Poem By Abu al-Baqa' al-Rundi (13th Century CE (?) Poem, Andalusia) [Click on the picture for more..]

The Andalusian city of Seville fell to Christian Castile in after over 500 years of being a Muslim city. Abu al-Baqa’ al-Rundi was a contemporary Andalusian poet from the city of Ronda,…

13th c. Spanish silk and gilt thread lampas (3 x 4 3/4 in.) - Met Museum

Textile Fragment from the Dalmatic of San Valerius Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Spain Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, gilt animal substrate around a silk core; lampas with seperable layers in the ground weave Accession Number:

Bowl Iran, Kashan Bowl, early 13th century Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, underglaze painted, 3 3/4 x 8 5/8 in. (9.53 x 21.91 cm) The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, gift of Joan Palevsky (M.73.5.277) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Kashan Bowl, early century, Iran, fritware with painted underglaze painted.

Spanish cavalryman from aragon, Berber cavalryman and archer from the Mali Empire serving as border guards for the Almohad (Berber/Moor) dynasty 13th century AD

spanish cavalryman from aragon african cavalryman and archer from the Mali Empire serving as border guards for the Almohad dynasty 13th century AD

Illustration of angus mcbride showing a spanish christian cavalryman from aragon being ambushed by a african cavalryman and archer from the Mali Empire serving as border guards for the Almohad dynasty.

A Kashan cup with stylised vegetal decoration and inscriptions under a transparent turquoise glaze, Persian, early 13th century - Sotheby's

A Kashan cup with stylised vegetal decoration and inscriptions under a transparent turquoise glaze, Persian, early century

Coif of infante Fernando of Castile (1189-1211), silk with gold embroidery, Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

Coif of Fernando de la Cerda, Infante of Castile and son of Alfonso X, silk with gold embroidery, Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

An engraved bronze fountain spout in the shape of a lion made in 13th-century Spain/Andalusia the Louvre, Paris.

MEDIEVAL SPAIN - An engraved bronze fountain spout in the shape of a lion made in Spain/Andalusia the Louvre, Paris.

A Qur'an bifolium in Maghribi script, North Africa or Andalusia, late 12th/13th century AD

A Qur'an bifolium in Maghribi script, North Africa or Andalusia, late century AD

Chess - Islamic history of games and the invention of chess.

India is the birthplace of chess. The original word for “chess” is the Sanskrit chaturanga, meaning “four members of an army”—which were mostly likely elephants, horses, chariots, and foot soldiers.

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