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Title Bathing culture of Anatolian civilizations : architecture, history, and imagination / edited by Nina Ergin.
Co-Author Ergin, Nina
Publisher Leuven
Walpole, MA : Peeters
Creation Date 2011
Content Introduction / Nina Ergín -- THE EVOLUTION OF BATHS IN AND OUTSIDE ANATOLIA -- Bathing culture of Anatolia: a thousand points of light, a thousand fingers of warmth / Fikret K. Yegül -- Baths in the Byzantine Age / Albrecht Berger -- Between Balneum and Mamam: the role of Umayyad baths in Syria / Lara Tohme -- SELJUK BATHS IN ANATOLIA, OTTOMAN BATHS IN ISTANBUL -- The baths of Anatolian Seljuk Caravansarais / Ayşil Tükel Yavuz -- Bathing business in Istanbul: a case study of the Çemberlitaş Hamami in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries / Nina Ergín -- OTTOMAN BATHHOUSES IN THE PROVINCES -- Bathing as a translocal phenomenon? Bathhouses in the Arab provinces of the Ottoman Empire / Astrid Meier -- Ottoman mineral baths (kaplica) on the Balkans: a study of several little-known examples / Machiel Kiel -- Ottoman baths in Greece: a contribution to the study of their history and architecture / Eleni Kanetaki -- HAMAMS IN THE EARLY MODERN AND MODERN ERA OUTSIDE ANATOLIA -- Hamams in Mughal India and Safavid Iran: climate and culture in two early modern Islamic empires / Stephen P. Blake -- The Turkish bath in the West / Nabahat Avcioğlu -- HAMMAMS IN THE IMAGINATION -- The Ottoman bath through the painter's eye / Günsel Renda.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Series Ancient Near Eastern studies. Supplement
Format ix, 329 pages : illustrations
31 cm.
Language English
Identifier ISBN9789042924390
System Number 990039935390205171

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