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Makiya, Kanan, Post-Islamic Classicism: A Visual Essay on the Architecture of Mohamed Makiya, London: Saqi Books, 1990.
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Necipoglu, Gülru. 1993. Framing the gaze in Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal palaces. Ars orientalis 23, : -342.
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Northedge, Alastair. 1993. An interpretation of the palace of the Caliph at Samarra (Dar al-khilafa or jawsaq al-khaqani). Ars orientalis 23, : -170.
Rabbat, Nasser. 1993. Mamluk throne halls: Qubba or Iwan? Ars orientalis 23, : -218.
Rabbat, Nasser, The Citadel of Cairo: A New Interpretation of Royal Mamluk Architecture, Brill, 1995.
Raguette, Fredrich, The Lebanese House during 18th and 19th Centuries, AUB Press, 1974.
Ribas-Mateos, Natalia. 2001. Revising migratory contexts: The Mediterranean Caravanserai. In The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and new cultural encounters in Southern Europe., ed. Russell, 22-40. King. Liverpool; Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
Robinson, Cynthia. 1997. Seeing paradise: Metaphor and vision in "taifa" palace architecture. Gesta 36, (2): 145-155.
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Sayed, Hazem, The Rab in Cairo, MIT, Ph.D., 1987.
Sevin, Necla Arslan, and Z. ülfiye Eiles. 2002. Ottoman palaces in the classical age. In Ankara: Yeni Türkiye.
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Tabbaa, Yasser. 1993. Circles of power: Palace, citadel, and city in Ayyubid Aleppo. Ars orientalis 23, : -200.
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Wilber, Donald, Persian Gardens and Garden Pavilions, Dumbarton Oaks, 1979.