Byzanz und der volkstümliche Schmuck des islamischen Raumes

May 1985
Ornament;May85, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p50
The article discusses the report "Byzanz und der volkstumliche Schmuck des islamischen Raumes," by P.W. Schienerl. There are three stages of development in the historical relations between Islamic traditional jewelry and its Byzantium counterpart. The Arabs relied on the skills of jewelers. Cultural, economic and political contacts in the Middle Ages influenced jewelry design. The Ottomans who were heirs to the Byzantine culture influenced jewelry design in Arab countries.


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