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Middle East Maps & Atlases: Select Bibliography: ME Cartography

Select Bibliography: ME Cartography

Alai, Cyrus.
General maps of Persia 1477-1925.
Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2005.
Library Service Center P81.M628 H363 Bd.80 Check availability @ Duke
Perkins/Bostock Library G2256 .A6 2010 Check availability @ Duke
Alai, Cyrus.
Special maps of Persia, 1477-1925.
Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2010.
Perkins/Bostock Library Stacks Oversize GA1261 .A435 2010 Check availability @ Duke
Bayhan, Nevzat et al. (eds.)
Piri Reis'ten Kâtip Çelebi'ye Osmanlı'nın dünyaya bakışı.
Topkapı, İstanbul: İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyesi Kültür AŞ, 2011.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA1303.5.A1 P57 2011 Check availability @ Duke
Dekker, Elly.
Illustrating the phaenomena: celestial cartography in antiquity and the Middle Ages.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Forêt, Philippe and Andreas Kaplony. (eds.)
The journey of maps and images on the Silk Road.
Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2008.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA1081 .J68 2008 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: Foreword / Lorenz Hurni -- Preface : what is a map? / Valerie Hansen -- Introduction / Philippe Forêt and Andreas Kaplony -- Traces of the Silk Road in Han-Dynasty iconography : questions and hypotheses / Nicolas Zufferey -- Visualizing pilgrimage and mapping experience : Mount Wutai on the Silk Road / Natasha Heller -- The mapping of sacred space : images of Buddhist cosmographies in medieval China / Dorothy C. Wong -- Lost in translation : gridded plans and maps along the Silk Road / Jonathan M. Bloom -- Square horoscope diagrams in Middle Eastern astrology and Chinese cosmological diagrams : were these designs transmitted through the Silk Road? / Johannes Thomann -- The intrusion of East Asian imagery in thirteenth-century Armenia : political and cultural exchange along the Silk Road / Dickran Kouymjian -- Comparing al-Kāshgharī's map to his text : on the visual language, purpose, and transmission of Arabic-Islamic maps / Andreas Kaplony -- The Book of curiositie! s : a medieval Islamic view of the East / Yossef Rapoport -- Celestial maps and illustrations in Arabic-Islamic astronomy / Paul Kunitzsch -- Revisiting Catalan portolan charts : do they contain elements of Asian provenance? / Sonja Brentjes -- Conclusion / Philippe Forêt and Andreas Kaplony -- Appendix. List of geographical nomenclature in al-Kāshgharī's text and map / Andreas Kaplony.
Gavish, Dov.
A survey of Palestine under the British Mandate, 1920-1948.
London ; New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2005.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA1323.7 .G39 2005
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Harley, John Brian and David Woodward (eds.)
The History of cartography.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA201 .H53 1987 v.1-3 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: v. 1. Cartography in prehistoric, ancient, and medieval Europe and the Mediterranean. -- v. 2. bk. 1. Cartography in the traditional Islamic and South Asian societies. bk. 2. Cartography in the traditional East and Southeast Asian societies. bk. 3. Cartography in the traditional African, American, Arctic, Australian, and Pacific societies.
Kâtip Çelebi, 1609-1657.
İstanbul: İstanbul Büyükşehir Kültür A.Ş. Yayınları, 2010.
Perkins/Bostock International & Area Studies Reading Room Atlas Case G114 .K377 2009 Check availability @ Duke
Kâtip Çelebi, 1609-1657.
Kitâb-ı Cihânnümâ li-Kâtib Çelebi.
Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu Basımevi, 2009.
Perkins/Bostock Library International & Area Studies Reading Room Atlas Case G114 .K375 2009 Check availability @ Duke
Keller, Noah Ha Mim.
Port in a storm : a fiqh solution to the Qibla of North America.
Amman, Jordan: Wakeel Books, 2001.
Divinity School Library BP187.45 .K45 2001 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: pt. 1. Fact, fiqh, and the Qibla. A question of fact -- The Azhar Fatwa -- pt. 2. Answers to difficulties. The Qiblas of the Sahaba -- Mecca and the Mercator projection -- The shortest distance -- A tunnel through the earth -- Considering the earth legally flat -- The stars and the Qibla -- Fuqaha and engineers -- Instruments and sacred law -- The exact direction -- The traditional direction of mosques -- The four directions of the world -- pt. 3. Muslim unity. Port in a storm -- Appendices. Cited Arabic texts -- The Azhar Fatwa in Arabic -- Other Fatwa questions -- Map projections -- Works and documents cited.
King, David A.
World-maps for finding the direction and distance to Mecca : innovation and tradition in Islamic science.
Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, 1999.
Library Service Center GA1263.6 .K56 1999 Check availability @ Duke
Long, Burke O.
Imagining the Holy Land : maps, models, and fantasy travels.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003.
Perkins/Bostock Library E169.O4 L657 2003 Check availability @ Duke
Matthee, Rudi and Jorge Flores (eds.)
Portugal, the Persian Gulf and Safavid Persia.
Leuven: Peeters, in association with the Iran Heritage Foundation and the Freer Gallery of Art & Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, 2011.
Perkins/Bostock Library DS292 .P67 2011 Check availability @ Duke
McIntosh, Gregory C.
The Piri Reis map of 1513.
Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2000.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA311 1513.P3 M35 2000 Check availability @ Duke
Nebenzahl, Kenneth.
Maps of the Holy Lands : images of Terra Sancta through two millenia.
New York: Abbeville Press, 1986.
Library Service Center 912.122 N361, M297, 1986 Check availability @ Duke
North, Robert.
A history of biblical map making.
Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1979.
Library Service Center (LSC) GA1321 .N67 1979
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Park, Hyunhee.
Mapping the Chinese and Islamic worlds: cross-cultural exchange in pre-modern Asia.
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Table of Contents: Introduction -- From imperial encounter to maritime trade : Chinese understanding of the Islamic world, 750-1260 -- The representation of China and the world : Islamic knowledge about China, 750-1260 -- Interpreting the Mongol world : Chinese understanding of the Islamic world, 1260-1368 -- Beyond Marco Polo : Islamic knowledge about China, 1260-1368 -- Legacy from half the globe before 1492 : Chinese understanding of the Islamic world and Islamic knowledge about China, 1368-1500 -- Conclusion : lessons from premodern Sino-Islamic contact.
Rubin, Rehav.
Image and reality : Jerusalem in maps and views.
Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magnes Press, 1999.
Perkins/Bostock Library DS109.2 .R8313 1999 Check availability @ Duke
Roberts, Sean E.
Printing a Mediterranean world: Florence, Constantinople, and the renaissance of geography.
Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2013.
Şerbetçi, Muzaffer.
Türk haritacılığı bibliyografyası.
İstanbul: Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi, 1999-2000.
GA1301 .S47 1999 v.1-v.2  Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: 1. Kitaplar-Tezler (1800-2000) -- 2. Makaleler-Bildiriler (1924-2000).
Sezgin, Fuat.
Mathematical geography and cartography in Islam and their continuation in the Occident.
Frankfurt am Main : Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science, 2000-2007.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA3 .S4913 2000 v.1-3 Check availability @ Duke
Soucek, Svatopluk.
Piri Reis & Turkish mapmaking after Columbus : the Khalili portolan atlas.
London: Nour Foundation in association with Azimuth Editions and Oxford University Press, 1996.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA1303.5.A1 S65 1996 Check availability @ Duke
Sphyroeras, Vasilis Vl.
Maps and map-makers of the Aegean.
Athens: Olkos, 1985.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA885.A34 S6513 1985 Check availability @ Duke
Talbert, Richard J.A. (eds.)
Ancient perspectives : maps and their place in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
Chicago ; London: The University of Chicago Press, 2012.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA205 .A64 2012 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: The expression of terrestrial and celestial order in ancient Mesopotamia by / Francesca Rochberg -- From topography to cosmos: ancient Egypt's multiple maps / by David O'Connor -- Mapping the world: Greek initiatives from Homer to Eratosthenes / by Georgia L. Irby -- Ptolemy's geography: mapmaking and the scientific enterprise / by Alexander Jones -- Greek and Roman surveying and surveying instruments / by Michael Lewis -- Urbs Roma to orbis romanus: Roman mapping on the grand scale / by Richard J.A. Talbert -- Putting the world in order: mapping in Roman texts / by Benet Salway.
Tolias, Giōrgos.
Challenged territories : cartographies of Greece and the Levant during the Ottoman era.
Istanbul: Isis Press, 2010.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA1077.M5 T65 2010 Check availability @ Duke
Virga, Vincent.
Cartographia : mapping civilizations.
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2007.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA203 .V57 2007 Check availability @ Duke
Table of Contents: Introduction : Theater of the world -- Prologue -- [pt. 1]. The Mediterranean world -- The Babylonians -- The Egyptians -- The Greeks -- The Etruscans -- The Romans -- The Islamic world -- The Hold land -- The Mediterranean Sea -- [pt. 2]. The three-part world -- Asia -- Africa -- Europe -- [pt. 3]. The fourth part : The Americas -- Latin America -- Anglo America -- [pt. 4]. The fifth part : Oceania and Antarctica -- Oceania -- Antarctica -- Epilogue : The unseen cultural world -- Afterword -- Acknowledgments -- Cartobibliography -- Index.
Wahba,Malak and Amr Fangary.
Egypt in the cartographic heritage, 1595-1840 A.D. : the cartographic collection of the National Libary of Egypt.
Cairo: Dar al-Kutub wa-al-Watha'iq al-Qawmiyah, 2008.
Perkins/Bostock Library GA1388 .E43 2008 Check availability @ Duke