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12th century Islamic Military Architecture

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Forum Name: De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History
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Topic: 12th century Islamic Military Architecture
Posted By: Peter
Subject: 12th century Islamic Military Architecture
Date Posted: 01-Jan-2007 at 07:18
   Dear all
I have posted a question regarding 12th century Islamic military architecture within another forum group of All Empires

http://www.allempires.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=16802 - Link here: with photo's

I would be grateful if any reader of this forum was able to help. As you can hopefully see from the above link I am looking for any examples of detached mural towers (either from fortresses or walled towns) in parts of the medieval Islamic world outside of Iberia.

Any ideas or examples gratefully received.

Peter

ps - moderator. . I can't seem to be able to post photo's in this forum but can in other AE ones?.
    
    



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Posted By: Nick1986
Date Posted: 28-Aug-2011 at 20:00

The Muslims made many advances in fort-building. They designed the first concentric castles, including Krak des Chevaliers

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