An investigation of pure sciences from the archaeological buildings of Mosul during the Arab and Islamic eras
2013, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 21-30
AbstractThe research sheds light on the archaeological religious buildings that the city of Mosul was famous for, including shrines and shrines, and the designs that were adopted in their planning, as well as the planning of residential houses in the city of Mosul during the early Islamic eras, as well as many service buildings dating back to the Ottoman era, such as markets, inns, hotels and bathrooms, as well as buildings with Military character, such as the city wall of Mosul.
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