Sarban Minaret, Isfahan

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Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by George potter (used with permission)
published on 30 January 2013
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The Sarban ('Camel-driver') minaret at Isfahan (Jubareh area), Iran (1130-1155 CE).
The shafts are decorated with alternate bands of decorative brick and blue tile work in geometric patterns, and two girdles of stalactite ornament. The horizontal bands of square Kufic inscriptions with hexagonal, octagonal and lozenge shaped patterns. The embellished cornices are composed of tile work and elegant brick mouqarnas.

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permission), G. p. (. w. (2013, January 30). Sarban Minaret, Isfahan. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/1044/sarban-minaret-isfahan/

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permission), George potter (used with. "Sarban Minaret, Isfahan." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified January 30, 2013. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/1044/sarban-minaret-isfahan/.

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permission), George potter (used with. "Sarban Minaret, Isfahan." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 30 Jan 2013. Web. 27 Jul 2021.