Bublic Hammams in Aleppo from the Beginning of Ayyubid Period to the End of Ottoman Stage A Comparative Archeological Study

Citation:
El-Razek, M. M. A., M. I. Husien, and M. M. Morsy, Bublic Hammams in Aleppo from the Beginning of Ayyubid Period to the End of Ottoman Stage A Comparative Archeological Study, , Egypt, Cairo University, 2013.

Thesis Type:

PhD Thesis

Abstract:

This research study the bublic Hammams in Aleppo since the beginning of the
Ayyubid period to the end of Ottoman stage, indicating to the city of Aleppo and
the emergence of the bublic Hammams on it by following the reasons that led to
the large numbers with indicating to distribution on different parts of the city,
explaining the reasons that influenced on lt`s collection, and study sources of
supply of these buildings to water and how to access to and distribution at its
various units and how to spend it after use, also discussed how these Hammams
work, and the stages of bathing on it, this research involved also a study of effaced
Hammams and descriptive study to Hammams which still remains on the city
under the period of study, in addition to the analytical study that involved the
architectural plans for Hammams, different units, and architectural elements,
addition to study raw materials and decorative elements used in the architecture
and decoration, in the end the research contains a comparative study between
bublic Hammams on Aleppo, Damascus and Cairo.

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