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The interests of those researching the history of visual culture are often period- and culture-specific, bound by parameters to which the objects of theirstudy rarely conform. Artifacts, buildings, and citiesendure in their entirety or in part, where rulers, dynasties and cultures do not, or change hands as theresult of commerce, diplomacy, and war, and in theprocess are remodeled, reinterpreted, and reinvented. As a recent spate of publications on the incorporation of ancient materials into European monuments of the early Middle Ages has demonstrated, the transhistorical or transcultural qualities of such fragments provide significant insights into the role of the visual in the negotiation, construction, and projection of cultural, dynastic, and religious identities.1 Yet wherereference has been made to the transposition of architectonic features from one cultural and historical setting to another in the medieval Islamic world, the phenomenon has (with a few notable exceptions) been ascribed either to utilitarian opportunism or to a triumphalist impulse posited (implicitly or explicitly) on the basis of an essentialized notion of Islam, and often colored by the assumption of a cultural predisposition towards iconoclasm.2 Subsumed under the rubrics of convenience or power, the phenomenon thus lends itself to ahistorical interpretations that elide the inevitable differences between instances of reuse taken from different cultural, chronological, and regional contexts.In order to as certain whether there are in fact discernible patterns common to the reuse of architec-tural material at different periods and in different areas of the medieval Islamic world, more detailed regional studies are required. What are offered here are some preliminary observations on the aesthetic attractions and possible iconographic associations of a class of objects reused in the medieval Islamic monuments of Egypt and Syria.
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