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|"Umayyad Survivals and Mamluk Revivals: Qalawunid Architecture and the Great Mosque of Damascus"||Ibn Khaldun; Fischel, 1952, p|
"Commemorating the Sacred Spaces of the Past: The Mamluks and the Umayyad Mosque at Damascus".
|Calcani, Giuliana; Abdulkarim, Maamoun 2003||Bowersock and Brown, 2001, pp|
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|Winter and Levanoni, 2004, p||"The Two Great Syrian Umayyad Mosques: Jerusalem and Damascus"|
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