مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 6, Numéro 21, Pages 88-109
الكاتب : السعيد وئام .
Architecture independent kingdoms in Ifriqiya in the Late Middle Ages: breaking or continuation with the Ifriqiyan artistic traditions After the fall of the Fatimid dynasty Zirid predecessor big cited had become city-states founded by Governors who rebelled against the central power of Kairouan during the 11 centuries, these independent emirates were localized within countries on the odds, local principalities are the banujamaain Gabes, Sfaxbanubarghawata to the Ziridin mahdia, banukhourassen in Tunis, banu el-ward in bizerte, banu el rand in Gafsa. it was a turning point between the high and the low average age. Our question here is about the study of different artistic aspects of this period breaking or continuation with the character of Ifriqiyan Mediterranean and Arab-Muslim world general as a whole. I choose to address a specific topic wich is the religious architecture and I divide it in too parts that currency work in two parts, the first, was based on a monumental directory for example the Grand Mosque Zaytouna the Ksar Mosque, the Mosque of Mahres, the Great Mosque of Sfax, the great mosque of Bizerte kasaba, Mosque of Gafsa, and the second one the origins of artistic inspiration is evoked this period according to the mihrabs , domes, facades.
Architecture; kingdoms;Ifriqiya;Middle Ages;Fatimid dynasty Zirid; Kairouan;different artistic;Ifriqiyan Mediterranean;Arab-Muslim