Gardens and fountains in al-Andalus through poetry

Celia del Moral

Gardens and fountains in al Andalus through poetryProvides data about gardens and plants in al-Andalus as included in Andalusian poetry by way of collecting a representative sample of the descriptive and landscape genre called rawdiyyat and nawriyyat (poems about gardens and flowers).Materials gathered have been classified according to main subjects: general description of gardens and woods; trees and plants; flowers and their varieties; fruits and vegetables; and water in gardens and orchards: water wheels, streams, fountains, ponds, etc.

Full text: Jardines y Fuentes

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