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WEST AFRICAN SUDANO SAHELIAN ARCHITECTURE


Contrary to popular belief, Africa is a continent rich with numerous architectural traditions, among the most notable being the Sudano Sahelian style, spread across West Africa.

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The Mud Traditional Architecture of the Sudan and Saudi Arabia: The Difference In Employment Techniques – Ahmed Ibrahim & Osman Ahmed
The Inland Niger Delta before the Empire of Mali: Evidence from Jenne-Jeno – Robert J. Mcintosh & Susan Keech Mcintosh
An Introduction to Indigenous African Architecture Labelle Prussin The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. 33, No. 3. (Oct., 1974), pp. 182-205. – Labelle Prussin
Issues of Cultural Conservation and Tourism Development in the Process of World Heritage Development – Oussouby Sacko
Bricks and Urbanism in the Indus Valley rise and decline – Aurangzeb Kahn & Carsten Lemmen
Mudbricks and the Process Construction in the Middle Bronze Age Southern Levant – Robert S. Homsher
Old Walled City of Shibam – UNESCO
Thermal Behaviour of Adobe Constructions – Mariah Parrah & William Batty
Chapter Title: The Djenné Mosque World Heritage and Social Renewal in a West African Town Chapter Author(s) – Trevor H.J. Marchand
Masons of Djenne – Trevor Hugh James Marchand
Dictionary of Islamic Architecture – Andrew Peterson
Archaeology and Mud Wall Decay in a West African Village – Roderick J Mcintosh
Maximizing Mud: Lofty Reinforced-Mud Domes Built with the Assistance of Supernatural Powers in Hausaland – Susan B. Aradeon
Fulani-Hausa Architecture – Labelle Prussin
The Architecture of Islam in West Africa – Labelle Prussin
West African Earthworks – Labelle Prussin
The Archaeology of Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review – Timothy Insol
West African Mud Architecture: Frobenius Institute Research – Eike Haberland
DEVELOPMENT OF TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN NIGERIA: A CASE
STUDY OF HAUSA HOUSE FORM – Oluwagbemiga Paul Agboola, Modi Sule Zango

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