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A collection of historical architecture development in Persian Gulf

Victoria University
Mr Sam Kashuk (Aggregated by)
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Sam.Rassaei-Kashuk@vu.edu.au

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All rights reserved – private research and study only, fair use, any other use requires contact for permissionThe collection contains works owned by other parties which may have separate licensing and usage restrictions.

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Brief description

The collection contains books, papers, maps, pictures, diagrams, notes on historical architecture development in the Persian Gulf. These have been collected through field studies, note takings, from libraries, archive and others sources. The data has been analysed with regard to environmental sustainability. Most of the collection is in digital format (images, scans, PDF). The collection contains items in English and Persian. Project Organization Unit: School of Engineering and Science, Victoria University

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Number of items: several hundred

Data time period: 1750-01-01

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iso3166: PGS

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