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n Ekklesiastikos Pharos - Αναπαυση και ευωχια στο δρομο τησ μεταξησ : τα καραβαν-σεραγια στο ανατολικο συνορο του : research article

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Abstract

One of the most important institutions during the 13th c. that served merchandising was the 'khans' or caravansarays. Their role was strategic, providing shelter to the travelers, pilgrims etc., that was moving between the Black Sea to the Mediterranean sores and Middle East. Caravaserays are mainly connected to the Seljuk emirates and their construction follows a very interesting architecture type. Particular emphasis is given to the Anatolian examples of caravanserays from the Seljuk period.

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2013-01-01
2016-12-06
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