Technology, Tradition and Survival: Aspects of Material Culture in the Middle East and Central Asia

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1 Pul-i-Kashgan bridge, Iran
2 Windmills at Khaf
3 Mill roofscape in Nishtafun
4 Afghan millwheel (Islam-Qala)
5 Vitruvian millwheel at Pol-e-Shahrestan, outside Isfahan
6 Band-e Gerger at Shushtar, mills in foreground
7 Drop-tower at Esteban
8 Paired drop-towers at Shushtar
9 A new millstone for an Afghan mill in Band-e Amir
10 Wind-wheel at Nishtafun
11 Reed mat sails at Chahar Farsakh, near Neh
12 Stones and grinding place at Fin
13 The shoe feeding grain to the stones
14 Horizontal millwheel at Esteban
15 The western of the two surviving towers of the Hazar Jarib
16 The eastern tower of the Hazar Jarib
17 The interior of the eastern tower of the Hazar Jarib
18 Painted towers near Lenjan
19 An ice-house near Sabzevar
20 An ice-house with its shade wall near Yazd
21 Ögödey Qu'an with his sons

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