Faculty of Archaeology

Prof.Dr. Asmaa Mohamed Ismail

Contact Information
Phone Number: 084 6300587                          
Fax Number: 084 6302350
E-mail Address: ami00@fayoum.edu.eg
Office: Bulding Of Faculty Archaeology - Islamic Department
Post Address: Fayoum University - Faculty of Archaeology - Islamic Department - POBox: 63514
Academic Qualifications
B. A.: Islamic Archaeology – Faculty of Archaeology – Cairo University – 1993 .
M. Sc.: Islamic Archaeology – Faculty of Archaeology - Cairo University – 2001 .
Ph.D.: Islamic Archaeology – Faculty of Archaeology - Cairo University – 2007 .
Academic Positions
Demonstrator : from 1995 to 2001 .
Assistant Lecturer : 2001 to 2007 .
Lecturer : From 2007 to 2014 .
Assistant Professor: From 2014 to 2022 .
Professor: From 2022 until now .
Research Interests
I'm interested in Studying Islamic architecture in the West Islamic World Specially the Islamic architecture in The north Africa.
I'm interested in Studying Islamic architecture in the East Islamic World Specially the Turkish architecture in the middle Asia
I'm interested in Studying Islamic History
I'm interested in Studying Islamic C painting
I'm interested in Reading the Medical Science
الرسائل العلمية
“The effect of overCrowded buildingin Cairo in the Ayyubid and Mamluk periods”
Islamic citysecurity applied study on CairoArchitecture from its beginning to the end onMamlouksege.
الأبحاث العلمية
The role of the natural environment in shaping patterns of Turkish architecture in the eastern Muslim world
Mutual influencesonsome Planning religiouscity of Cairo, and some architectural and decorativeelementsthroughout the ages
A study of the Turkish artistic inherited, Application on some Islamic buildings in the Asia Minor until 708AH/1308AD
Archaeologycal Description to the monastery of al-malak in Fayoum and analytical study of the bricks used in the construction.
The impact of the spatial juxtaposition on the design of the religious buildings within the walls of Fatimid Cairo
The Syrian effects on some Styles of Islamic architecture in Anatolia until the end of Seljuk age.
The architectural heritage of Darfur and its historical capital, Al Fasher
Urban and Architectural features of the Archeological city of Omdurman
Bayt al Caliph Abdullah, in Omdurman, an Architectural Archaeological Study.
The Khedive Mosque, Abbas Hilmi II, in Khartoum an architectural archaeological study.
The forts ofMahdia remaining on the banks of the Nile Omdurman case study
Sultan Ali Dinar's Palace in Al Fasher An Architectural Archaeological Study.
Antiques dedicated to Sultan Ali Dinar, artistic archaeological study.
conventional weapons of The Sultan Ali Dinar Museum in Al Fasher Archaeological and Artistic study.
The relationship between wind pressure and the architectural formation of the Mamluk minarets in Al-Mu?izz Street, Cairo City.
Renting Houses in Islamic cities: an archaeological study in light of al-Kindi's story by al-G?a?h?iz?