The Sword Of Prophet Muhammad (SallalAllahu Alaih Wa AlayhE Wasallam) -Kept In Topkapi Museum Istanbul, Turky.  Sword Name: Hataf     Admin: rAzA    From FB: Muhammad (S.A.W) - The Last Messenger

The Sword Of Prophet Muhammad (SallalAllahu Alaih Wa AlayhE Wasallam) -Kept In…

Bifolio from a Mamluk Qur˒an  Bifolio from a Qur˒an, in Arabic  Mamluk 14th or 15th century On paper 400 x 287 mm

Mamluk Qur˒an

Mamluk Qur˒an. Bifolio from a Mamluk Qur˒an Bifolio from a Qur˒an, in Arabic Mamluk or century. With the increased use of paper and the adoption of more upright scripts, the oblong format of the early vellum Qur˒ans gave way to a vertical one.

A QUR'AN LEAF IN EASTERN KUFIC SCRIPT ON PAPER, PERSIA, 11TH-12TH CENTURY- Surat 2 Baqara (The Cow), verses 146-150 here & next page (reverse) at right.  Longest chapter of the Qur'an: First chapter (Fatiha) sums up in 7 beautiful verses the essence of the Quran, so this chapter in 286 verses sums up the whole teaching of the Qur'an.Here is Moses, Jesus, Abraham, ending with exhortation to Faith, Obedience, a sense of Personal Responsibility, and Prayer. (A Shabbas)

A QUR'AN LEAF IN EASTERN KUFIC SCRIPT ON PAPER, PERSIA, 11TH-12TH CENTURY- Surat 2 Baqara (The Cow), verses 146-150 here & next page (reverse) at right. Longest chapter of the Qur'an: First chapter (Fatiha) sums up in 7 beautiful verses the essence of the Quran, so this chapter in 286 verses sums up the whole teaching of the Qur'an.Here is Moses, Jesus, Abraham, ending with exhortation to Faith, Obedience, a sense of Personal Responsibility, and Prayer. (A Shabbas)

Quran'ic text with interlinear Persian translation,from an illuminated of the Koran 1323 CE by Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb.

Quran'ic text with interlinear Persian translation,from an illuminated of the Koran 1323 CE by Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb.

Heading for Surat 6 Anaam (Cattle/Livestock), verses 1-near end of 7: "Praise belongs to God who created the heavens & the earth & made darkness & light; yet the disbelievers set up equals to their Lord!" . . .So they denied the truth when it came to them, but the very thing they laughed at will be brought home to them." (MAS Abdel Haleem trans). Preceded by Surat 5 Ma-ida (Table) - top 1/3 of page. Black, red, brown[?] ink on paper, Iran, ca.10th century. 10.5x7" / 27x19cm. (A Shabbas)

Folio from a Qur'an Manuscript Object Name:Folio from a non-illustrated manuscript Date:probably century Geography:Iran

Surat 1 Fatiha (The Opening), this time taking up the space of two facing pages. It begins on right side (as Arabic books open from the right. . while Western books open from what Arabs would consider "the back"). Fatiha is said to contain in its seven short verses, the essence of the Qur'an. It is likened to David's 23rd Psalm of the Christian OT. Mamluk Qur'an. donated by Shaban II to his foundation in 1376, four years after it was copied on the fifteenth day of Muharram AH 774. (A…

Translated by Ammar AlShukryAn abridged translation of the work of Shaykh Umar Badahdah: Part IThe Beginning StepsMemorizingRevisingTying It All TogetherDifferencesI.

QUR 589.1–2perhaps Syria12th century ADink, gold and opaque watercolour on papercopied in thulth script; 19 lines to the page28 x 18.5cmText: surah al-Baqarah (II), verses 120–161.

QUR century ADink, gold and opaque watercolour on papercopied in thulth script; 19 lines to the x surah al-Baqarah (II), verses

One-half of Double Page Frontispiece from a Qur'an  Egypt or Syria, or Anatolia (perhaps Konya), late 13th-early 14th century  Manuscripts; folios  Ink, gold and colors on paper  9 5/8 x 7 1/2 in. (23.3 x 18.3 cm)

One-half of Double Page Frontispiece from a Qur'an Egypt or Syria, or Anatolia (perhaps Konya), late century Manuscripts; folios Ink, gold and colors on paper 9 x 7 in.

I've enjoyed investigating many Qur'an pages. .  from museums, libraries, and even ebay . .but this one is STUNNING! Enlarge it and look at it!  The Heading is for Surat 18 Kahf (The Cave). Summary: The Qur'an points a direction we need to be heading. Life is brief & our ideas of Time are defective.(Yusuf Ali commentary). Safavid, Persia, circa 1575 AD. It's tiny 3/5X6 inches. . making it super exquisite! (A Shabbas)

I've enjoyed investigating many Qur'an pages. . from museums, libraries, and even ebay . .but this one is STUNNING! Enlarge it and look at it! The Heading is for Surat 18 Kahf (The Cave). Summary: The Qur'an points a direction we need to be heading. Life is brief & our ideas of Time are defective.(Yusuf Ali commentary). Safavid, Persia, circa 1575 AD. It's tiny 3/5X6 inches. . making it super exquisite! (A Shabbas)

Illuminated Folio Qur’an Yaqut al-Musta‘simi 13th and 16th Century, Iraq and Turkey (Chester Beatty Library)

Illuminated Folio Qur’an Yaqut al-Musta‘simi and Century, Iraq and Turkey (Chester Beatty Library)

These two leaves from an early Qur'an are written in kufic script in dark brown ink, with vowel markings in red. 10th century  Geography:Attributed to Iran  Medium:Ink and gold on parchment  Dimensions:4 7/8 x 7in.

These two leaves from an early Qur& are written in kufic script in dark brown ink, with vowel markings in red. century Geography:Attributed to Iran Medium:Ink and gold on parchment x

Ibrahim Sultan (1394–1435), grandson of Timur and governor of Shiraz, was a patron of the book arts and an accomplished calligrapher in his own right. This Qur'an manuscript, executed in an elegant naskh script, was written by the ruler himself, signed and dated to June 1427

Qur'an of Ibrahim Sultan Date: dated A. 1427 Geography: Iran, probably Shiraz Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions: H. cm) Spine: 1 in. cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art

One-half of Double Page Frontispiece from a Qur'an  Egypt or Syria, or Anatolia (perhaps Konya), late 13th-early 14th century  Manuscripts; folios  Ink, gold and colors on paper  9 5/8 x 7 1/2 in. (23.3 x 18.3 cm)

One-half of Double Page Frontispiece from a Qur'an Egypt or Syria, or Anatolia (perhaps Konya), late century Manuscripts; folios Ink, gold and colors on paper 9 x 7 in.

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