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I want to read this,read Muhammad the Prophet the Man, was so awesome!!

I want to read this,read Muhammad the Prophet the Man, was so awesome!!

QURAN

QURAN

Egypt - The National Library of Egypt's Collection of Mamluk Qur'an Manuscripts | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Egypt - The National Library of Egypt's Collection of Mamluk Qur'an Manuscripts | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Islamic Depictions of Mohammed with Face Hidden. This Ottoman miniature from the Siyer-i Nebi shows Islam's prophet Mohammed as he was typically portrayed in Islamic art after it was banned to show his face. The prophet is shown with his face veiled, kneeling at the Kaaba, Mecca.

Islamic Depictions of Mohammed with Face Hidden. This Ottoman miniature from the Siyer-i Nebi shows Islam's prophet Mohammed as he was typically portrayed in Islamic art after it was banned to show his face. The prophet is shown with his face veiled, kneeling at the Kaaba, Mecca.

Page from a manuscript of the Qur’an

Page from a manuscript of the Qur’an

Islamic manuscript

Islamic manuscript

Chinese Qurán from Khanfu

Chinese Qurán from Khanfu

A 14th-century AD manuscript of Zakariya ibn Muhammad al-Qazwini's Aja'ib al-makhluqat (The Wonders of Creation). Or. 14140. Copyright © The British Library Board.

A 14th-century AD manuscript of Zakariya ibn Muhammad al-Qazwini's Aja'ib al-makhluqat (The Wonders of Creation). Or. 14140. Copyright © The British Library Board.

Arabic Manuscript artworks of medicine.  Medical herbs. Manuscript artworks of six herbs which can be used to make medicines. Taken from Treatise on the Theriac, an Arabic manuscript from the 13th century. At this time Arabic medicine was more advanced than that of Europe. Theriacs were antidotes for poisons. No information on the herbs' identity available (unless you understand classical Arabic).

Arabic Manuscript artworks of medicine. Medical herbs. Manuscript artworks of six herbs which can be used to make medicines. Taken from Treatise on the Theriac, an Arabic manuscript from the 13th century. At this time Arabic medicine was more advanced than that of Europe. Theriacs were antidotes for poisons. No information on the herbs' identity available (unless you understand classical Arabic).

Illuminated Manuscript Koran

Illuminated Manuscript Koran


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