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Prince Abdulrahman the son of Sultan Abdulhameed the last of Ottoman Empire Rulers

Prince Abdulrahman the son of Sultan Abdulhameed the last of Ottoman Empire Rulers

Ottoman miniature

Ottoman miniature

Pyx  Attributed to a Master working for the Umayyad caliph Abd al-Rahman III (r. 912–961)     Date:      ca. 950–75  Geography:      Made in, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain  Culture:      Spanish  Medium:      Ivory  Dimensions:      Overall: 4 5/8 x 4 1/8 in. (11.7 x 10.5 cm)  Classification:      Ivories

Pyx Attributed to a Master working for the Umayyad caliph Abd al-Rahman III (r. 912–961) Date: ca. 950–75 Geography: Made in, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain Culture: Spanish Medium: Ivory Dimensions: Overall: 4 5/8 x 4 1/8 in. (11.7 x 10.5 cm) Classification: Ivories

Coat ;  11th–12th century ;  probably Spain

Coat ; 11th–12th century ; probably Spain

OTTOMAN SULTANS السلاطين العثمانيون OSMANLI SULTANLARI

OTTOMAN SULTANS السلاطين العثمانيون OSMANLI SULTANLARI

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صورة لشجرة محمد علي

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صورة لشجرة محمد علي

إسماعيل باشا İsmail Paşa. Khedive of Egypt and Sudan from 1863 to 1879. He greatly modernized Egypt and Sudan during his reign, investing heavily in industrial and economic development, urbanisation, and the expansion of the country's boundaries in Africa. However, Isma'il's policies placed Egypt and Sudan in severe debt, leading to the sale of the country's shares in the Suez Canal Company to the United Kingdom, and his ultimate toppling from power at British hands.

إسماعيل باشا İsmail Paşa. Khedive of Egypt and Sudan from 1863 to 1879. He greatly modernized Egypt and Sudan during his reign, investing heavily in industrial and economic development, urbanisation, and the expansion of the country's boundaries in Africa. However, Isma'il's policies placed Egypt and Sudan in severe debt, leading to the sale of the country's shares in the Suez Canal Company to the United Kingdom, and his ultimate toppling from power at British hands.

Africa | Koranic writing board. Hausa peoples, Nigeria | Mid to late 20th century | Wood, ink, hide | Wooden writing boards, some of them embellished with magic squares and other non-figurative designs in addition to Koranic script, serve to illustrate the long history of Islam and literacy in Africa. The boards are most often used by young Moslem students who are learning to read, write and recite Sura or passages from the Koran, Islam's sacred book.

Africa | Koranic writing board. Hausa peoples, Nigeria | Mid to late 20th century | Wood, ink, hide | Wooden writing boards, some of them embellished with magic squares and other non-figurative designs in addition to Koranic script, serve to illustrate the long history of Islam and literacy in Africa. The boards are most often used by young Moslem students who are learning to read, write and recite Sura or passages from the Koran, Islam's sacred book.

al-Zahrawi treating a patient while students look on. Islamic hospitals were sites of medical education from their establishment in the 900s CE. The most famous hospitals, including those in Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo, contained lecture rooms, pharmacies and libraries. As important as reading and mastering texts was to instruction in the Islamic tradition, many students received practical training in hospitals. Some even observed patients at the bedside.

al-Zahrawi treating a patient while students look on. Islamic hospitals were sites of medical education from their establishment in the 900s CE. The most famous hospitals, including those in Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo, contained lecture rooms, pharmacies and libraries. As important as reading and mastering texts was to instruction in the Islamic tradition, many students received practical training in hospitals. Some even observed patients at the bedside.

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