Illuminated Manuscript Koran, The left side of a double-page illumination , Walters Art Museum Ms. W.577, fol.2a by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Illuminated Manuscript Koran, The left side of a double-page illumination , Walters Art Museum Ms. by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts.

Folio from a Quran Manuscript, Iran or Iraq

Portion of an illuminated Quran folio (full folio)Scribe Muhammad al-Zanjani, from the town of Zanjan in northwestern Iran; 531 (A. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Quran Manuscript in Maghrabi script

You can increase Islamic values in your life by learning Quran in Arabic and…

Illuminated Manuscript Koran, The right side of a double-page illumination, Walters Art Museum MS. W.575, fol. 2b by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Illuminated Manuscript Koran, The right side of a double-page illumination, Walters Art Museum MS. (by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts)

A manuscript page of the Qur'an in the script developed in al-Andalus, 12th century

Al-Ándalus Medieval Islamic Spain - A manuscript page of the Qur'an in the script developed in al-Andalus, century

Africa | Decorated pages from a miniature Koran. The decoration shows the typical Islam magic design that accompanied the penetration of Islam to the sub-Saharan Africa. | Hausa people, Nigeria | Period; late 17th - early 18th century | Image ©Werner Forman Archive

Africa | Decorated pages from a miniature Koran. The decoration shows the typical Islam magic design that accompanied the penetration of Islam to the sub-Saharan Africa. | Hausa people, Nigeria | Period; late 17th - early 18th century | Image ©Werner Forman Archive

Folio from a Qur'an Manuscript Muhammad al-Zanjani Object Name: Non-illustrated manuscript, folio Date: dated A.H. 531/ A.D. 1137 Geography: Iran

Eight folios of this dispersed Qur'an are held in the Museum collection. Among these folios is the colophon page, with the signature of the scribe Muhammad al‑Zanjani from the town of Zanjan, in northwestern Iran, and the date of completion, A

Manuscript of the Qur'an Iran (Shiraz), 16th century Manuscripts; codices Ink…

Manuscript of the Qur'an Iran (Shiraz), century Manuscripts; codices Ink, gold and colors on paper 13 x 8 in. x cm) The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, gift of Joan Palevsky

A Chinese manuscript of the Quran, made in the 1700s.

Surat 12 Yusuf (Joseph), Joseph of the Coat of Many Colors, Joseph who is sold into slavery by his brothers. This is one of the most beautiful chapters of the Qur'an.a most wonderful telling of this story.

This small, illuminated single-volume copy of Qurʾan was produced in Iran in the thirteenth century AH / nineteenth CE. The manuscript opens with an illuminated double-page incipit with the verses of chapter 1 (Sūrat al-fātiḥah) and the initial verses of chapter 2 (Sūrat al-baqarah) decorated with interlinear illumination and framed by a polychrome border and headpieces of floral design on a blue ground (fols. 2b-3a) . The text is written in a vocalized naskh script in black with reading…

left side - Illuminated Manuscript Koran, The right side of a double-page illumination, Walters Art Museum MS. (by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts)

Leaf from a Koran written in Bihari Northern India; c. 1400 24.1 × 21.7 cm

Leaf from a Koran written in Bihari Northern India; 1400 is written in Bihari – a local Indian variant of the classical Naskh.

Qur'anic Verses (56:77-9) on Carpet Page, manuscript, Mamluk (Egypt),1300 CE - 1499 CE

The script on this page is thuluth, a cursive script typical of the Mamluk period centuries) in Egypt. The background of spiral scrollwork used on this decorative page is also characteristic of Korans of this period Calligrapher: unknown.

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