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Single-Volume Qur'an with Depictions of the Two Holy Sanctuaries
Single-Volume Qur'an with Depictions of the Two Holy Sanctuaries
Single-Volume Qur'an with Depictions of the Two Holy Sanctuaries

Photo credit: The Khalili Collections

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The illuminated opening spread includes two medallions with depictions of the Masjid al-Haram (folio 1b) and the Prophet's mosque (folio 2a). For another Qur'an in the Collection with a full-page view of Mecca, see QUR 27.

The Khalili Collections

London


Date

1211 AH (1797)

Medium

ink, gold & opaque watercolour on paper

Accession number

10406

Work type

Drawing & watercolour


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The Khalili Collections

London, Greater London England

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