Fatimid Caliphate - Wikipedia

Fatimid Caliphate - Wikipedia

Fatimid Caliphate - Fatimid Caliphate - Wikipedia

Fatimid Caliphate - Fatimid Caliphate - Wikipedia

Fatimid Caliphate - Wikipedia

Fatimid Caliphate - Wikipedia

An important Fatimid carved marble cenotaph, Egypt or Tunisia, dated 402 AH/ 1011 CE of typical form, with step base and polygonal upper section, decorated along the sides with long friezes of carved foliated Kufic script, the ends with stylised palmettes 160cm. length 22cm. height 17cm. width inscriptions The basmala, the tasliya; Qur'an chapters CXII (al-Ikhlas); IX (al-Tawba), verses 128 & 129 and II (al-Baqara), verse 255, followed by: 'This is the tomb of al-Qamar daughter of al-A'la wh

An important Fatimid carved marble cenotaph, Egypt or Tunisia, dated 402 AH/ 1011 CE of typical form, with step base and polygonal upper section, decorated along the sides with long friezes of carved foliated Kufic script, the ends with stylised palmettes 160cm. length 22cm. height 17cm. width inscriptions The basmala, the tasliya; Qur'an chapters CXII (al-Ikhlas); IX (al-Tawba), verses 128 & 129 and II (al-Baqara), verse 255, followed by: 'This is the tomb of al-Qamar daughter of al-A'la wh

Ancient Islamic Fatimid Fustat Egypt Very Large Glazed Oil Lamp 1050-1150          The Fatimid Caliphate (Arabic: الفاطميون/ al-Fāṭimiyyūn) was a Isma'ili Shi'a Muslim caliphate that spanned a large area of the Arab World, from the Red Sea in the east to the Atlantic Ocean in the west. Originally based in Tunisia, the Fatimid dynasty extended their rule across the Mediterranean coast of Africa, and ultimately...  Expand this post »

Ancient Islamic Fatimid Fustat Egypt Very Large Glazed Oil Lamp 1050-1150 The Fatimid Caliphate (Arabic: الفاطميون/ al-Fāṭimiyyūn) was a Isma'ili Shi'a Muslim caliphate that spanned a large area of the Arab World, from the Red Sea in the east to the Atlantic Ocean in the west. Originally based in Tunisia, the Fatimid dynasty extended their rule across the Mediterranean coast of Africa, and ultimately... Expand this post »

Ancient East - 2 Fatimid Caliphate of Egypt. Al-Hakim (996 - 1021 A.D.) silver half dirhams minted between 386 - 400 A.H. (996 - 1010  A.D.). (2)

Ancient East - 2 Fatimid Caliphate of Egypt. Al-Hakim (996 - 1021 A.D.) silver half dirhams minted between 386 - 400 A.H. (996 - 1010 A.D.). (2)

Fatimid wooden plank with musicians and dancers, 11th century Wood plank with daily life scenes in the Fatimid court. Detail of playing music and dancing. Originally used as decoration on the walls of the Western Fatimid palace such planks were re-used in the Mamluk period to cover the walls of the Mausoleum of Sultan Qalawin but installed reversed as fitting for a religious building. Country of Origin: Egypt Culture: Islamic. Date/Period: Fatimid, 11th C AD. Place of Origin: Cairo. Credit…

Fatimid wooden plank with musicians and dancers, 11th century Wood plank with daily life scenes in the Fatimid court. Detail of playing music and dancing. Originally used as decoration on the walls of the Western Fatimid palace such planks were re-used in the Mamluk period to cover the walls of the Mausoleum of Sultan Qalawin but installed reversed as fitting for a religious building. Country of Origin: Egypt Culture: Islamic. Date/Period: Fatimid, 11th C AD. Place of Origin: Cairo. Credit…

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