A Qur'anic Leaf In The Ḥijāzī Script On Vellum, 1st Century Of Hijra
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First Composed: 10th April 2009
Last Updated: 6th May 2009
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1st century hijra / Second half of 7th century CE.
Approximately 35.5 cm x 27.5 cm.
Script & Ornamentation
It is written in the ḥijāzī script in brown ink on vellum. There are 23 lines on recto and 21 lines on verso. No vocalization, verses indicated occasionally by four dots, a few dots and angled dashes indicating diacritical marks and consonants.
Sūrah Ibrahīm, verses 19-44.
 Arts Of The Islamic World Including Fine Carpets And Textiles, London 8 October 2008, 2008, Lot No. 3, Sotheby's: London, pp. 16-18.
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