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Ancient Old Kufic Inscription on Marble Column At the Great Mosque of Kairouan

Ancient Old Kufic Inscription on Marble Column At the Great Mosque of Kairouan

Ancient Roman column within the mosque, showcasing an intricate and finely engraved inscription. The column is made of marble, displaying its historical significance and architectural beauty. The inscription on the column is in Arabic Kufic script and reads "Muhammad is the messenger of God." This phrase is the translation of the second part of the Shahada, which is a fundamental declaration of faith in Islam. It affirms the belief in the prophethood of Muhammad as the final messenger sent by God.

Image ID#: 30404 / Category: Religion, Architecture / Price: 499$
Ancient Old Kufic Inscription on Marble Column At the Great Mosque of Kairouan
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