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Kufic Inscription on Marble Column Inside the Great Mosque of Kairouan

Kufic Inscription on Marble Column Inside the Great Mosque of Kairouan

The column bears an engraving in the early Arabic Kufic script, which forms the first part of the Shahada, a fundamental declaration of faith in Islam. The script is carefully etched onto the weathered surface of the column, highlighting the historical significance of the inscription. In elegant calligraphic style, the words read, "There is no god but God." The phrase serves as a concise and powerful testament to the monotheistic beliefs of Islam. Each letter is meticulously formed with geometric precision, reflecting the artistic beauty and intricate craftsmanship of the Kufic script.

Image ID#: 30418 / Category: Religion, Architecture / Price: 499$
Kufic Inscription on Marble Column Inside the Great Mosque of Kairouan
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