12 centuries of Quran patch in Abbasid period

April 05, 2022 / 8:01 PM
Sharjah24: The Holy Quran Academy in Sharjah includes a museum of Quran anecdotes, and this museum is full of precious Quranic ships, which we will learn about in 8 episodes during the “Precious Manuscripts” programme, which is presented by “Sharjah 24” on Tuesdays and Thursdays of every week throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
A patch of the Holy Quran written in the Abbasid period in the third Hijri-ninth century CE, explained by Dr. Bahaa Al Deen Dundis, from the Studies and Research Department of the Holy Quran Academy in Sharjah, explaining that the manuscript was written in bold kufic script in black ink, and starts from verse 58 and 59 of Surat Al Hajj.

Dandis explains, during the first episode of the “Precious Manuscripts” programme, that the parsing movements are in the form of small red circles, with undotted text, and wide margins have been left on the edges, especially the horizontal ones, which indicate prosperity and luxury, they are usually made for one of the sultans.
April 05, 2022 / 8:01 PM

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