Islamic Museum in Makkah – Part 4

August 17, 2010 at 5:15 am 5 comments

A brass crescent belonging to one of the minarets of the Holy Mosque dating back to 1299 H

Ash.0.0...-Shumaisi stone moldings dating back to tenth century of the Hijrah

Ash-Shumaisi moldings which used to be above one of the entrance of the Holy Mosque.

A marble arch facade of one of the doors to the holy Mosque dating back to 984 H

Two marble tiles:on one is engraved a cypress and on the other a palm-tree like shape dating back to 1201 H

A wooden door of the Holy Mosque Dating back to the early years of the fourteenthcentury of the Hijrah.

A pillar's base of granite from the twelve th century on Al Hijrah.

A copper pillar which used to be on of the pillars around the Mataf dating back to the First Saudi construction of the Holy Mosque.

A copper door of the Holy Mosque dating Back to First Saudi construction.

Four inscriptions on two stone pillars Recording the reconstruction of the Stance (Maqam) during the reign of the Mamluki Sultan Ashraf Abu An-Nasr Iinal H 858 and Sultan Gansoh Gowry H 915.

The circling nave before the First Saudi Expansion and you can see the wooden stairecase of Al Kaabah behind Zamzam building.

A copper-plated leaf of a door to the pulpit of Sultan Sulaymaan Bin Saliim Khan the Holy Mosque.He ordered it to b made in 966H.

weights made of led used to fix the Kiswa of the Holy Ka'ba dating back to the Saudi era

Copper rings used to fix the Kiswa of the Holy Ka'ba dating back to the Saudi era.

The curtain of the Holy Ka'aba door

A Golden board made of six pieces,on an iron base on which Quranic verses are engraved.This used to be on the Ka'ba wall.dated1119H

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Islamic Museum in Makkah – Part 3 In and around Masjid al Nnabawi

5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. muneer cp  |  August 17, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    Its Nice to See

    Reply
  • 2. hamzakm  |  August 17, 2010 at 9:32 pm

    very nice and fentastic

    Reply
  • 3. Dr.Bushra Asima  |  August 18, 2010 at 4:45 am

    very nice and informative to see so many historical facts about the islamic museum

    Reply
  • 4. ummuzahid  |  August 23, 2010 at 1:36 pm

    thank u very much for ur informatic posts, Allah with u, proceed with confidence…..

    Reply
  • 5. Zaid Builder  |  June 29, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    awsum collection
    JAZAK ALLAH

    Reply

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