Medium : Wood Pulp
Dimensions : Length 7inches Breadth 5inches Weight 100g
Museum Location : Monson Edition
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This The Holy Quran clearly depicts the decorative arts used in the architecture, including the interior of the mausoleum.
In ancient times all sorts of precious, material things were presented at public receptions, the first thing offered being usually The Holy Quran.
Here raw paper after parchment paper from wood pulp soon turns yellow and brittle. This The Holy Quran came into the hands of the readers after the scroll. The wood pulp and characters formed from the wedge-shaped marks a style of writing known as cuneiform. The intricate designs of geometric patterns emboldened with gold and designs on the sides of each sheet reveal the designs and their writings.