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View of Islamic Art Rustam Killing The White Elephant Illustration From The Shahnama Persian Miniature Biblioteca Nazionale Naples Italy.

Islamic Depictions of Mohammed with Face Hidden. This Ottoman miniature from the Siyer-i Nebi shows Islam's prophet Mohammed as he was typically portrayed in Islamic art after it was banned to show his face. The prophet is shown faceless, kneeling at the Kaaba, Mecca.

Islamic Depictions of Mohammed with Face Hidden Mohammed praying at the Kaaba in Mecca. Siyer-i Nebi, Turkish epic written by Mustafa, original manuscript completed in illustrated during reign of Murad III and completed in Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul.

Damascus gate, Jerusalem. Late-Ottoman era, ca. 1900.

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Damascus gate in Jerusalem late Ottoman era ca.

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Mohammed at the Kaaba. Miniature from the Ottoman Empire, c. 1595. In The Topkapi Museum, Istanbul.  (Hat tip: Jos.)

Kaaba-Siyer-i-Nebi - 1595

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Islamic miniature from Persia (c.), depicting Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi giving the call to prayer

Tyndale, Walter (1855-1943) - An Artist in Egypt 1912, The tomb of Sheykh Abd-El-Deym. #egypt

Tyndale, Walter - An Artist in Egypt The tomb of Sheykh Abd-El-Deym.



Kaaba - Kabe - c.1860

Lines of pilgrims waiting to enter the Al-Masjid al-Haram mosque, the site of the Kaaba, the holiest site in Islam. After a century illustration. From L'Histoire Universelle Ancienne et Moderne, published in Strasbourg c

View of the sanctuary at Mecca, Mecca, 17th or 18th century, opaque watercolour, gold, silver and ink on paper, 65 x 48 cm, Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art © Nour Foundation. Courtesy of the Khalili Family Trust.

Hajj at the British Museum Hajj: Journey to the Heart of Islam explores the Hajj, the journey to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, which is central to the Muslim faith.