1 History 2 Artists 3 Usage 4 Style 5 Scripts developed from Thuluth 6 See also 7 References 8 External links
Fragments of repeated Shi'i blessings (al-salam 'alayka) in Arabic directed to Husayn, the Prophet Muhammad's grandson through his son-in-law 'Ali. He is addressed by his many names and epithets, such as the "servant of God" (abd Allah), "son of the Prophet" (ibn rasul), "goodness of God" (khayrat Allah), "son of the Leader of the Faithful" (ibn amir al-mu'minin), and "son of Fatimah, the radiant" (ibn Fatimah al-zahra'). Script: Indian thuluth.
Muhammed's name with
The greatest contributions to the evolution of the
The first revolution occurred in the 15th century and was initiated by
the master calligrapher Şeyh Hamdullah.
The second revolution resulted from the work of the Ottoman
The best known artist to write the
calligraphic panel written by Mustafa Rakim
Ibn Muqlah Islamic calligraphy Mohammad Hosni
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Sun and moon letters
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