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Written in Stone: Islamic Period Inscriptions
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Naskh (8)

Translation
With the grace of God
this grand school was a Mowhibat as-Sayhaniyahb [donation]
built by Mustafa bin Mohammad and named al-Ihsaniyah,
from Baldodinah who resided at al-Madinah
In the year 1275 AH [=1858 AD].

With the grace of God this grand school was a Mowhibat as-Sayhaniyahb [donation] built by Mustafa bin Mohammad and named al-Ihsaniyah, from Baldodinah who resided at al-Madinah In the year 1275 AH [=1858 AD].
With the grace of God this grand school was a Mowhibat as-Sayhaniyahb [donation] built by Mustafa bin Mohammad and named al-Ihsaniyah, from Baldodinah who resided at al-Madinah In the year 1275 AH [=1858 AD]. With the grace of God this grand school was a Mowhibat as-Sayhaniyahb [donation] built by Mustafa bin Mohammad and named al-Ihsaniyah, from Baldodinah who resided at al-Madinah In the year 1275 AH [=1858 AD].
Foundation stone of a school
Marble
45cm x 49cm x 3cm
1275 (AH) [=1858 AD]
NMSA Object #905
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