How Medina Residents Keep their documents for future generations?


Inscription From Edqes in Al-Medina City Containing Basmala

bi-smi llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm >< بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ

The residents of Medina have a modern and knowledgeable society, we see from their relics on the inscription with fixed and fixed hand quality. Has given birth to a great documentation for us today.

They store information on stone walls, making it easier for us to read the information they reveal to us today

Lots of past relics of Medina country both before Christ and after Christ


Early Islamic Inscription dated to year 158 AH containing a supplement asking forgiveness for its writer and his parent and to whom reads this inscription and said, Amin.


Dear Allah! forgive Muhammad bin Muaz bin Abi saad Al-Ansary then for my brother Bani Salim.


Inscription From 2nd Century AH/8th AD

O Allah Pray
On Muhammad
The Prophet Slave
Your Messenger
and peace be upon
and blessing from Allah

These objects are located at Al Madina Museum in Al Hejaz Railway Station. Please visit and see The Maps

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