This Qur’an is written in maghribi script, a cursive writing style that evolved from Kufic script in the 10th century. The term maghribi, meaning “Western” in Arabic, refers to northwestern Africa and Spain, where this style was established. Two characteristics of this writing style are the use of fine lines and sweeping curves.
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