The University of Birmingham has made available online the first images of fragments of a nearly 1,400-year-old Quran. The fragments, which were discovered in Birmingham in 2015, may have been written during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
The fragments are written on parchment and contain verses from the Quran, the holy book of Islam. The text is written in a style that is similar to early Quranic manuscripts, and the fragments are believed to be among the oldest surviving copies of the Quran.
The University of Birmingham has made the images of the fragments available online in order to share them with the world and to allow scholars to study them further. The images can be viewed on the University of Birmingham’s website.
The discovery of the fragments is significant because it provides new insights into the early history of the Quran. The fragments are among the oldest surviving copies of the Quran, and they provide evidence of how the Quran was written and used in the early days of Islam.
The fragments are also significant because they are a reminder of the rich history and culture of Islam. The Quran is one of the most important texts in Islam, and the fragments are a tangible link to the early days of the religion.
The University of Birmingham is committed to sharing the fragments with the world and to allowing scholars to study them further. The images of the fragments can be viewed on the University of Birmingham’s website.
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