Mihrab or niche in the wall of a mosque at Anjar (8th century CE) that indicates the qibla or direction to Mecca, decorated by an apex arch lintel carved with vegetal carving above Byzantine characters.
Original illustration by Fatema AlSulaiti.
Uploaded by Mark Cartwright, published on 06 March 2013 under the following license: Copyright. You cannot use, copy, distribute, or modify this item without explicit permission from the author.
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