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As far as we know, writing the al-hilyah al-sharifah in the form of a panel is a calligraphic tradition than began with Hafiz Osman (A.H. 1050 / C.E. 1642 - A.H. 1110/ C.E. 1698). The hilyah is based upon a description of the attributes of the Prophet (pbuh) by the Caliph 'Ali and consists of four principal sections. At the top is the basmalah; below it is the central medallion containing the text of the hilyah, as well as the names of the four Rightly Guided Caliphs at the four corners; below this is a rectangle containing a verse from the Holy Qur'an referring to the Prophet (pbuh), and at the bottom is the rest of the text of the hilyah. Although this arrangement is common, there are other arrangements as well. Most often, thulth, naskh,  muhaqqaq, and nasta'liq scripts were employed in hilyahs, and the most widespread are those in thulth and naskh. Having sumptuous appearance in terms of both calligraphy and illumination, hilyahs provided an opportunity for calligraphers and illuminators to prov their skill. They were, and continue to be, among the most sought after calligraphic panels.

Calligraphy: Mehmed Ozcay
Script: Thulth and naskh
Date: A.H. 1415 (C.E. 1995)
Illumination: Fatma Ozcay
Dimensions: 59 x 73
Publication Date: 2008
Print Run: 500

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