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The Directorate General of Antiquites -
Interactive Archeological Map Of  Beirut

Mamluk 1291 - 1516

Mamluk Pottery Kilns and Workshops | Beirut's Last Mamluk Monument

Mamluk Pottery Kilns and Workshops

Mamluk Pottery Kilns and Workshops

Restored Mamluk dishes in typical colors and patterns represent the wide variety of glazed and unglazed domestic wares in use at the time (AUB-British excavations). Pottery kilns were also found in the Souks area ( Lebanese University excavations 1994-1995 )


Beirut's Last Mamluk Monument

Beirut's Last Mamluk Monument

Built in 1517 by the respected Islamic religious authority Muhamed Ibn 'Iraq al-Dimashqi, the building was initially an Islamic law school and continued as the Zawiya of Ib 'Iraq until late Ottoman times. It will be restored as part of the future Souks area.

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