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About: Islamic Ceramic Museum
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Islamic

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Nineteenth Century
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Museum
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Location: 

Cairo

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Cairo
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Constructed: 

1943 AD
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Glossary

Abbasid: 

Abbasid is the second Islamic dynasty. This Arabic family was descended from Abbas, the uncle of the Prophet Muhammad. The Abbasids ruled in Egypt in AD 750-868 and AD 905-935.

Ayyubid: 

Islamic dynasty of Kurdish origin that ruled Egypt from AD 1171-1250

Fatimid: 

Islamic Shi'ite dynasty that ruled Egypt AD 969-1171

Islam: 

the name of a religion that is centered on the Qur'an, the word of God as passed through the Prophet Muhammad

Ottoman: 

Ottoman is a Turkish dynasty founded by Osman the First. Thus, Ottoman relates to the Ottoman Empire or its people, language, or culture. The Ottomans ruled Egypt from AD 1517 to 1805.

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