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16th century illustration depicting Muhammad prohibiting the intercalation of the calendar. From an illustrated manuscript of Al-Biruni's 11th c. Vestiges of the Past (Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Arabe 1489 fol. 5v (country of origin unknown).

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  1. ^ Described as "muhammad interdisant l'intercalation" (Muhammed prohibiting intercalation) in the Bibliotheque Nationale on-line catalog Mandragore


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  • (del) (cur) 20:08, 19 September 2006 . . Moshe Katslav ( Talk | contribs) . . 600×360 (53,646 bytes) (Middle Ages painting depicting Mohammed. From a manuscript in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris (Manuscrits Arabe, 1489 page. 5v). Due to the passage of centuries, there is no copyright over the painting. Even if it were still under copy)

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