Did Muhammad Understand Trinity?

Did Muhammad Understand Trinity?

A depiction of Muhammad receiving his first revelation from the angel Gabriel. From the manuscript Jami' al-tawarikh by Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, Ilkhanate period.

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Mongol archers during the time of the Mongol conquests used a smaller bow suitable for horse archery.

The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, 1305-14. Hushang.

The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, Hushang.

Answering Children: "Can I Draw Muhammad?"

The Al-Buraq is described as a winged horse, a fabulous sphinxlike mythical steed, with a woman's face, a mule's body, and a peacock's tail.

Mohammed's birth. Miniature illustration on vellum from the book Jami' al-Tawarikh (literally "Compendium of Chronicles" but often referred to as The Universal History or History of the World), by Rashid al-Din, published in Tabriz, Persia, 1307 A.D. Now in the collection of the Edinburgh University Library, Scotland. (This image can be found online here.)  (Hat tip: Jos.)

Muhammed'in doğumu by Rashid al-Din, published in Tabriz, Persia, 1307 A.

A leaf from Emperor Akbar's royal copy of the Jami al-Tawarikh of Rashid al-Din Fazlullah Hamadani (d.1318 AD): Burghul Nuyan killed on the battlefield, attributed to Basawan and Bhim Gujarati, India, Mughal, circa 1596 | lot | Sotheby's

A leaf from Emperor Akbar's royal copy of the Jami al-Tawarikh of Rashid al-Din Fazlullah Hamadani AD): Burghul Nuyan killed on the battlefield, attributed to Basawan and Bhim Gujarati, India, Mughal, circa 1596

A young Mohammed being recognized by the monk Bahira. Miniature illustration on vellum from the book Jami' al-Tawarikh (literally "Compendium of Chronicles" but often referred to as The Universal History or History of the World), by Rashid al-Din, published in Tabriz, Persia, 1307 A.D. Now in the collection of the Edinburgh University Library, Scotland.

The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, A young Mohammed being recognized by the monk Bahira.

Eskandar, or Alexander, went into the Land of Darkness to seek the Water of Life, but failed to find it. Here, he sends his horse forward into the swirling darkness. His followers look anxious and even two of the horses stare at each other, uncertain of what they are about to encounter. The flame-like protuberances on Eskandar’s helmet probably allude to his identification with the qur’anic figure Dhu’l-Qarnayn (‘Lord, or Possessor, of Two Horns’).

Eskandar (Alexander the Great) enters the Land of Darkness, Rashid al-Din Fazl-Allah, Jami al-Tavarikh, Iran, 1314 (Edinburgh University Library)

L’Annonciation, miniature de la Jami ‘al-Tawarikh de Rashid al-Din, 1314. - http://it.mariedenazareth.com/1764.0.html?L=0&utm_source=Une+minute+avec+Marie+%28fr%29&utm_campaign=f27af8bfa3-UMM_FR_Q_2016_04_14&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a9c0165f22-f27af8bfa3-105408025

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L’Annonciation, miniature de la Jami ‘al-Tawarikh de Rashid al-Din, 1314. - http://it.mariedenazareth.com/1764.0.html?L=0&utm_source=Une+minute+avec+Marie+%28fr%29&utm_campaign=f27af8bfa3-UMM_FR_Q_2016_04_14&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a9c0165f22-f27af8bfa3-105408025

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Coronation Of Ogodei, 1229 Rashid al-Din — Rashid al-Din, early century. Reproduction in "Ghengis Khan et l'Empire Mongol", Jean-Paul Roux.

Mohammed solves a dispute over lifting the black stone into position at the Kaaba. The legends tell how, when Mohammed was still a young man, the Kaaba was being rebuilt and a dispute arose between the various clans in Mecca over who had the right rededicate the black stone. (The Kaaba was at that time still a polytheistic shrine, this being many years before Islam was founded.) Mohammed resolved the argument by placing the stone on a cloth and having members of each clan lift the cloth…

44 Muhammad Placing the Black Stone in his Cloak from Rashid al-Din’s Jami al-Tawarikh (Universal History), copied and illustrated at Tabriz, Iran, Used to confer honor.

The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, 1305-14. Mongols Besieging the City of Ūq.

The Jami‛ al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, Ilkhanid Persia, Mongols Besieging the City of Ūq.

Mongol Ruler and consort enthroned  Jami' al-Tawarikh  ' Universal History' of Rashid al-din). Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Mongol Ruler and consort enthroned Jami' al-Tawarikh ('Universal History' of Rashid al-din).

Rashid Nazir Al Din Armor by ~Elcrintri-Quelvelguk on deviantART

A shot of a leather armor I Designed with Mein Schon Liebe, and that I've done with my few skills. It was made for a LARP character name Rashid Nazir . Rashid Nazir Al Din Armor

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