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International Journal of Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality
The Fatimid, who were Ismaili Shiaa, ruled to Egypt between (358-567 A.H/ 969-1171 A.D) for about 208 years. They left a lot of artifacts, which are recently preserved in the Museum of Islamic Arts in Cairo, including: wooden memorable Mihrabs (Niches), gravestones, coins, textiles and ceramics. These artifacts have been decorated with written, geometrical, botanical, animal and other patterns, which are mainly influenced by the Shiite doctrine as a part of their plan to promote for Shiismdoi:10.21608/ijhth.2017.30225 fatcat:3h5mdbun7vhr5gwgjzsv6eajtq