Ode of Labid: Man With Camel- Arabic Calligraphy Print
This piece contains two verses excerpted from the "Ode of Labid" one of the seven pre-islamic Moa'alkat. The text is written in the Diwani Jali script to form the shape of a man leading a camel.
Every print is signed, numbered and shipped directly from the artist and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. The numbered certificate includes a full explanation and translation of the peice in both Arabic and English.
مِـنْ مَـعْشَرٍ سَنَّتْ لَهُمْ iiآبَاؤُهُمْ
ولِـكُـلِّ قَـوْمٍ سُـنَّةٌ وإِمَـامُها
لا يَـطْبَعُونَ ولا يَـبُورُ iiفَعَالُهُمْ
إذْ لا يِـميلُ مَعَ الهَوَى أحْلامُها
Noble we; our fathers wielded power bequeathed to them, dealt law to the nations, each tribe its lawgiver.
All our lineage faultless, no light words our promises; not for us the vain thoughts, passions of common men.
The original version of this piece was exhibited in Algeria at Moustafa Basha Palace museum in May-June 2013
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