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Muhammad (ﷺ) written in the Kufic script.

The Kufic script is a way of writing Arabic that became popular for writing copies of the Quran with and for decorating various holy buildings. The script is written in a arc style with a horizontal orientation.[1] There many different versions of the script such as square Kufic and floriated Kufic.

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  1. "The Development and Spread of Calligraphic Scripts". Metmuseum.org. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2020. Retrieved 20 August 2020.