Naskh (script)

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Excample of a page where Naksh script is used: The terminal verses (18-28) of the 72nd chapter of the Qur'an entitled al-Jinn (the Spirits), as well as the heading and introductory bismillah of the next chapter entitled al-Muzzammil (The Enshrouded One). The text is executed in a clear naskh. The script, text layout, and illumination are all typical of Safavid Qur'ans produced during the second half of the 16th century in the southwestern Iranian city of Shiraz.
Al Fatihah - naskh script detail text

Naskh is the name for all cursive scripts that are mainly used to copy texts that use the Arabic language.