1370 Years Old the world’s oldest fragments of the Quraan Kareem have been found by the University of Birmingham.
A portion of the world’s most established sections of the Koran have been found by the University of Birmingham.
Radiocarbon examination discovered the manuscript, composed on sheep or goat skin, dated back to between AD 568 and 645, making it no less than 1,370 years of age and among the most punctual in presence.
The pages of the Muslim holy content are said to have been kept with a gathering of other Middle Eastern books and records and stayed unrecognized in the college library for very nearly a century.
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