Madrasa al-Ṭāziyya (Jerusalem)

Located close to Bāb al-Silsila in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel.

Photographs from monummamluk-syrie.org

Two emblems framing an inscription on the lintel of the window of the mausoleum:

بسمله … هذا تربة العبد الفقير الى الله تعالى المقرّ الأشرف السيفي طاز توفّي رحمه الله سنة ثلث وستّين وسبعمئة

… This is the mausoleum of the servant yearning for God the Exalted, His Most Noble Excellency Sayf al-dīn Ṭāz. Passed away – may God have mercy on him – in the year 763 (1361-62).

Possible dating: 763/1362

Close-up of the emblem:

To Ṭāz al-Nāṣirī’s page


OpenEdition suggests that you cite this post as follows:
Simon Rousselot (June 24, 2021). Madrasa al-Ṭāziyya (Jerusalem). Mamluk Emblems Online Corpus. Retrieved July 21, 2024 from https://doi.org/10.58079/rdo9


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