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     Arabic is a Semitic language. It is written from right to left, and its letters are consonants. Vowels are indicated by signs above and below the writing line. Arabic calligraphy has been highly developed as a decorative art in response to the religious prohibition of images of human beings or animals in art. This stamp shows details of an ancient prayer niche in the El Amri Mosque, Qus, Egypt.

Saudi Arabia (Hejaz) L3

SCN 83