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Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, ca. 1420-1450 | Materials: fritware with polychrome underglaze painting | VA Museum, London

The beautiful Zellige of Morroco (meaning "tile" in Arabic) made their appearance around the 10th century. Probably inspired by the Roman and Byzantine mozaics.

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Image IRA 0716 featuring decorated area from the Masjid-i-Jami, in Isfahan, Iran, showing Floriated Arabesque and Calligraphy using ceramic tiles, mosaic or pottery.