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The Madrasah of Ibn Shah
by Mark Harrison
The Madrasah of Ibn Shah was known throughout the land as a great seat of learning drawing students from across the world in search of knowledge and understanding. As it was considered a light of hope in a darkened world the lights were left on through the night at the entrance as a symbol of what the madrasah represented. Many a student arrived at the door tired and bedraggled after a long journey to be welcomed in, given food and water and taken to a room where they can sleep and in the morning begin their education.
Well I seem to recall that I read this somewhere… or maybe not.
Width: 22 inches
Height: 16 inches
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