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The Kutubiyya minbar was ordered in Córdoba in 1137 for the congregational mosque in Marrakesh. Each of the triangular sides of the Kutubiyya minbar is decorated with a geometric pattern of intersecting bands, which outline a design of irregular polygons of four different shapes: two sizes of eight-pointed star, known as khatam, or "seal [of Solomon]"; an elongated hexagon with triangular projections on the long sides, known as mitraqa, or "hammer"; and an irregular Y-shaped, six-pointed star, known as difda'a—and colloquially in Morocco as jarana, or "frog.” Enjoy the SEP interpretation on our cushions, canvas bags, zipper bags.

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