These manuscripts constitute one of the most valuable and rarest manuscripts preserved in the Portugal’s National Academy.
The manuscripts will be added to the series of manuscripts that His Highness has so far offered to the House.
These manuscripts constitute one of the most valuable and rarest manuscripts preserved in the Portugal’s National Academy (GCSE Lisbon Academy of Sciences). Most of these manuscripts are written in Arabic and Portuguese.
The manuscripts included the journey of Ibn Battuta, the Arabic lexicon of Jacobus Julius, known as Jules, a Dutch orientalist from the seventeenth century, the Beginning of the World Creation by Muhammad bin Abdullah Al Kisa’I, 30 Arabic books in medicine and philosophy as well as a group of correspondences in Portuguese.
In her speech, Dr Muhadditha Al Hashimi, Chairperson of the SPEA, expressed her thanks and appreciation to the Ruler of Sharjah for his unstinted support and interest in this project that provides training and empowers teachers in line with the highest quality standards.
Dr Sheikh Sultan stressed that the current and future projects in the Emirate of Sharjah in general, and in the Central Region in particular, have many positive returns and benefits for the region and its people.
Sheikh Sultan was briefed on the most prominent stages of the building implementation, ensuring the privacy level for the family and the children, and the means of entertainment designated for them.
During the meeting, Sheikh Sultan was briefed on a number of the AUS' achievements in various fields, praising the board for deepening their efforts to accelerate the university's growth and following up the developing plans with the help of the university's faculties and students.
Local media said that during the daily work at the port of Aqaba on Monday, a tanker filled with a toxic gaseous substance fell during its transportation, which led to an explosion and gas leak at the site.
Adam said he began his journey on foot from Britain 10 months and 26 days ago, passing through 9 countries, to reach Makkah to perform Hajj this year.
During their maiden visit to the library, the children presented a painting of the new building. It was created by 30 children from Senses alongside artist Snehita Gehlot and took 4 days to complete.