The Major Styles of the Arabic Calligraphy

A multitude of school styles developed in the course of the history of calligraphy. They unequivocally pass cultural coherence and a very widespread geographical distribution. The object of this list is to provide examples of the richness and variety of Arabic Calligraphic styles. Among them we note: Naskhi, Kufic, Andalusian Maghribi, Thuluth, Ta’liq, Diwani, Riq’a, Archaic Kufic, Bedr El Kemal, Chikeste, Taus, Rihani, Hilali, Mou’Ine, Manachir, Tughra, Mohaqqaq, Bihar, Vilayet, Zulfi Arus.

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