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Una vez más, por favor mantenga su identidad en secreto Haga clic en el botón "Continuar" para buscar con su código postal.The Maronite mummies are eight well preserved natural mummies of Maronite villagers dating back to around 1283 AD.Among the many examples of medieval pottery excavated, one pot attracts attention by its Arabic inscription: "This belongs to Boutros from al-Hadath.".Artistic and archaeological significance is manifested in the designs and motifs embroidered on textiles which are identical to designs found in the Syriac Rabbula Gospels, a 6th-century artistic masterpiece which belonged to the Maronite Patriarchate until the mid-15th century, but is now housed in Florence, Italy.The Patriarch was one of the infidels and their impious ones, hence the Muslims were relieved of him and were spared his wickedness.
They are currently on display in the National Museum of Beirut.Meanwhile, the Mamelukes overtook Egypt, Syria, and Palestine, and set out to conquer Lebanon and expel the Crusaders.As modern scholars have pointed out, the Maronites, who constituted the majority population of that County, "in fact, the effective military assistance rendered by the Maronites to the Franks of Tripoli must have been one of the factors that helped the County face repeated Muslim attacks successfully and outlast the other Crusader states." One particular raid was recorded in Ibn 'Abd az-Zahir's chronicle during his service as Secretary of the Court of three Mamluk Sultans (1223-1292 AD).The account contained in the second Bible is a copy of the first one, and it is dated 1504 AD.These accounts testify to the dramatic events unfolding in 'Asi al-Hadath during the 13th century.
The grotto in which they had been interred acted as a perfect cast for the buried bodies, eliminating the formation of air pockets that normally facilitate the process of decomposition.