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2 Museum Entrance Culture Room Culture Room 2 Muslim praying Weapons Welcome to the Museum of Islam artifacts and items Islam artifacts and items Curator’s Offices Room Five Artifact 22

3 Curator’s Office Contact me at [Your linked address] My name is Lucca, I go to Saint Josephs school in Kingston l and this is my Islam project. Lucca 6 grade Note: Virtual museums were first introduced by educators at Keith Valley Middle School in Horsham, Pennsylvania. This template was designed by Dr. Christy Keeler. View the Educational Virtual Museums website for more information on this instructional technique.Keith Valley Middle SchoolDr. Christy KeelerEducational Virtual Museums Return to Entry

4 Room 1 Return to Entry Artifact 1 The room of culture

5 Room 2 Return to Entry Culture room 2

6 Room 3 Return to Entry Weapons room

7 Room 4 Return to Entry Room of praying and invention

8 Room 5 Return to Entry [Room 5] Room

9 ingokie.files.wo rdpress.com/20 11/12/women- head- coverings.png? w=500 Muslim head dresses differ in many ways such as styles such as covering just the face and neck and covering the mouth and face. Also the coverings could cover the whole body. Return to Exhibit Muslim head dress styles.

10 Linked citation goes here Male head coverings can be made out of knit or silk. Most men where these as a sign of respect to Allah. Return to Exhibit Male head coverings.

11 The Muslim symbol is not Islam in origin but polytheistic during the spread of Islam. This symbol can be found in some flags such as Turkey and Pakistan. Return to Exhibit Muslim symbol. w.religio nfacts.co m/islam/s ymbols.ht m

12 Linked citation goes here These are more types of dress's for covering up the whole body. Return to Exhibit Muslim dress style photo two.

13 Linked citation goes here They use these beautifully designed rugs five times a day for when they pray. These rugs have some times geometric patterns or symmetric designes. Return to Exhibit Islamic prayer rug.

14 Linked citation goes here Muslims were these as a sign of respect for Allah. Its also apart of there culture. Return to Exhibit Male Muslim head covering.

15 Linked citation goes here The five pillars of Islam are the things that all Muslim follow because they where giving to there last profit Muhammad and he passed them on to all of the Muslim people. Return to Exhibit The five pillars of Islam

16 Linked citation goes here Mecca is the place of worship for all Muslim people. All Muslim people face towards Mecca where ever they are in the world when they do there daily prayer. Return to Exhibit Mecca.

17 Linked citation goes here The war axe was a deadly weapon forged from iron and copper. Return to Exhibit Islamic war axe.

18 Linked citation goes here This weapon was used up-close when archers where not doing the job. Return to Exhibit Islamic dagger.

19 Linked citation goes here Weapon racks where used to hold weapons such as swords and bows. Return to Exhibit Islamic weapon rack.

20 Linked citation goes here The swords that where used are usually curved or bent but they can also be pointed. Return to Exhibit Muslim swords.

21 akallah.in/isla mic- quotes/islamic -quotes-only- allah/ Text goes here. Return to Exhibit Islam quotes.

22 Linked citation goes here The water clock was used by letting the water from a container drip until it hit a certain number and that tells the time. Return to Exhibit Muslim water clock.

23 Linked citation goes here They pray in this position because it shows respect to Allah while facing towards Mecca. Return to Exhibit Prayer position

24 Linked citation goes here Prayer room’s are peaceful place to pray and to bask in the serenity. Return to Exhibit Prayer room

25 There are many Muslim names for boys and girls. Many of them are related to there religion. A common name is Muhammad for the boys. Return to Exhibit Names. w.searchtr uth.com/b aby_name s/names.p hp

26 Linked citation goes here Muslims write in the Arabic language when they mark down in their history and famous events. Return to Exhibit The Arabic language.

27 . Muslims must pray at certain times of the day every day. When doing this there body must be facing towards Mecca. Return to Exhibit Prayer chart. der.org/

28 Linked citation goes here Text goes here. Return to Exhibit Artifact 20

29 Linked citation goes here Text goes here. Return to Exhibit Artifact 21

30 Linked citation goes here The Muslim people follow a strict set of rules. These are the five pillars of Islam. They need to follow these rules for the sake of there religion. Return to Entrance The Muslim people

31 Linked citation goes here Islam began in the Arabian peninsula and was reveled to the people by the last prophet Muhammad. People who follow the Islam religion are called Muslim. Return to Entrance Islam

32 The Quran is the ancient book of all Muslim people and is the sacred of screed's. this book means every thing to them for it has the knowledge Allah and the history of the Muslims. Return to Exhibit Back Wall Artifact http ://w ww. qur anfl ash. com /en/ qur anfl ash. htm l


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