The Qur’an is the sacred text of Islam. First memorised in Arabic in the seventh century, it has been revered as a written book ever since. There are over 250 copies or partial copies of the Qur’an in the Chester Beatty, produced in Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, India and many other places, and ranging from the early 8th to 19th centuries. The collection also includes important texts on pilgrimage, prayer and Islamic history.
possibly Syria or Yemen
CBL Is 1404