Mosque Name: Ajdābiyā Palace Mosque
Year of construction (AH): 310
Year of construction (AD): 922 CE
GPS: 30.757695 20.220012
Dated according to historical texts, mosque parallels, inscriptions, datable objects, a copper coin, the 9th century, and inscriptions from 310/922 or 320/932.
This Fatimid palace has no identifiable mosque, or qibla direction.
Whitehouse, David, 1972. “Excavations at Ajdabiyah: An Interim Report”, Annual Report 3: 12-21. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/libyan-studies/article/abs/excavations-at-ajdabiyah-an-interim-report/EEFB11CB5CC37B07630F59BE29FBB9C5
Whitehouse, David, 1973. “Excavations at Ajdabiyah: Second Interim Report”, Annual Report 4: 20-27. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/libyan-studies/article/abs/excavations-at-ajdabiyah-second-interim-report/73068DF199E56C88F85EB62B614B5804
Lowick, N.M., 1972. “Early Arabic Inscriptions in Libya”, Annual Report 3: 4-5. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/libyan-studies/article/abs/early-arabic-inscriptions-in-libya/3CCDABD4B3774145C64B1D81B8DBFF25
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