The research methods used in this collection of books are new and provide more precise details with regard to understanding the calligraphic styles used over the last 14 centuries. By categorizing the varied methods of styles of writing into different and smaller segments, such as pottery, coins, and ancient manuscripts, it has therefore been possible to conduct a more comprehensive investigation about the potential impact of calligraphy on the heritage of humanity throughout our history.
This collection completes one of very few books containing vital pieces (and parts) of manuscripts and inscriptions on stones, potteries, coins and buildings with Kufic, Naskh and Thulth styles of calligraphy. It was written by a calligrapher w ho compiled a comprehensive book detailing the exquisite history of a promising but declining literary art form. The artistic and historical art comprised within this collection was collated by a man who many interested in the field of calligraphy consider to be one of the greatest researchers and master calligraphers of Kufic style of writing, Mousavi Jazayeri SMV (born 1969). This particular collection presents works that are varied and unique art pieces, as well those that are precious and exquisite. The printing of this collection of works presented here are rarities and contain research methods that make a unique book of calligraphic history for the present time, which hopefully will serve as a valuable and beneficial guide for many in the future.