Lincolnshire’s links with the Islamic world
11 May 2018 - 11 Jun 2018
A display of artefacts and documents connecting Lincolnshire with the Islamic world
ارتباط لينكولنشاير بالعالم الإسلامي
This display is intended to highlight Lincolnshire's links with the Islamic world using documents and artefacts that are not always on display. The earliest artefact is a coin from what is now Afghanistan that came to Lincolnshire over a thousand years ago. In the nineteenth century Middle Eastern literature was influential on Lincolnshire writers like Tennyson. Today Lincoln has a vibrant Islamic community that has recently opened the doors on the city's first bespoke Mosque.
Find out more about the display in our current blog.
Exhibited in our Orientation Hall and Main gallery
On display from 11th May