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Dome of the Rock

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  • Oct 23, 1095

    The Crusades

    The  Crusades
    Crusades 1095-1187 ad
    During the Crusades the Dome of the Rock was given to the Augustinians, who turned it into a church while the Al-Aqsa Mosque became a royal stable.
  • Oct 2, 1187

    The Ayyubids and Mamluks

    The Ayyubids and Mamluks
    Jerusalem was recaptured by Saladin on 2 October 1187, and the Haram was reconsecrated as a Muslim sanctuary. The cross on top of the Dome of the Rock was replaced by a golden crescent, and a wooden screen was placed around the rock below. Saladin's nephew al-Malik al-Mu'azzam Isa carried out other restorations within the Haram and added the porch to the Aqsa mosque.
  • Oct 23, 1250

    The Haram

     The Haram
    The Haram was the focus of extensive royal patronage by the sultans during the Mamluk period, which lasted from 1250 until 1510.
  • Oct 23, 1517


    Ottoman Empire 1517–1917
    Large-scale renovation was undertaken during the reign of Mahmud II in 1817.
  • British

    1917- present
    British Mandate to present
    The Dome of the Rock was badly shaken during an earthquake in Palestine on 11 July 1927, rendering useless many of the repairs that had taken place over previous years
  • When the Dome of the Rock was made.

    When the Dome of the Rock was made.
    . The dome of rock was made in 688 AD and finished in 691 AD in Jerusalem, Israel. The Dome of the Rock was built by the Umayyad caliph Abd Ali-Malik to commemorate Muhammad's ascension into heaven. The Dome of the Rock is a Shrine.
  • After the Dome of Rock was Built

    After the Dome of Rock was Built
    the Dome of the Rock stands atop the site where, according to Muslims, the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven after his Night Journey. The site's significance stems from religious traditions regarding the rock, known as the Foundation Stone, at its heart.