Aaron (هارون) was the younger brother of Moses, who according to Quranic and Biblical traditions shared in his prophethood. He is a prophet, high priest, and the brother of Moses in the Abrahamic religions. Aaron [Arabic: Harun] is brother of Moses and Miriam. Q 19:53 refers to Aaron as a prophet, and in Exodus 7:1 it is stated that God made Aaron to be the prophet of Moses.
circa 1400 BCE
The shrine covering the supposed grave of Haroun, on the peak of Jabl Haroun, Petra. According to Bible (Deut. 10:6) he died in Sinai, but his tomb was later moved to Mount Hor, south of Petra. Sultan al-Nasir Muhammad son of Qalawun restored the shrine in 1320 CE. The shrine is surmounted by a white dome and a crypt is located under the prayer hall.
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