Ark of Noah

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The Ark of Noah is a seafaring vessel that, as told in Christian, Islamic and Rabbinic tradition, was built by the prophet Noah (Nuh) to evade the Great Flood. Quran does not mention any details about the vessel or the flood itself only a general description of the incident is mentioned, on the other hand Bible gives a very detailed and dynamic picture of the incident including vessel's size and severity of the deluge.

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Dordrecht Ark
The Dordrecht Ark also known as the Johan's Ark is a Noah's Ark-themed barge in Dordrecht, Netherlands, which was built by the Dutch building contractor, carpenter and creationist Johan Huibers. It's construction is based on the biblical narrative of the Deluge (The Great Flood). According to Bible the Ark was 300 cubits long, 50 wide and 30 high, and roof finished to a cubit upwards. The wooden construction is carried on a hidden floating platform from steel made up of 21 LASH barges.



Mughal Era Miniature
A Mughal miniature painting from the Stories of the Prophets. Nuh (Noah) seated in the upper right corner, while the animals are gathered in the middle and lower decks, the men are seen tending to the ship and rescuing.

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Subsiding of Deluge Waters by Thomas Cole
Subsiding of the Waters of the Deluge, Thomas Cole (oil painting, 1834)

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