Tomb of Emir Aidughdi Kubaki

By the Editors of the Madain Project

The structure known as al-Kebekiyeh (or Zawiya Kubakiyya), a one-room square-shaped building covered with a dome and incorporating architectural materials from the Crusader era was built during this period.

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circa 1290 CE

The main entrance to the structure is on the north-east side, the wall on the south-east side has two windows, the rest of the two walls have one window each. It is identified as the tomb of emir Aidughdi Kubaki, a Syrian slave who rose to prominence as the governor of Safed and Aleppo, before his death in 1289.

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