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Fig. 14. Liturgical fan, made for Dayr al-Suryān (Egypt) and containing a Syriac inscription dated 1202/3. Courtesy of the Musée Royal de Mariemont (Morlanwelz, Belgium). See B. Snelders, Identity and Christian-Muslim interaction. Medieval art of the Syrian Orthodox from the Mosul area (OLA 198; 2010), 105–50. See entries: Art and architecture, Inscriptions, and Dayr al-Suryān.