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The Tomb of Eve, also known as Eve's Grave and Eve's Tomb, is an archeological site located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia( ). It is considered by some Muslims to be the burial place of Eve. Prince Faisal, Viceroy of Hejaz, destroyed it in 1928. In 1975, the site was also sealed with concrete by religious authorities, who disapprove of pilgrims praying at tombs.
Richard Francis Burton mentions seeing it in his translation of the Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night.
Angelo Pesce mentions this site in his book on Jeddah. He mentions the earliest documented mention of the tomb is:
Noted publicist Sirdar Ikbal Ali Shah mentions about the dimensions:
Aun Ar-Rafiq (Amir in Hijaz 1882–1905) tried to demolish the tomb, but this caused a public outcry. He then said: "But think you that 'our mother' was so tall? If the stupidity is international, let the tomb stand".⇆ https://archive.org/stream/The_Architecture_of_the_United_Arab_Emirates/The_Architecture_of_the_United_Arab_Emirates_djvu.txt
All quotations from the Qur'an are taken from the edition published by Dar al 'Arabiyyah, Beirut, 1968, translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali. All AD and AH (Hijrah) conversions are drawn from The Islamic and
Christian Calendars by G. S. P. Freeman-Grenville, published by Garnet, Reading, 1995.
Saudi Arabia may boast four Unesco world heritage sites, but none is an Islamic monument. In 2008 the organisation recognised the Nabataean ruins of Al-Hijr; in 2010 the desert settlement At-Turaif, the first capital of the Saudi dynasty from which Wahhabism spread; in 2014 the historic centre of Jeddah, with its Ottoman houses and the so-called Tomb of Eve which was sealed with concrete in 1975 to prevent pilgrims praying in front of it; and in 2015 the rocks of the Hail region, covered in prehistoric inscriptions.http://theartnewspaper.com/comment/comment/why-is-saudi-arabia-destroying-the-cultural-heritage-of-mecca-and-medina/
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