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Old August 2nd, 2018, 04:10 AM   #37
Joy Richards
Join Date: Jun 2018
Posts: 45

Originally Posted by Steve Price View Post

You'll probably find this informative. If you do look at it, be sure to hit the link to "Discussion" at the top or bottom of the page. It will take you to the discussion threads associated with it.
Your article was very interesting, as were the responses in the discussions. When my husband escaped from Bulgaria, he spent two years in Turkey and he can agree that he never saw anyone praying on a carpet. Crossing the Bosphorous, the boats had plywood pieces leaning against the sides which would be used as mats. No doubt, as mentioned in the discussions, the wealthy would have owned beauties for themselves, but we have no choice but to keep calling anything with that arch a prayer rug.

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