Today we show you a unique Set of engraved wooden panels found in the Museum of Islamic Art. These wooden panels once adorned the palaces of the Fatimid Caliphs ( 11th century AD ) located in Al-Mu’izz Street between Bab Zuwayla and Bab Al-Futuh (Cairo’s then-city gates). These panels were decorated with scenes drawn from daily life such as hunting, playing music and dancing. The engraved decoration, executed in several layers, reflects the skill of Fatimid artisans. These panels were reused to decorate the huge architectural complex of Mamluk sultan Al-Mansur Qalawun on Al-Mu’izz street in 684 AH/ 1285 AD.