Amir Jamal al-Din Aqqush an-Nagibi governed Damascus from 1261 to 1271 (660 - 670 A.H.) under Mamluk Sultan Baybars I and died in Cairo in 1279 (677 A.H.). His tomb chamber is the only remaining section of his funerary madrasa built in Damascus and adjoins the northern wall of the entry vestibule to Nur al-Din al-Zangi's Mausoleum. Its cross-shaped burial chamber is crowned by a highly detailed muqarnas vault that imitates at a smaller scale the vault of the Zangid mausoleum built in 1167.
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