Around 1174-1193 CE, in what is now Afghanistan, the people of the Ghurid Dynasty (a medieval Muslim empire) built a large tower. It’s construction was a symbol of peace and understanding between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Today it stands in a location where this peace has been nearly lost.
The term “graffiti” used to refer to any type of inscription or carving. But over the years it has narrowed down to general vandalism. Using this term we find that it (graffiti) has existed for millennia! The earliest known case of graffiti is in the ancient Greek city of Ephesus (now Turkey). It is a simple […]