Tomb of Mankalibugha al-Fakhri (unlisted), mid-14th century A.D./ 8th century A.H.
The brick-and-stone built tomb is unusual in Cairo for being not a square domed mausoleum, but an iwan (a hall with no front wall opening onto a courtyard) covered with a pointed barrel vault. It is flanked by two lower iwans opening on the central one. The central iwan once faced a courtyard, which it is now mostly built-up. Inside, there is a band of monumental Qur’anic inscription painted on plaster, and a much-damaged 16th century tabut (tomb-marker). The tomb is inaccessible and decaying.