Dome of Tarabay Sharifi. This dome and sabil was built by Prince Tarabay Al-Sharifi in 909-910 AH-1504-1505 AD. He was one of the princes of Sultan Qaytbay and had power until Sultan Al-Ghouri confiscated his properties.
It has a memorial entrance consisting of a recessed stone covered with a muqarnas necklace with a muqarnas chest
It is really a square mausoleum room whose walls are adorned with a marble apron, topped by an inscription band in the Mamluk Naskh script which contains Quranic verses and the date of construction.
The origin of Tarabay was from the Mamluks of Sultan Qaytbay, and from Maatiqa, he took over from the next Dawadari positions.
Prince Tarabay died in the month of Muharram in 917 A.H. Ibn Iyas mentions this in Badaa’Al-Zohour.
(And the sultan came down and prayed over him in the explanation for the believer, and penance was given before him and looted from his door, and his wife knocked on him with tires in mourning.
He was strict, ruthless, severely valiant and excessively cruel, and he committed injustices so long as they did not occur from other princes, and he died at the age of seventy.