(Arabic: الخط المغربي). The Arab countries west of Egypt, including Muslim Spain, were known as the Maghreb, meaning “West”.  The calligraphy script that developed in that area in medieval times is called maghrebi (also maghribi). This style is easy to recognize by its strokes of uniform thickness, rounded letter forms, and looped descenders that extend below the baseline. Web resource here.

Page from a Qur’an in maghrebi script.  Spain, probably Granada.  Late 13th- early 14th c.  Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Istanbul.