Manshaʾ al-Laṭāfa fī Dhikr man Waliya al-Khilāfa

Author
Ibn Taghrībirdī, Jamāl al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf al-Atābkī
Author birth
1411
Author death
1470
1470.
Author place of death
Title
Manshaʾ al-Laṭāfa fī Dhikr man Waliya al-Khilāfa
منشأ اللطافة في ذكر من ولي الخلافة
Alternative title
Type
manuscript
Physical description
Folios 24a-97a; Number of lines per page 21-22; Leaf height 210 mm; Leaf width 150 mm
صفحات; عدد السطور في الصفحة 21-22; طول الصفحة 220 ملم; عرض الصفحة 160 ملم
- Volume
- Lines
21-22
- Dimensions
Leaf height 210 mm; Leaf width 150 mm
- Text Area
- Number of folios
24a-97a
- Binding
decorated cardboard with a flap tucked under the upper cover
Manuscript description
Few commentary notes in the margins. f.29a has a note states that this was found in (or copied from) al-Ḥanbalī’s history (i.e. naql/nuqil min tarīkh al-Ḥanbalī). The book starts from f.24a while the first pages are from Ibn Khillikān's history of Egypt. The folios f.1a has an ornate frontispiece which contains the title of Ibn Taghribirdi's work on a central medallion, and the title of Ibn Khillikān's work added by a different hand. The book ends with the Sultanate of al-Ẓāhir Jaqmaq (842 Hijri). Ibn Taghribirdi mentions that the biography of that Sultan can be found in his big history which he wrote as a continuation of al-Maqrizi's work (i.e. Ḥawādith Al-Duhūr fī Madā al-Ayyām wa-l-Shuhūr ). The last folios of the manuscript are written by a different person and they contain the continuation of the history of the Mamluk sultans until the Ottoman conquest. Third handwriting continued the narratives until 932 Hijri (1525-1526 AD). Reading note of Muḥammad b. Aḥmad Amīr Ḥāj (who is known as) Ibn Salmān al-Ḥanafī. The first flyleaf has the date: 12 June 1873 written in Latin.
- Ownership Statement
Ownership statement of certain al-faqīr Shihāb (f.1a) (but on the title page of Ibn Khillikān's history).
- Colophon
No colophon
- Completeness
Complete (and have an added part written after the death of the author)
- Catchwords
Consistent use of catchwords
- Script
- Style
Naskh script
- Ink
Black ink (headings and keywords are rubricated in red).
- Writing material
- Material
Oriental Papers
- Color
- Bibliographic Info
Open ITI
0874IbnTaghribirdi.ManshaLatafa
Collection and Call number
National Library of France (BNF) ( Bibliothèque nationale de France BNF) -Arabe 1770
- Location
National Library of France (BNF)
- Current classmark
Arabe 1770
- Alternate Classmark
Ancien fonds arabe 795
Genre
Historiography
Universal History
Date
نسخت في القرن الخامس عشر الميلادي

Copied in the 15th century CE
Language
Arabic

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dcterms:title Manshaʾ al-Laṭāfa fī Dhikr man Waliya al-Khilāfa
dcterms:title منشأ اللطافة في ذكر من ولي الخلافة
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