al-Mawāʿiẓ wa-l-Iʿtibār fī Dhikr al-Khiṭaṭ wa-l-Āthār.

Author
al-Maqrīzī al-Shāfiʿī, Aḥmad b. ʿAlī b. ʿAbd al-Qādīr b. Muḥammad
Author birth
1364
1473
Author death
1442
1442.
Author place of death
Title
al-Mawāʿiẓ wa-l-Iʿtibār fī Dhikr al-Khiṭaṭ wa-l-Āthār.
المواعظ والاعتبار بذكر الخطط والآثار
Alternative title
Type
manuscript
Physical description
Volume 1 Folios 356 : Number of lines per page 27 ; Leaf width 14.3 cm; leaf height 20.4 cm
الجزء الأول صفحات 356 27 عدد السطور في الصفحة عرض الصفحة 14.3 سم، طول الصفحة 20.4 سم
- Volume
- Lines
- Dimensions
- Text Area
- Number of folios
- Binding
Manuscript description
Naskh script. Black ink with red rubrication and overlining. Red dots and inverted commas around poetry hemistichs. Writing Surface 142x90 mm (framed by two red lines except the first first page which has gold frames). European papers (with no observable watermark). several commentary and correction notes (but not very extensive), and indexing of names and other contents (in few instances). F.5a has a non-completed title page which probably was meant to decorated (like volume 2 i.e. qq. 221), but it ended up being being a basic gold frame and centeral piece. Catch-title (says the first third of the work) written on the top cartouche (on the top the frame) and a central piece bearing the author’s name. F.5b has an ornate title-piece bears a basmala and decorated with a niche. F.1a-f.3a contain an index written in red. There are two comments on (f.134a) by two different persons. The first person heavily criticizes the Sultan Al-Nāṣir Muḥammad who resumed the celebration of the Coptic festival ʿĪd al-Shahīd (in 738 AH according to al-Maqrizi), and also criticizes the Copts who celebrate it during his liftime. The second comment defends Al-Nāṣir Muḥammad and says that historians have never reported that he professed the coptic beliefs and that it makes no sense to call Al-Nāṣir Muḥammad Kāfir for making such mistake. The last page says that this is the first third of the bookaccording the author's division. Ownership statement of Muḥammad al-Sādāt al-Wafāʾī (f.14a); and his two stamp (f.5a). Modern binding. Bequest of J.L. Burckhardt (1784-1817) in 1819.
- Ownership Statement
- Colophon
- Completeness
- Catchwords
- Script
- Style
- Ink
- Writing material
- Material
- Color
- Bibliographic Info
Open ITI
0845Maqrizi.Mawaciz
Collection and Call number
University Library, Cambridge University Qq. 222
- Location
University Library, Cambridge University
- Current classmark
Qq. 222
- Alternate Classmark
Genre
Description of Towns
Historiography
Topography
Date
1401
1401-1500
القرن الخامس عشر الميلادي
Language
Arabic

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