Ibn Taghrībirdī, Jamāl al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf al-Atābkī
al-Laṭāfa fī Dhikr al-Khilāfa
مورد اللطافة في من ولي السلطنة و الخلافة
صفحات 90 (في الأصل كانت 145); عدد السطور في الصفحة 24; طول الصفحة 200 ملم; عرض الصفحة 138 ملم
Folios 90 (though originally perhaps 145 folio's, as noted on p. 90); Number of lines per page 24; Leaf height 200 mm; Leaf width 138 mm
Leaf height 200 mm; Leaf width 138 mm
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- Number of folios
90 (though originally perhaps 145 folio's, as noted on p. 90)
he cardboard cover contains a note announcing the work as “Tārīkh Miṣr” until 872 written by Jamāl al-Dīn Abū l-Maḥāsin Yūsuf al-Atābakī.
Margins contain: regular notes and additions, on some pages very extensively so (especially on pp. 35-44), often announced by “ḥ sh” (ḥāshiyya). Leafs are mostly loose throughout the volume. It seems that this part of Ibn Taghrībirdī’s work was at an earlier point part of a majmūʿa as a confusing note on the title page announces the work in fact to be a “History of Egypt” written by Ibn Khallikān, which includes a part of “[Mawrid] al-Laṭāfa fī Dhikr al-Khilāfa” (''Kitāb Tārīkh Miṣr li-Ibn Khallikān fī-hi [juzʾ?] min al-Laṭāfa fī dhikr al-Khilāfa''). T The text is preceded by a three-page poem entitled “Manāsik al-Ḥajj” and written by a certain Ghanīm b. Ṣāliḥ al-Kafrāwī. The last page (90) has two notes announcing the end of the text: “hādhā mā intahā ilay-nā min akhbār al-mulūk”.
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No ownership statements
Black ink with red rubrication. Poetry with red dots around hemistichs.
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- Bibliographic Info
Collection and Call number
Dār al-kutub wa-l-wathāʾiq al-qawmiyya -ārīkh 1356 (دار الكتب و الوثائق القومية المصرية - تاريخ 1356)
Dār al-kutub wa-l-wathāʾiq al-qawmiyyah
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- Alternate Classmark
Most likely, it was copied in the 15th century (CE)
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