ʿAjāʾib al-Maqdūr fī Nawāʾib Tīmūr

Author
Ibn ʿArabshāh, Aḥmad b. Muḥammad b. ʿAbd Allāh
Author birth
1389
Author death
1450
Author place of death
Title
ʿAjāʾib al-Maqdūr fī Nawāʾib Tīmūr
عجائب المقدور في نوائب تيمور
Alternative title
Type
manuscript
Physical description
Folios 227 (+i); Number of lines per page 11; Leaf width 13.7 cm; leaf height 17.3 cm
صفحات 227(+1); عدد السطور في الصفحة 11; طول الصفحة 173 ملم; عرض الصفحة 137 ملم
- Volume
-
- Lines
11
- Dimensions
Leaf height 173 mm; Leaf width 137 mm
- Text Area
125x90 mm.
- Number of folios
227 (+i)
- Binding
(case-binding) cardboard with a flap tucked under the upper cover.
Manuscript description
Clean margins. Completion of the sentences in the margins. The copyist kept the visualizations of the chessboard while he omitted the Uyghur alphabet which is drawn in some of the copies of the work. Catch-title is written on the edges of the manuscript.
- Ownership Statement
No ownership statements. Bequest of Reverand Professor H.G. Williams (d. 1870) in 1870.
- Colophon
No colophon
- Completeness
Complete
- Catchwords
- Script
- Style
Naskh script
- Ink
Black ink (Titles and keywords are rubricated in red). Red dots and inverted commas around poetry hemistichs, and red dots to denote sajʿ.
- Writing material
- Material
Oriental Papers
- Color
- Bibliographic Info
Open ITI
0854IbnCarabshah.CajaibMaqdur
Collection and Call number
University Library, Cambridge University - Add. 764
- Location
University Library, Cambridge University
- Current classmark
Add. 764
- Alternate Classmark
Genre
Historiography
Individual Biography
Date
Most likely, it was copied in the 15th or the beginning of the 16th centuries (CE)
نسخت على الأغلب في القرن الخامس عشر أو في بداية القرن السادس عشر الميلادي
Language
Arabic

RDF (39)

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