Ittiʿāẓ al-Ḥunafāʾ bi-Akhbār al-Aʾimmah al-Fāṭimīyīn al-Khulafāʾ

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
Ittiʿāẓ al-Ḥunafāʾ bi-Akhbār al-Aʾimmah al-Fāṭimīyīn al-Khulafāʾ
اتعاظ الحنفاء بأخبار الأئمة الفاطميين الخلفاء
Alternative title
Type
manuscript
Physical description
Volume 1 Folios 169 (+i) : Number of lines per page 25 ; Leaf width 17.7 cm; leaf height 26.5 cm
الجزء الأول صفحات 169 (+1) عدد السطور في الصفحة 25 عرض الصفحة 17.7 سم، طول الصفحة 26.5 سم
- Volume
- Lines
- Dimensions
- Text Area
- Number of folios
- Binding
Manuscript description
Naskh script. Black ink. Rubrication in red (except the first folio where titles are rubricated in gold), and red dots around poetry hemistichs. Sometimes, red dots were used to denote the end of sentences or sajʿ. Writing Surface 190x135 mm. Oriental papers. Almost clean margins which have: few correction notes and several commentary notes (which are reproductions of the author’s notes and denoted by the words ح بخطه or just بخطه) . Completion of the main text in the margins Colophon of Muḥammad b. Aḥmad al-(…) al-Azharī al-Shāfiʿī [the missing name might be al-Buḥayrī as I have seen the name in several other manuscripts] in 884 AH. There is a stamp Sultan Sulaymān on f.1a and f.316a. An ownership stamp of the librqry of Sultan Ahmet III (f.1a). TKSM stamp on f.1a. There is an old call number of the manuscript on f.1a “Tārīkh 224”. Ownership statement of Yūsuf b. ʿAbd al-Wāḥid (al-Shahīr bi-) Ibn al-Ḥajjār and this in (…) f.1a. Wiped-off reading note f.1a. Ownership statement of Aḥmad b. Tamar al-Jamālī f.3a. There are poetic verses on f.1a which are directed to those who want to borrow the book, and says that books are the love of their owners, and no one lends his own lover. The copyist attached couple of papers between the folios. He noted that he has found attached papers in the very same place in the author’s autograph, and he reproduced the author’s side notes
One of these notes is attached between f.44-f.45 in which al-Maqrizi quotes a story written by Ibn al-Ṣayrafī’s handwriting about the murder of a foreign merchant in 377 AH in a al-Khushyriyya? Qisariyya (which has the silk shops). And how the people complained to the ruler that the police arrested several innocent people, and that Ṣāḥib al-Shurṭa might be the culprit. And it ends with the ruler s(probably) punishing Ṣāḥib al-Shurṭa, and writing a letter (i.e. tawqīʿ) about that which became so popular in Egypt that even children used to study it in the Kuttāb. Binding: dark brown with full-cover decoration executed by small tools (decorated medallion, pendants, frame decorated with vegetal shapes, and corner-pieces painted in gold and decorated by crimson vegetal shapes), and decorated envelope flap tucked under the upper cover. The inside of the cover thin light-brown leather decorated by vegetal shapes, and part of it is glued to the first and last flyleaves by glued white papers. The catch-title of the book is written on the edge of the codex. The last folio is numbered 169 in Arabic numerals and 172 in Indo-Arabic numerals
- Ownership Statement
- Colophon
- Completeness
- Catchwords
- Script
- Style
- Ink
- Writing material
- Material
- Color
- Bibliographic Info
Open ITI
0845Maqrizi.ItticazHunafa
Collection and Call number
Topkapi Palace Museum- Sultan Ahmet III A. 3013
- Location
Topkapi Palace Museum- Sultan Ahmet III
- Current classmark
A. 3013
- Alternate Classmark
Genre
Biographical Dictionary
Date
1401
1401-1600
القرن الخامس عشر او السادس عشر الميلاديين
Language
Arabic
Online resource

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dcterms:extent الجزء الأول صفحات 169 ( 1) عدد السطور في الصفحة 25 عرض الصفحة 17.7 سم، طول الصفحة 26.5 سم
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dcterms:description Naskh script. Black ink. Rubrication in red (except the first folio where titles are rubricated in gold), and red dots around poetry hemistichs. Sometimes, red dots were used to denote the end of sentences or sajʿ. Writing Surface 190x135 mm. Oriental papers. Almost clean margins which have: few correction notes and several commentary notes (which are reproductions of the author’s notes and denoted by the words ح بخطه or just بخطه) . Completion of the main text in the margins Colophon of Muḥammad b. Aḥmad al-(…) al-Azharī al-Shāfiʿī [the missing name might be al-Buḥayrī as I have seen the name in several other manuscripts] in 884 AH. There is a stamp Sultan Sulaymān on f.1a and f.316a. An ownership stamp of the librqry of Sultan Ahmet III (f.1a). TKSM stamp on f.1a. There is an old call number of the manuscript on f.1a “Tārīkh 224”. Ownership statement of Yūsuf b. ʿAbd al-Wāḥid (al-Shahīr bi-) Ibn al-Ḥajjār and this in (…) f.1a. Wiped-off reading note f.1a. Ownership statement of Aḥmad b. Tamar al-Jamālī f.3a. There are poetic verses on f.1a which are directed to those who want to borrow the book, and says that books are the love of their owners, and no one lends his own lover. The copyist attached couple of papers between the folios. He noted that he has found attached papers in the very same place in the author’s autograph, and he reproduced the author’s side notes
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dcterms:title اتعاظ الحنفاء بأخبار الأئمة الفاطميين الخلفاء
dcterms:title Ittiʿāẓ al-Ḥunafāʾ bi-Akhbār al-Aʾimmah al-Fāṭimīyīn al-Khulafāʾ
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