النصف الثاني من جزء احد عشر.

al-Niṣf al-thānī min juzʼ aḥad ʻashar.

Uniform title
Format
Manuscript, Book
Language
  • Arabic
  • Persian
Published/​Created
[Iran?], [1750?-1867]
Description
1 online resource (12 + 1 leaves) : non-European laid paper, illuminations

Details

Subject(s)
Former owner
Summary note
Second half of section 11 in full, containing the first word of 10:26 to the final word of 11:5. This copy also contains a waqf statement and prayers to say before and after recitation.
Notes
  • Customs stamps dated 1312 (1894-95) (f. 1r, 10v).
  • Decoration: Polychrome (red, blue, pink, orange, black, green, yellow, white) and gold illuminated headpiece (f. 2v). Textblock border-rules in red, gold, black, blue; page opening frame-ruled in black. Rubrications in red with gold and blue highlights. Gold roundels with red and blue dots mark verse endings. Surah titles in red on gold background with polychrome edge decorations. Polychrome and gold medallions in the margins.
  • Foliation: Modern foliation added in pencil, upper left recto; catchwords every verso, lower left.
  • Layout: 12 long lines; border-ruled.
  • Manuscript codex.
  • Origin: No date of copy, though the donation note is dated Rajab 1284 (October-November 1867) (f. 2r). Possibly copied in Iran.
  • Script: Naskh in black ink; fully vocalized.
  • Shelfmark: MS Or 106.
  • Title from headpiece (f. 2v).
Location of originals
  • Original Columbia, Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
  • OPenn University of Pennsylvania Libraries.
Source of description
Item cataloged from digital facsimile and existing description.
Binding note
Reddish brown leather, blind stamped with central mandorla and six pendants, four on the vertical and two on the horizontal axis, lead ruled and tooled frame. Marbled paper pastedowns.
Language note
Arabic with a few statements in Persian.
Source acquisition
Gift of David Eugene Smith, 1931-1934.
Other format(s)
Also available as a digital facsimile.
OCLC
1076493613
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