منهاج القاصدين ... [الخ].

Minhāj al-qāṣidīn ... [etc].

Format
Manuscript, Book
Language
Arabic
Published/​Created
80-? [1398-1400?]
Description
8 leaves : paper ; 187 x 138 (130-160 x 100-120) mm bound to 190 x 140 mm.

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Summary note
A section of Minhāj al-qāṣidīn on marriage, and a treatise against the use of ḥashīsh.
Notes
  • Ms. codex.
  • Title from heading of first work (fol. 1a).
  • A few marginal notes.
  • Collation: Paper ; fol. 8 ; catchwords ; modern foliation in pencil using Western numerals.
  • Layout: 20 lines per page.
  • Description: Overlining in red ; first and last folios on orange paper ; MS in good condition.
  • Origin: According to colophon copy completed 10 Rabīʻ al-Akhir 80-? by Ṭalḥah ibn Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm ibn Abī al-ʻAlāʼ al-Ḥanbalī (fol. 8b).
  • Incipit: [منهاج القاصدين] بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله كتاب آداب النكاح وفيه ثلثة ابواب -- [مجلس في ذم الحشيشه] بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم اخو انى ليس من العجب جاهل ...
  • Colophon: [منهاج القاصدين] ... في السمآ ساخطا عليها حتى رضى عنها والله تعالى اعلم -- [مجلس في ذم الحشيشه] كتبت .. يوم الثلثآ العاشر من شهر ربيع الاخر من ؟ وثمانمايه ... على يد فقير رحمه ربه القدير طاحه بن محمد بن ابرهيم بن ابى العلا الحنبلى لطفه اللع تعالى
Binding note
Later limp covering in dark blue paper.
Contents
  • 1. fol. 1a-7a: Minhāj al-qāṣidīn / Abū al-Faraj al-Jawzī. Section from a collection of religious and moral subjects which deals with marriage and is entitled Kitāb Ādāb al-nikāḥ.
  • 2. fol. 7b-8b: Majlis fī dhamm al-ḥashīshah / ʻIzz al-Dīn ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz ibn ʻAbd al-Salām ibn ʻĀmir al-Maqdisī al-Shāfiʻī. A brief treatise decrying the use of ḥashīsh.
Provenance
Acquired from Brill, Leyden, 1900.
Source acquisition
Gift ; Robert Garrett, Class of 1897 ; 1942.
References
Hitti, P. Garrett Coll., 2136.
Other format(s)
Also available in an electronic version.
OCLC
1340425611
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