[Collection of Arabic texts].

  • Manuscript, Book


  • Copied A.H. 1264-67 [A.D. 1848-1851] by Muṣṭafá ibn Aḥmad Falyūzī.
  • Fols. 76; 21.7 x 15.8 cm.; written surface 16 x 9.7 cm.; 21 lines to page; on European paper; in naskhi; with catchwords.
  • A collection containing:
  • 1. Tuḥfat al-arīb fī al-radd ʻalá ahl al-ṣalīb, an anti-Christian polemical treatise by a convert, originally a Franciscan friar from Majorca, followed by several notes.
  • 2. A treatise containing answers to questions on eschatological matters by al-Ghazzālī, A.H. 505 [A.D. 1111] entitled Ajwibat al-masāʼil. This work is also known as al-Ajwibah al-Ghazzālīyah fī al-masāʼil al-Uukhrawīyah. Printed in Cairo, A.H. 1303, 1309.
  • 3. A treatise refuting the doctrines of the Jews, establishing the prophethood of Muḥammad and showing the words that have been changed in the Bible, entitled al-Risālah al-hādiyah, by ʻAbd al-Salām al-Muhtadī al-Muḥammadī (see Ḥājjī Khalīfah, Kashf al-ẓunūn (1835-58), III, pp. 456/7].
  • Marginal and interlinear notes and glosses; ruled marginal lines in red. On back of the last page and on the following are several notes about the prophecies concerning Muḥammad in the Bible. MS in good condition; Arabic binding with flap.
  • Acquired from Brill, Leyden, A.D. 1900.
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