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  • Jq085s47m?file=thumbnail
    Creator: أنصاري، زكريا بن محمد،approximately 1423-approximately 1520 and Anṣārī, Zakarīyā ibn Muḥammad, approximately 1423-approximately 1520, author
    Date: 1667 and 1078
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript leaf.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 21 lines per page in naskh script on heavy glazed, laid European paper. A few marginal notes. Original poem in red. Slight water damage and small tears in the margins.;Explicit: وافضل الصلاة والسلام على النبي المصطفى سيد الانام اي الخلق صلى الله عليه وسلم كلما ذكره الذاكرون وعقل عن ذكره الغافلون والحمد لله على كل حال.;Final leaf from a commentary on al-ʻIrāqī's Alfīyat al-ḥadīth, itself a versification of a collection ḥadīth by Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī (d. 1245); the fragment contains verses 997-1002. A note on the verso states that the commentator completed the work on 10 Rajab 896 H [19 May 1491].
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  • 7s75dk84v?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Khuḍarī, Muḥammad, 1798-1870 or 1871, author and خضري، محمد،1798-1870 or 1871
    Date: 1830?/1859?
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript leaf.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 30 lines per page in maghribī script on glazed, laid European paper. Recto blank. Small tears along edges and some staining.;Incipit: نحمدك اللهم يا من تفضل على من نحا نحوه بتواتر خلاصة نعمه الكافية . . .;Opening page of a gloss on Ibn ʻAqīl's commentary on Alfīyat Ibn Mālik. The author completed this work on 11 Rabīʻ 2 1250 H (17 August 1834) (al-Murādī, page 176).
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  • 6q182s815?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Jaʻbarī, Ibrāhīm ibn ʻUmar, 1242 or 1243-1331 or 1332, author and جعبري، إبراهيم بن عمر،1242 or 1243-1331 or 1332
    Date: 1860/1899?
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript leaf.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 26 lines per page in naskh script on machine-made paper. Catchwords. Original poem and keywords in red. Text framed in blue and red, with double red diagonal lines extending from text border to outer corners. Leaf partially torn across upper quarter.;Incipit: وببكاؤه اذا الناس يضحكون وبصمته اذا الناس يخوصون . . .;Fragment from a commentary on al-Shatibi's Hirz al-amani, containing lines 15-17 of the poem.
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  • 9z903624h?file=thumbnail
    Creator: ماوردي، علي بن محمد،974?-1058 and Māwardī, ʻAlī ibn Muḥammad, 974?-1058, author
    Date: 13uu/14uu
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript leaf.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 21 lines per page in naskh script on heavy Arabic paper. Text fully vocalized; catchwords. Keywords in green with red vocalization. Marginal notes on recto. Edges of leaf are ragged, causing slight loss of both main and marginal text.;Incipit: أن تظهروا فارس على الروم لأنهم اهل أوثان قال بن شهاب فغلبت فارس الروم فسر بذ[لك] المشركون . . .;Fragment from al Māwardī's Tafsīr: on Sūrat al-Rūm, verses 1-7.
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  • 000005949?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1700/1799?
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript codexes.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 11-12 lines per page, written in Sūdānī on heavy glazed, laid European paper (shield watermark?). Approximately 25 leaves per volume. Red punctuation marks; verses marked by three red dots; catchwords. Not all surahs marked with title; when written, surah headings are in red and appear to have been added by a later hand. Text fully vocalized. First few words of some volumes in red if text does not begin with the basmalah. On leaves 23a-b, volume 18; page 2 of cover of volume 24; and leaf 2b, volume 29 are practice copies of Sūrat al-Fātiḥah written in a crude hand. Volume 29 bound out of order; correct sequence of leaves is 5, 1, 4, 6-23, 3, 2. Some volumes end with "ṣadaqa Allāh al-aẓīm . . . " Damp staining around margins. Originally housed in leather case measuring 12. 5 x 29 x 17. 6 cm.;Waqf notice in some volumes (3, 5-9, 12, 18-19, 21-26): "Waqafat'hu Fāṭimah lillāh taʻalá fa-yakūnu al-thawāb li-ummihā" or a shortened version thereof.;An incomplete multivolume manuscript of the Qurʼān from Harar; previously owned by a woman named Fāṭimah. Each volume contains one juzʼ; the last juzʼ is lacking.;Loose in stiffened maroon leather wrappers with flaps; blind-stamped central mandorla and pendants; tooled border. Paper doublures.
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  • 2r36v5088?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1700/1799?
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript codexes.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 11-12 lines per page, written in Sūdānī on heavy glazed, laid European paper (shield watermark?). Approximately 25 leaves per volume. Red punctuation marks; verses marked by three red dots; catchwords. Not all surahs marked with title; when written, surah headings are in red and appear to have been added by a later hand. Text fully vocalized. First few words of some volumes in red if text does not begin with the basmalah. On leaves 23a-b, volume 18; page 2 of cover of volume 24; and leaf 2b, volume 29 are practice copies of Sūrat al-Fātiḥah written in a crude hand. Volume 29 bound out of order; correct sequence of leaves is 5, 1, 4, 6-23, 3, 2. Some volumes end with "ṣadaqa Allāh al-aẓīm . . . " Damp staining around margins. Originally housed in leather case measuring 12. 5 x 29 x 17. 6 cm.;Waqf notice in some volumes (3, 5-9, 12, 18-19, 21-26): "Waqafat'hu Fāṭimah lillāh taʻalá fa-yakūnu al-thawāb li-ummihā" or a shortened version thereof.;An incomplete multivolume manuscript of the Qurʼān from Harar; previously owned by a woman named Fāṭimah. Each volume contains one juzʼ; the last juzʼ is lacking.;Loose in stiffened maroon leather wrappers with flaps; blind-stamped central mandorla and pendants; tooled border. Paper doublures.
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  • Sn00b513x?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1700/1799?
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript codexes.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 11-12 lines per page, written in Sūdānī on heavy glazed, laid European paper (shield watermark?). Approximately 25 leaves per volume. Red punctuation marks; verses marked by three red dots; catchwords. Not all surahs marked with title; when written, surah headings are in red and appear to have been added by a later hand. Text fully vocalized. First few words of some volumes in red if text does not begin with the basmalah. On leaves 23a-b, volume 18; page 2 of cover of volume 24; and leaf 2b, volume 29 are practice copies of Sūrat al-Fātiḥah written in a crude hand. Volume 29 bound out of order; correct sequence of leaves is 5, 1, 4, 6-23, 3, 2. Some volumes end with "ṣadaqa Allāh al-aẓīm . . . " Damp staining around margins. Originally housed in leather case measuring 12. 5 x 29 x 17. 6 cm.;Waqf notice in some volumes (3, 5-9, 12, 18-19, 21-26): "Waqafat'hu Fāṭimah lillāh taʻalá fa-yakūnu al-thawāb li-ummihā" or a shortened version thereof.;An incomplete multivolume manuscript of the Qurʼān from Harar; previously owned by a woman named Fāṭimah. Each volume contains one juzʼ; the last juzʼ is lacking.;Loose in stiffened maroon leather wrappers with flaps; blind-stamped central mandorla and pendants; tooled border. Paper doublures.
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  • 6m311w40d?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1700/1799?
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript codexes.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 11-12 lines per page, written in Sūdānī on heavy glazed, laid European paper (shield watermark?). Approximately 25 leaves per volume. Red punctuation marks; verses marked by three red dots; catchwords. Not all surahs marked with title; when written, surah headings are in red and appear to have been added by a later hand. Text fully vocalized. First few words of some volumes in red if text does not begin with the basmalah. On leaves 23a-b, volume 18; page 2 of cover of volume 24; and leaf 2b, volume 29 are practice copies of Sūrat al-Fātiḥah written in a crude hand. Volume 29 bound out of order; correct sequence of leaves is 5, 1, 4, 6-23, 3, 2. Some volumes end with "ṣadaqa Allāh al-aẓīm . . . " Damp staining around margins. Originally housed in leather case measuring 12. 5 x 29 x 17. 6 cm.;Waqf notice in some volumes (3, 5-9, 12, 18-19, 21-26): "Waqafat'hu Fāṭimah lillāh taʻalá fa-yakūnu al-thawāb li-ummihā" or a shortened version thereof.;An incomplete multivolume manuscript of the Qurʼān from Harar; previously owned by a woman named Fāṭimah. Each volume contains one juzʼ; the last juzʼ is lacking.;Loose in stiffened maroon leather wrappers with flaps; blind-stamped central mandorla and pendants; tooled border. Paper doublures.
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  • Zp38wm16v?file=thumbnail
    Date: uuuu
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript leaf.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 4 lines in indifferent nastaʻlīq script, on Arabic paper. Fourth line almost completely torn away. Some insect damage. Verso blank.;A manuscript fragment in Arabic, possibly part of a letter.
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  • V405sh73d?file=thumbnail
    Date: uuuu
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries
    Description: Manuscript leaf.;Title devised by cataloger.;Physical description: 1 line in indifferent naskh script, on Arabic paper. Torn away across bottom and top; verso blank.;A manuscript fragment which appears to consist of personal notes.
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