القرآن. al-Qurʼān, 1700-1850 C.E.; 1111-1266 A.H.
Copy of most of Juzʼ 8 of the Qurʼān. The text begins with the last two words of verse 112 of al-Anʻām, and ends with the penultimate word of verse 78 of al-Aʻrāf.
- 1700-1850 C.E.; 1111-1266 A.H.
Item is undated, but likely copied in the 18th or 19th century.
Other Related Names
- Usis, Felix, former owner
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Felix Usis in 1983.
Manuscript codex. Title supplied by cataloger.
Textblock is detached from binding. Covers are dark brown leather over pasteboard (Type III) with faint blind stamping and frame; marbled endpapers; spine has been reinforced with black textile.
I, 25, i leaves : 263 x 170 (165 x 100) mm bound to 175 x 127 mm
Written in 7 long lines; border-ruled.
Written in muḥaqqaq in black ink; pointed, vocalized.
Textblock border-ruled in gold and blue; gold florets with orange and blue dots mark verse endings; gold and blue circular or teardrop shaped marginal medallions mark text divisions; sūrah title in gold.
Modern foliation added in pencil, upper left recto (1-12, 12[a]-25).
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