Books | Manuscripts/Mixed Material Qadi zadah ala al
QāḍīʹZādah, Mūsá Ibn Muḥammad
Early Works to 1800
Jighmīnī, Maḥmūd Ibn Muḥammad
Mulakhkhaṣ Fī Al HayʼAh
- Qadi zadah ala al
- Other Title
- قاضي زادة على الملخص في الهيئة
- A commentary on al-Jighmīnī's book on astronomy, al-Mulakhkhaṣ fī al-hayʼah.
- Contributor Names
- Qāḍīʹzādah, Mūsá ibn Muḥammad, -approximately 1436.
- Created / Published
- Subject Headings
- - Jighmīnī, Maḥmūd ibn Muḥammad,---1221?--Mulakhkhaṣ fī al-hayʼah
- - Astronomy, Arab--Early works to 1800
- - Manuscripts, Arabic--Washington (D.C.)
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
- - Ms.
- - Arabic, Persian poem on fol. 4a.
- - Title from fol. 1a, added later.
- - Purchase of Mahmud al-Mansuri collection, 1945.
- - Library of Congress. Mansuri Collection, 5-751.
- - Paper: tan paper, no visible watermarks, in moderate condition and loose from the spine: some leaves repaired and dark stains on first leaves. Text written in different hands; in black ink with rubricated headings. Extensive marginal notes in several hands; text partially underlined in red. Catchwords on rectos.
- - Nastaʻliq script; 12 lines in written area, 13 x 7 cm.
- - Illustrations.
- - Fol. 1a-132b.
- - Ownership stamp of Muḥammad Sālim and Muḥammad Riḍā al-ʻAbd (?) dated 1085 H  which are both partially illegible and a third illegible ownership stamp on fol. 4a. Stamp of endowment Waqf Jahardah [?] Maʻṣūm on fol. 132b.
- - Binding is loose.
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress website.
- - Incipit: بسم الله الركمن الرحيم الحمد لله الذي جعل الشمس ضيئا و القمر نورا و بسط على بساط البسيط ظلا . . .
- 132 leaves (12 lines), bound : paper, ill. ; 20 x 13 cm.
- Call Number
- QB23 .J5437 1600z
- Digital Id
- amed0001 200149114 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.amed/amed0001.200149114.1
- amed0001 200149114 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.amed/amed0001.200149114.2
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
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