Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 593 of Kitāb-i mazāmīr-i Ḥaz̤rat-i Dāvīd = Sefer Tehilim : tefilah le-Daṿid.
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- Kitāb-i mazāmīr-i Ḥaz̤rat-i Dāvīd = Sefer Tehilim : tefilah le-Daṿid.
- Other Title
- کتاب مزامير حضرت داويد = ספר תהלים : תפלה לדוד.
- Sefer Tehilim
- Text of Sefer Tehillim [Book of Psalms] in Hebrew with interlinear Persian translation.
- Contributor Names
- Maʻṣūmī Tihrānī, ʻAbd al-Ḥamīd, editor.
- Bahman, Mahdī, calligrapher.
- Mission Group of Peace for All.
- Created / Published
- 1383 
- Subject Headings
- - Manuscripts, Persian--Washington (D.C.)
- - Manuscripts, Hebrew--Washington (D.C.)
- - Library of Congress.--African and Middle Eastern Division.--Hebraic Section
- - Illumination of books and manuscripts, Iranian
- - Jewish illumination of books and manuscripts--Iran
- - Iran--Tehran
- - Ms.
- - In Persian and Hebrew.
- - Produced in Tehran, Iran; edited by ʻAbd al-Ḥamīd Mʻaṣūmī Tihrānī; illumination by Mahdī Bahman.
- - Hand-lettered Persian text with interlinear Hebrew original, hand-colored and gilded title pages, chapter headings, and decorations; text framed by gilded line with thin black edging approximately 1 mm from the gold; uniformly light cream color paper throughout; no visible watermarks.
- - Persian text in clear Nastaʻlīq; Hebrew in modern square charaters with rubricated vocalization; 12 lines in written area, 23 x 15.
- - Signature and seal of editor and signature of calligrapher at end of colophon.
- - Binding is unadorned, contemporary brown leather.
- 1 v. (unpaged) ; 36 cm.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- BS315 .P4 2004
- Digital Id
- Library of Congress Control Number
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Credit Line: Library of Congress, African and Middle East Division, Near East Section Persian Manuscript Collection
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Chicago citation style:
Bahman, Mahdī, Calligrapher, and Mission Group Of Peace For All. Kitāb-i mazāmīr-i Ḥaz̤rat-i Dāvīd = Sefer Tehilim: tefilah le-Daṿid. editeds by MaʻṢūmī Tihrānī, ʻAbd Al-Ḥamīditor  Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/2007332311/.
APA citation style:
Bahman, M. & Mission Group Of Peace For All, MaʻṢūmī Tihrānī, ʻ. A., ed. (2004) Kitāb-i mazāmīr-i Ḥaz̤rat-i Dāvīd = Sefer Tehilim: tefilah le-Daṿid. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2007332311/.
MLA citation style:
Bahman, Mahdī, Calligrapher, and Mission Group Of Peace For All. Kitāb-i mazāmīr-i Ḥaz̤rat-i Dāvīd = Sefer Tehilim: tefilah le-Daṿid. ed by MaʻṢūmī Tihrānī, ʻAbd Al-Ḥamīditor  Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2007332311/>.
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