King's Pote 125 (King's College Library, King's College Cambridge)
Colophon further notes: Sunday, 25 Rajab, year 4 of some reign.
Note concerning work: Explanations of phrases used by contemporary poets like Ṣāʾib, Waḥshī, etc, and forming a supplement to the same author’s dictionary entitled Sirāj al-Lugha.
14 lines per page.
Not ruled. Red rubrications.
Signs of collation.
Marbled paper on leather. Plain paper doublures. Condition: Damage to the edges of the boards. Dimensions: 23.5 × 15.5 × 3.2 cm. Unboxed. Polier's number: 286.
Provenance and Acquisition
The "Pote Collection" arrived in England from India in 1790 and was divided between the Colleges of Eton and King's, Cambridge, with the first half alphabetically going to King's. Both halves of the collection are now housed in Cambridge University Library on permanent loan. Most if not all of the manuscripts had previously been owned by Colonel Antoine-Louis Henri Polier (1741–1795).
Gift of Edward Ephraim Pote (d.1832) in 1788.
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Funding of Cataloguing
King's College Cambridge