Union Catalogue of Manuscripts from the Islamicate World

King's Pote 230 (King's College Library, King's College Cambridge)

Pote Collection

Contents

Summary of Contents: 1 copy of Fawāʾid Wāfīyah.
Language(s): Arabic

Colophon details: Date: Undated Scribe: Muḥammad Wāṣil ibn QāzīI Allāh Bandah Pangwānī محمد واصل بن قازيل الله بنده پنگوانى .

Colophon further notes: The colophon mentions a date in 877 (date of composition).

References

Geschichte der arabischen Literatur C. Brockelmann 1892-1902 (2 vols. plus supplements) GAL I.303-4;GAL II.207; GAL Supp. I.533

Physical Description

Form: codex
Extent: c. 200 folios.
Dimensions (leaf): 24.8 × 14.4 cm.
Dimensions (written): 15.5 × 7.5 cm.
Foliation: Neither foliated nor paginated.

Layout

17 lines per page.

Not ruled. Rubrications in red. Catchwords.

Additions:

F.1r: an ownership note (dated 1161) followed by a seal (Muḥammad Amīn al-dīn, 1156). The margins are often filled with dense comments in various hands.

Signs of collation.

Binding

Light tan suede, European style. Plain paper doublures (watermarked). Dimensions: 25.2 × 15 × 3.2 cm. Unboxed. Polier's number: 608.

History

Origin: Undated.

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.

Record Sources

Availability

All manuscripts of the Pote Collection are on permanent loan at Cambridge University Library. Entry to read in the Library is permitted only on presentation of a valid reader's card for admissions procedures consult Cambridge University Library. Contact near_eastern@lib.cam.ac.uk for further information on the availability of this manuscript

Funding of Cataloguing

King's College Cambridge


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