Or. 2575 (University Library, Cambridge University)
An 18th c. copy of the Qurʼān from Central Asia.
Mistara ruling, 15 lines to the page. No unwan - place left blank. Each Surah begins with its name written in red. All the ayāts devidedby red circles. On the margins occasional dividers between ten ayāts and aḥzāb as well as rare indications to the modes of receiting.Catchwords on every verso
Written in plain Naskh with black ink and occasional red headings
Original cardboard binding with visible tooling
Provenance and Acquisition
Donated by David McKitterick in 2018
Funding of Cataloguing