Union Catalogue of Manuscripts from the Islamicate World

Wadh.Minasian 181 (The Ferdowsi Library, Wadham College, University of Oxford)

Oriental Manuscripts Minasian Collection

Contents

Summary of Contents: The work is one of the famous interpretations of Qurʾān on which many interpreters rely. The interpretation is authored using a number of other interpretations together with some additions from the author himself. There have been many commentaries and annotations written on this interpretation so far. This copy covers from the beginning (Sūrat al-Tawḥīd) of Qurʾān to the beginning of Sūrat al-ʾAnʿām.
Language(s): Arabic

Qurʼan--Criticism, interpretation

Incipit: بسمله، صلوه،… و بعد فان اعظم العلوم مقدارا و ارفعها شرفا و منارا علم التفسیر الذی رئیس العلوم الدینیه… و الاتیان بما قصدته نادیا ان اسمیه بعد ان اتممه بانوار التنزیل و اسرار التاویل…
Explicit: … سوره الانعام مکیه و هی مایه و خمس ستون آیه. بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم الحمد لله الذی خلق السموات و الارض… علی الذین هم بربهم یعدلون و جمع السموات…||
Colophon:

References

Sequence Number in the Persian Catalogue:

Sequence Number in the Persian Catalogue:

  • FAW 96

Similar copies in other libraries:

  • GIE, 2/22
  • MAL, 1/64
  • NLI, 15/145
  • SEP, 1/118-120
  • MNL, 21/164-166
  • UTL, 1/15

Similar Copies listed in Other Catalogues:

  • ALZ, 6/44, 23
  • COM, 1/50, 57
  • DEN, 2/218

Printed editions:

  • Tehran, 1284 AH
  • Cairo, 1355 AH
  • Istanbul, 1270 AH
  • Leipzig, 1844

On the Web:

Physical Description

Form: codex
Support: Oriental paper, natural buff, varying thickness (thick, regular, thin), one size, glossy. Rubricated and green titles and verses; some folios with signs of water damage; edge mending of initial folios.
Extent: 141 ff.
Dimensions (leaf): 22.5 × 16.5 cm.
Dimensions (written): 20.5 × 11 cm.

Layout

25 lines per page.

Hand(s)

Cursive Naskh, one hand, regular hand; marginalia in Nastaʿalīq and Shikastah Nastaʿalīq. Anonymous

Additions: Rectangular, illegible stamp on f. 1b. Ownership stamp on f. 1b removed. Ownership note.

Binding

Cardboard, 17.5 × 26.5 cm, front + back cover.

Condition

History

Origin: Unknown place of origin; 11th century AH; 16-17th century CE

Provenance and Acquisition

Donated to The Ferdowsi Library by Dr Caro Minasian in 1972.

Record Sources

This record was created based on the information published in: Mir-Ansari, Ali, Catalogue of the Persian and Arabic Manuscripts in the Ferdowsi Library, Wadham College, University of Oxford (Minasian Collection), Tehran: Miras-e Maktoob, 2016.

Availability

Entry to the Library is permitted upon presentation of a valid university ID card (for admissions procedures, please visit Wadham College Library, Persian Studies Section). Please Contact persian.library@wadham.ox.ac.uk for further information on the availability of this manuscript.

Key to bibliographical abbreviations of alternative versions:

Libraries:

AQR: Central Library of Astan Quds Razavi; FAW: Ferdowsi Library, Wadham College, University of Oxford (Minasian Collection); GIE: Great Islamic Encyclopedia Library, Manuscripts; GIP: Great Islamic Encyclopedia Library, Photographed and Microfilmed Manuscripts; GUL: Library of Ayatollah Gulpayigani; LAH: Library of Ayatollah Ha'iri (Library of Faydiyya Seminary); MAJ: Library, Museum and Documentation Center of the Islamic Consultative Assembly; MAL: Malek National Museum and Library; MNL: Mar'ashi Najafi Library; NLI: National Library of Iran; SEP: Sepahsalar (Shahid Motahari) Mosque and School of Tehran; TCL: Tabriz Central Public Library; UTL: Central Library of University of Tehran.

Catalogues:

ALZ: الذریعه; ARP: فهرست کتاب‌های چاپی عربی; COM: فهرست مشترک نسخه‌های خطی فارسی; DEN: فهرستواره دست‌نوشته‌های ایران (دنا); FAM: فهرست نسخه‌های خطی فارسی; FAP: فهرست کتاب‌های چاپی فارسی; FIH: فهرستواره کتاب‌های فارسی; KAS: کشف الظنون عن اسامی الکتب و الفنون; RAY: ریحانة الادب فی تراجمِ المعروفین بالکنیة او اللّقب; TAB: طبقات اعلام الشیعه.

Funding of Cataloguing

Wadham College (University of Oxford)


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