Or 15511 (Oriental Manuscripts, British Library)
Qissah-ʼi Hatim-i Taʼi
1 copy of Qiṣṣah-ʼi Ḥātim-i Ṭāʼī by Ḥātim al-Ṭāʼī
The tales of Ḥātim al-Ṭā’ī, the Arab poet famous for his chivalry and generosity. There are numerous versions of these tales in Persian and other languages.
Other contents: f. 134v, an inscription; 135v, a medicinal (?) recipe, one bayt from Ḥāfiẓ.
Nastaʿlīq. Scribe: Mullā ‘Abd al-Sattār ibn Dā Mullā Mīrzā-yi Kitāb-furūsh
Rubrics. Illuminated heading in gold, blue, and red, f. 1v; floral decoration in margin, green, black, red and yellow, also text frames in red, green, black, black, blue; black, green, black, f. 1v-2r.
Light green leather binding with embossed medallions and pendants, worn.
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