Union Catalogue of Manuscripts from the Islamicate World

MS. Whinfield 8 (Bodleian Library, Oxford University)

Oriental Manuscripts

Contents

Summary of Contents: 7 works by 6 authors on the subjects of Moral exhortation, Sufism, Mysticism, Caliphs, Islam, and Theology
1. ff. 1v, 2r
Title: Waṣīyah

To his son ʻImād al-Dīn

Language(s): Arabic

References

GAL I 441
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (1)]
2. ff. 12v-13r

Supposed to have been exchanged between God and Jīlī [an extract from one of his works?]

Language(s): Arabic

References

GAL I 435, 6
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (5)]
3. ff. 13v-14v
Language(s): Arabic

References

GAL I 444
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (6)]
4. ff. 154r-155r
Author: Anonymous
Language(s): Arabic

References

Appendix Traditions
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (24)]
5. ff. 156v-157v
Language(s): Arabic

References

GAL I 421
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (25)]
6. ff. 179v-182v
Author: Anonymous

A mystical treatise in four qawāʻid

The authorʼs teacher and patron was a certain ʻIzz al-Dīn Aydamur

Language(s): Arabic

References

Appendix Mysticism
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (30)]
7. ff. 190v-192r
Language(s): Arabic

References

GAL I 433
[Beeston Pers. 2827 (33)]

Physical Description

Form: codex
2 ff. 2 ff. 2 ff. 2 ff. 2 ff. 4 ff. 3 ff.

History

Origin: 17th cent. CE 17th cent. CE 17th cent. CE 1612 CE 17th cent. CE 17th cent. CE 17th cent. CE

Provenance and Acquisition

[Any information about a single identifiable episode in the life of the manuscript between origin and acquisition]

Record Sources

Manuscript description based on the Bodleian Library's public card index of Arabic manuscripts with additional enhancements by the OCIMCO project team.

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