RAS Persian 224. (Library, Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland)
1 copy of Amadnamah by Anon
Punctuation and glosses in Hindustani appear in most of the manuscript in red but not in the last folios. Paradigms of Persian verbs. The title Amadnamah appears in pencil on the first folio in Arabic script but is clearly in the hand of a European. Possibly it was written by Price and accepted by Morley. The text begins abruptly with the forms of the verb amadan = to come.
9 lines on a page
Red leather Indian binding decorated with coloured stamped and painted decoration.
Provenance and Acquisition
Bequeathed by Major David Price.