Union Catalogue of Manuscripts from the Islamicate World

RAS Persian 243a. (Library, Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland)

Persian Manuscripts

Contents

1 copy of Yusuf u Zulaikha by Anon.

Author: Anon.

The number 243a comes from a handwritten note in the Library copy of Codrington. Four folios at the beginning and six at the end are written in a different hand. The colophon of the last of these states that they were written in London by Ghulam Haidar, of Chandannagar Frasdhanagar (?) in Bengal. Second front flyleaf, recto: Presented by Colonel J S Harriot to the Royal Asiatic Society. Authorship frequently, but incorrectly attributed to Firdausi.

Incipit: Incipit, of added opening page: Bi-nam-i khudawand har du saray
Language(s): Persian.

References

Storey (de Blois), v, 476-482.
Rieu, ii, pp. 545-6; Suppt., p. 133.

Physical Description

Form: codex
Extent: 182 folios
Dimensions (leaf):

Layout

17 lines to the page in double columns

Hand(s)

Nasta'liq.

Binding

Brown leather English binding with tooling and blind tooling.

History

Provenance and Acquisition

Presented by Colonel John Staples Harriott.

Availability

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