Add. 7735 (St. Pancras, British Library)
1 copy of Manṭiq al-ṭayr by 2 authors
The darvīsh kneeling before the princess he loved.
The hoopoe and the peacock.
Shaikh Ṣan'ān gazing at the Greek Christian maiden asleep on her balcony.
Sultan Maḥmūd helping a boy to catch fish (discoloured).
Jibrāīl, having been sent by God to seek a follower of God in Christian monastery, sees a man kneeling before a golden idol.
The story of the two foxes. A prince hunting with falcon and cheetah.
The sage telling the king about the crevice in a wall of a palace through which 'Izrā'īl, the Angel of Death, could enter.
The prince waylaid by a darvīsh who was so infuriated that he died.
Bound in stamped leather
Provenance and Acquisition
This manuscript had been the property of Allāh Verdī Khān, the late Beglerbegī of Shīrvān