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
Funding of Cataloguing