Or. 1362 (St. Pancras, British Library)
Asian and African Studies Oriental Manuscripts
1 copy of Nafaḥāt al-uns by 2 authors
The elephant which spared the life of Abū 'Abdullah al-Ḳulānas because he had taken no part in the slaughter of her calf.
Abu Ṭālib ibn Khazraj overcome by the thought of his sins.
Abū'l-'Abbās al-Ḳaṣsāb al-Āmulī who cured a lame camel in the bazaar at Āmul by praying for it.
Abū 'Ali Farmadī at the public baths at Nishapur.
Abū'l-Ghaiṣ Jamīl al-Yamanī making the lion carry the wood after it had killed his ass.
Sarī al-Saḳatī watching his chiled being lulled out of the millstream by its mother.
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