Or. 2780 (St. Pancras, British Library)
4 works by 3 authors on the subject of Persian poetry 747-1500
Garshāsp visiting the Brahmans on the mountain of Sarandib.
Garshāsp looking at demons on the Island of Kadkīr.
A rhymed history of Chinggis Khān, 1162-1227 and his successors down to 738
The copy is dated 14th Rajab 800
The Mongols leaving the valley of Irgene Kun where they had taken refuge for 400 years from the Tatars.
Chingīz Khān fighting the Chinese in the mountains.
Chingīz Khān in the pulpit in the mosque at Bukhara where the people were assembled for the festival prayers, calling himself the scourge of God. He said he was sent to punish the nation for its sins.
A poem treating the wars of Bahman with the heroes of Sīstān, and especially with Āz̲arbarzīn, son of Farāmurz
The copy is dated 14th Rabī‘ I 800
Ṭaihūr riding in procession through the streets of Hamdān (? Samdān in the Yemen).
A warrior on Mt. Damavand.
Rich double-page ʿunwāns of the most highly finished style
Part of this manuscript is in Chester Beatty Library
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