Sunan (fourth edition) is a manuscript classified within Hadith Sciences by its author, Abu Dawood, Suleiman bin Al-Ash`ath bin Ishaq, who died in 275AH. It was copied in Naskh font in the twelfth century AH. The number of papers was 264 sheets, the number of lines was 33-37, and the size was 31 × 22cm. Insects affected the text in the first papers, and traces of wetness appeared on it. On its margins are explanations and extracts of hadiths. Some of its papers were written in different fonts, and it is tabulated except for its last part. It was owned by Muhammad Abed al-Sindi, the well-known Hadith Scholar (died) in Sana’a 1237AH, then the endowment of al-Jawhara bint Sheikh Abd al-Aziz ibn Suleiman ibn Abd al-Wahhab for the sake of her deceased son Muhammad ibn Hasan al-Bahili, and the consideration of Ibrahim ibn Touq and Issa ibn Akkas, dated Rabi` al-Thani 13, 1294AH, used black and red ink in writing.