Al-Furue (Part 2)

Manuscript Description

Al-Furue(Part 2) is a manuscript classified within Hanbali Fiqh. It was written by Ibn Muflih, Muhammad bin Muflih bin Muhammad, who died in 763AH. It was copied by Muhammad bin Hamad bin Nasrallah bin Fawzan bin Nasrallah on the first of Rajab 1259 AH. The number of papers was 199 sheets, the number of lines was 24-28, and the size was 21.5 × 15cm. This is a good copy, which includes the second half of the book. It was copied by the transcriber from an ancient origin dated 766 AH, written by Muhammad bin Obaid Al-Mardawi, and this copy that we have in our hands was written by Sheikh Othman bin Mansour Al-Tamimi and he personally matched it to the original and corrected and commented on it simple comments, then it was owned by Sheikh Abdul Al-Rahman bin Hassan by purchasing from the estate of Sheikh Othman bin Mansour and on the copy the endowment of Imam Abdullah bin Faisal, black ink was used in writing and what is to be distinguished was written in red.

Manuscript Title:

Al-Furue (Part 2)

Manuscript Subject

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Author's full name and date of his death:

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End of the manuscript:

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Date of transcription:

Copies, First Rajab 1259 AH

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Font type:

Naskh

Number of papers: Number of lines: Size: X cm

Number of papers: 199, Number of lines: 24-28 Size: 21.5×15 cm

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Archiving No:

693 / Ifta

General Notes:

This is a good copy, which includes the second half of the book. It was copied by the transcriber from an ancient origin dated 766 AH, written by Muhammad bin Obaid Al-Mardawi, and this copy that we have in our hands was written by Sheikh Othman bin Mansour Al-Tamimi and he personally matched it to the original and corrected and commented on it simple comments, then it was owned by Sheikh Abdul Al-Rahman bin Hassan by purchasing from the estate of Sheikh Othman bin Mansour and on the copy the endowment of Imam Abdullah bin Faisal, black ink was used in writing and what is to be distinguished was written in red.