Al-Mosanaf (the last part) is a manuscript classified within the sciences of hadith by its author Ibn Abi Shaybah, Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Ibrahim, date 235 Hijiri and transcribed in Al-Naskh font script in the fourteenth century AH. The number of papers reached 302, and the number of lines was 17, with a size of 33 x 21 cm. The manuscript begins with: (The book of asceticism, what was mentioned about the asceticism of the prophets and their words, peace be upon them, Abu Bakr said told us on Jarir bin Abdullah, on the authority of Mansur, on the authority of Mujahid, on the authority of Ubaid bin Omair, he said, “Eesa bin Maryam, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, did not raise the dinner lunch… ). And it ends with: ... Yahya bin Adam told us, he said, Mufaddal told us, on the authority of Abu Ishaq, on the authority of Arfajah, on the authority of his father, he said: When Ali came to the camp of the people of the river, he said: “Whoever knows something, let him take it.” God knows what is right.). This is the last part of this copy; Black ink was used in writing.