Al-Muqni' (Third Edition)

Manuscript description

Al-Muqni' - Third Edition, is a manuscript on Hanbali jurisprudence. It was written by Ibn Qudamah, Abdullah bin Ahmed, who died in the year 620 AH and was copied in the Naskh script in the fourteenth century AH. The number of papers reached 104 sheets, the number of lines is 14, and size is 34 x 24 cm. This Manuscript is not complete , and ends at the chapter “And if a slave writer has one writing ”The writing came in the upper third of the paper, while the rest was white. Perhaps, it was intended to explain the text. Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished information was in red.

Manuscript Title:

Al-Muqni' (Third Edition)

Manuscript Subject:

Other Title (subtitle):

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The Author's full name and date of his death:

Ibn Qudamah, Abdullah bin Ahmed , who died in 620 AH

Beginning of the manuscript:

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End of the manuscript:

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Transcriber's Name:

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Date of transcription:

Copies, belong to the 14 th century AH.

Century:AH:

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Place of transcription (if any):

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Font type:

Alnaskh

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

Number of papers: 104; number of lines: 14; Size: 34 x 24 cm

Language

The place where the manuscript is preserved:

Archiving No:

883 / Al-Iftaa

General Notes:

The other is missing, and ends at the chapter “And if a slave writer has one writing ”The writing came in the upper third of the paper, while the rest was white. Perhaps, it was intended to explain the text. Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished information was in red.