ALNUZHA ALZAHIA FI 'AHKAM ALHAMMAM ALSHAREIAH WALTIBIYAH

Manuscript description

ALNUZHA ALZAHIA FI 'AHKAM ALHAMMAM ALSHAREIAH waltibiyah is a manuscript classified within the Shafi'i jurisprudence. It was copied in the Nasta'liq script in the eleventh century AH. Written by Al-Manawi, Muhammad Abdul-Raouf bin Taj Al-Arefin bin Ali, who died in 1031 AH. The number of papers is 32 paper, the number of lines is 21 line, and the size is 20.5 x 14. cm. Beginning of the manuscript: I thank Allah for the bliss of contentment that He has bestowed on me, and for what He has made me of unanimity and interruption according to my ability. Since I know the private and public need to enter the bathroom, and since I did not see in its terms a composition that cures ailments End of the manuscript: (... Ibn Abi Taher narrated in his history that: Al Mahdi had flirtation and love in women... And I told Al Mahdi about that, so he attacked him until he killed him. And Allah Almighty knows best. . And praise be to Allah first and foremost. Allah is sufficient for me, Most Excellent is He in whom I trust. It is a copy matched to the author’s copy. It was written in black ink and the red ink was used in what is to be distinguished.

Manuscript Title:

ALNUZHA ALZAHIA FI 'AHKAM ALHAMMAM ALSHAREIAH WALTIBIYAH

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Beginning of the manuscript:

I thank Allah for the bliss of contentment that He has bestowed on me, and for what He has made me of unanimity and interruption according to my ability. Since I know the private and public need to enter the bathroom, and since I did not see in its terms a composition that cures ailments

End of the manuscript:

... Ibn Abi Taher narrated in his history that: Al Mahdi had flirtation and love in women... And I told Al Mahdi about that, so he attacked him until he killed him. And Allah Almighty knows best. And praise be to Allah first and foremost. Allah is sufficient for me, Most Excellent is He in whom I trust

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Date of transcription:

nasta'liq; belongs to the century 11th AH.

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Font type:

nasta'liq

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

Number of papers: 32; Number of lines: 21; Size: 20.5×14 cm.

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Archiving No:

204 / Al-Iftaa

General Notes:

A copy matched to the author’s copy. It was written in black ink and the red ink was used in what is to be distinguished.