Ghayat Al-Muntaha fe Gam’ Al-Eqna’ Wal Muntaha (third edition)

Manuscript description

Ghayat Al-Muntaha fe Gam’ Al-Eqna’ Wal Muntaha (third edition) is a manuscript on Hanbali jurisprudence. Written by Mar’i Al-Karmi, Mar’i bin Yusuf bin Abi Bakr, who died in 1033 AH. It was copied in the Naskh (script) in the thirteenth century AH. The number of papers was 200, and the number of lines was 37, with a size of 30 x 20 cm. What missed from the beginning and ending of the manuscript was completed in a modern handwriting. There are many explanations on margin in the handwriting of the Transcriber, transferred from different books, with traces of wetness. the beginning of the manuscript is annexed by the seals of Abdullah bin Omar bin Duhaish, dated 1359 AH. Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished was written in red, and its binding is recently made.

Manuscript Title:

Ghayat Al-Muntaha fe Gam’ Al-Eqna’ Wal Muntaha (third edition)

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Date of transcription:

Naskh (script); before 13 AH.

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Font type:

Naskh (script)

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Number of papers:200. Number of lines: 37. Size: 20 x 30 cm.

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Archiving No:

Iftaa 27

General Notes:

What missed from the beginning and ending of the manuscript was completed in a modern handwriting. There are many explanations on margin in the handwriting of the Transcriber, transferred from different books, with traces of wetness. the beginning of the manuscript is annexed by the seals of Abdullah bin Omar bin Duhaish, dated 1359 AH. Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished was written in red, and its binding is recently made.