Al-Wshara Ela Wafiyat Al-A3yan Al-Montaqa Men Tareekh Al-Islam

Manuscript Description

Al-Wshara Ela Wafiyat Al-A3yan Al-Montaqa Men Tareekh Al-Islam is a manuscript in Translations. It was written by Al-Dhahabi, Muhammad bin Ahmed bin Othman, who died in 748 AH and was copied in the Naskh script on the 13th Century Hijiri. The number of papers was 49, and the number of lines was 23, with a size of 18.5 x 14 cm. the beginning of the manuscript is as follows: The ready sheikhs told us ... I am the imam ... Al-Dhahab said, "Praise be to Allah, glory be to Allah, and there's no power but with Allah... the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, emigrated to Medina, so he arrived at it on almost Monday.", and the ending: “... in the year five hundred and twenty-four, Abu Ishaq Ibrahim bin Othman Al-Azzi the poet and Ismail bin Al-Fadl ...”. A precious copy, missing the ending, with unclear seals, and there are names of letters that were with the book on the title sheet. Perhaps this copy was part of a collection, then its papers were separated, disjointed, written in black ink and the sixty in red ink.

Manuscript Title:

Al-Wshara Ela Wafiyat Al-A3yan Al-Montaqa Men Tareekh Al-Islam

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

Beginning of the manuscript:

The ready sheikhs told us ... I am the imam ... Al-Dhahab said, "Praise be to Allah, glory be to Allah, and there's no power but with Allah... the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, emigrated to Medina, so he arrived at it on almost Monday."

End of the manuscript:

... in the year five hundred and twenty-four, Abu Ishaq Ibrahim bin Othman Al-Azzi the poet and Ismail bin Al-Fadl ...

Transcriber's Name:

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Date of transcription:

Naskh; on the 9th Century Hijiri.

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Font type:

Naskh

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

Number of papers: 49.. Number of lines: 23. Size: 18.5 x 14 cm

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Archiving No:

Al Ifta’ 92

General Notes:

A precious copy, missing the ending, with unclear seals, and there are names of letters that were with the book on the title sheet. Perhaps this copy was part of a collection, then its papers were separated, disjointed, written in black ink and the sixty in red ink.