Revealing the Amphibology in Daoud bin Gerges (second edition)

Manuscript Description

Revealing the Amphibology in Daoud ibn Gerges (second edition) is a manuscript classified within the sciences of belief by its author, Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman Aba Bateen, who died in the year 1282 AH. It was copied by Ibrahim bin Muhammad bin Dwayan in the Naskh script on the 9th of Rabi’ al-Awwal 1312 AH. The number of sheets was 72 sheets, the number of lines was 20, and the size was 24 x 16.5 cm. This is a suspended copy, and the name of the author was not mentioned, and on the first paper there is evidence that this copy was sent to Abdullah Al-Khalaf in Hail. It was also written using black ink, and what is to be distinguished was written in red. The title was mentioned here establishing sanctification in response to Daoud bin Gerges.

Manuscript title

Revealing the Amphibology in Daoud bin Gerges (second edition)

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Transcribed ; 9 Rabi' al-Awwal in the year 1312 AH

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Number of sheets:

Number of sheets: 72; number of lines: 20; Size: 24 x 16.5 cm.

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360 / Iftaa

General Notes:

Suspended copy, and the reason was not mentioned. On the first paper, there is evidence that this copy was sent to Abdullah Al-Khalaf in Hail. It was written in black ink, and what is intended to be distinguished was written in red, and the title was mentioned here is the establishment of sanctification in response to Daoud bin Gerges.