Shelfmark:

Isl. Ms. 463 v.6

Title:

[al-Jild al-sādis min Ḥāshiyat Shaykhʻzādah ʻalá al-Bayḍāwī,late 16th and 17th century?].[الجلد السادس من حاشية شيخ زاده على البيضاوي,اواخر القرن 16م والقرن 17م؟].

Author:

Shaykhʻzādah, Muḥammad ibn Muṣṭafá,d. 1544 or 5.شيخ زاده، محمد بن مصطفى القوجوي.

Place/Date of Production:

[1580-1599 and 16--?].

Size:

538 leaves :paper ;207 x 165 (163 x 101) mm.

Summary:

Careful copy of the sixth of seven volumes (v.1 and v.4 now lacking) of the commentary by Shaykhʻzādah Muḥammad ibn Muṣṭafá al-Qūjawī (d.1544 or 5) upon al-Bayḍāwī's commentary on the Qurʼān, Anwār al-tanzīl wa-asrār al-taʼwīl, covering Sūrat Ṭāhā (20) through Sūrat al-Ḥujurāt (49).

Other Title(s):

Ḥāshiyat Shaykhʻzādah ʻalá al-Bayḍāwī.Jild 6حاشية شيخ زاده على البيضاوي.جلد 6Edge title (tail):الجلد السادس من شيخ زاده

Subject(s):

Manuscripts, Arabic--Michigan--Ann Arbor.
Bayḍāwī, ʻAbd Allāh ibn ʻUmar,--d. 1286?--Anwār al-tanzīl wa-asrār al-taʼwīl.
Koran--Commentaries--Early works to 1800.

Language:

Arabic.

Notes:

Ms. composite codex.
Title supplied by cataloguer.

Incipit:

"سورة طه مكية وهي مائة واربع وثلثون اية قوله لاستعلائه ..."

Explicit:

"قوله تمنون عليكم ان اسملوا او الباقون بالحطاب نظرا الى قوله قل لا تمنوا على اسلامكم ويتلوه سورة القاف"

Colophon:

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Dedication:

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Contents:

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Physical Details:
Collation:

ii, V+2 (12), 4 V(52), V+1 (63), 5 V(113), 2 V+1(135), V (145), V-1 (154), 14 V(294), 4 (298), 24 (538), iii ; chiefly quinions ; two quires (pp.911-950) numbered ; catchwords present ; pagination in pencil, Western numerals, supplied during digitization (includes flyleaves and mistakenly skips from p.769 to p.780, thereafter off by ten pages).

Layout:

Written in 23 lines per page ; frame-ruled.

Script:

Naskh and naskh-nastaʻlīq (talik) ; at least four clear Turkish hands ; opening and main hand (appearing multiple places throughout codex), a serifless naskh, rounded with inclination to the left, some elongation of horizontal strokes (occasionally more exaggerated), pointing in strokes rather than distinct dots, point of final nūn sitting above or assimilated with bowl, extensively vocalized ; next hand (from p.29 and elsewhere) a naskh showing influence of nastaʻlīq, serifless with long, fluid ascenders, marked effect of words descending to baseline and of inclination to the left, some elongation of 'horizontal' strokes and sharp, flat descenders (mainly rāʼ, wāw, dhāl, etc.), free assimilation of letters, pointing in strokes rather than distinct dots ; from pp.253-294 still another naskh approaching nastaʻlīq (talik), partially seriffed with inclination to the right, elongation of horizontal strokes, pointing in strokes rather than distinct dots, point of final nūn set above or assimilated with bowl ; from p.601 still another naskh approaching nastaʻlīq (talik), bold, compact and serifless with inclination to the right, elongation of horizontal strokes, quite rounded with free assimilation of letters, pointing in strokes rather than distinct dots ; incipit page (p.6) in a different hand.

Decoration:

Some keywords rubricated or accent with red ink ; written area surrounded by red rule-border.

Support:

European laid paper of four main types ; opening type (also appearing elsewhere in codex) with 9 laid lines per cm. (vertical), chain lines spaced 27-28 mm. apart (horizontal), and anchor in circle with star above watermark (see p.16, 17, etc.), sturdy though crisp, well-burnished to glossy ; next type (second quire and elsewhere) with 10 laid lines per cm. (vertical), chain lines spaced 26 mm. apart (horizontal), and angel in circle with leaf above watermark (see p.38, 39, etc.) ; next type (pp.253-294) with 9 laid lines per cm. (vertical), chain lines spaced 27 mm. apart (horizontal), and crown-star-crescent watermark (see p.262, 263, etc.) ; still another type (from p.601) with 12-13 laid lines per cm. (vertical), chain lines spaced 14-32 mm. apart (horizontal), and three circles watermark, quite thin and transluscent, very well-burnished to glossy.

Binding:

Pasteboards now covered in green-blue paper-backed cloth over dark brown leather with tan leather over spine and fore edge flap ; Type II binding (with flap) ; traces of stamped mandorlas on upper and lower covers (now covered by cloth) ; board linings in dull yellow paper ; sewn in dark pink thread, two stations, sewing in final quires gone ; worked chevron endbands in cream and dull pink, fairly good condition ; ill-fitting with flap too small ; overall in poor condition with lifting and losses of cloth, abrasion, staining, etc. ; housed in box for protection.

Former Shelfmarks:

From inner front cover and label on fore edge flap, "IL 91 VI" (likely supplied by Yahuda, see acquisitions slip in Isl. Ms. 463 v.2).

Origin:

Lacks dated colophon ; paper, etc. suggest late 16th and 17th century.

Ownership and History:

Glosses and marginal corrections ; occasional notabilia and collation marks.

Contributor(s) / Included work(s):

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Scribe(s):

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Former Owner(s):

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In Collection:

Yahuda Collection.

References:

Brockelmann, C. GALI 417 ; S I 739 ; S II 650Ḥājjī Khalīfah. Kashf al-ẓunūn,I 473-4

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Posted by evyn on October 6, 2010
Tags: Arabic MSS, Fully Catalogued, Yahuda Collection

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