Catalogue of Persian, Turkish and Arabic manuscripts, Indian and Persian miniatures

by Phillipps, Thomas Sir.

Publisher: Sotheby in London

Written in English
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Edition Notes

This edition is not illustrated.

Statementfromthe celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (which) will be sold by auction ... by Sotheby & Co. 25th/26th Nov., 1968.
SeriesBibliotheca Phillippica : Medieval manuscripts -- new ser., 4
ContributionsSotheby & Co. (London, England)
The Physical Object
Pagination149 p., (33) leaves of plates :
Number of Pages149
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19386504M

Robinson, B.W. Persian Paintings in the John Rylands Library: A Descriptive Catalogue. London, (Fine Arts Library Fogg 57 M26j) The Chester Beatty Library: A Catalogue of the Persian Manuscripts and Miniatures. 3 vols. Dublin, (Fine Arts Fogg 48 D81c Folio) Blochet, Edgar.   Thereby, all Arabic, Persian, and Turkish manuscripts at Leipzig University Library will be online accessible by This project works with an abbreviated cataloguing template is complemented with complete digital images. The project is supported by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG). Mughal painting is a particular style of South Asian, particularly North Indian (more specifically, modern day India and Pakistan), painting confined to miniatures either as book illustrations or as single works to be kept in albums ().It emerged from Persian miniature painting (itself partly of Chinese origin) and developed in the court of the Mughal Empire of the 16th to 18th centuries.   A catalogue of the Arabic, Persian and Hindu' sta'ny manuscripts, of the librariries of the king of Oudh; comp. under the orders of the government of India [Sprenger, Aloys] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A catalogue of the Arabic, Persian and Hindu' sta'ny manuscripts, of the librariries of the king of Oudh; comp. under the orders of the government of IndiaAuthor: Aloys Sprenger.

  The bulk of the collection consists of manuscripts in Arabic and Persian, along with examples of Coptic, Samaritan, Syriac, Turkish, and Berber. The Omar Ibn Said Collection The Library of Congress has acquired and made available online the Omar Ibn Said Collection, which includes the only known surviving slave narrative written in Arabic in. - Explore Wulvis Innerst's board "Safavid Persia", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Persia, Persian, Persian miniature pins. It is a very good, high quality example of the art of Tazhib in Persian and Islamic manuscripts where gilded and colorful floral and other kinds of abstract designs were used to decorate the margins and the opening pages of different chapters of books and date:   The decoration of early book covers was accomplished through the tracing of the design on the leather and its execution through tooling. Stamping was introduced later through Iran. Lacquered bindings began to appear in Iran in the 15th century. From the 16th century onward, some book covers exhibited decorations similar to Persian miniatures.

A Collection of Twelve Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Turkish Manuscripts. Undated, but probably 17thth centuries. A voluminous collection containing mostly prayers, talismanic, mystical, and medico-magical texts. 1. Chapters from the Koran. 2. A Persian manuscript with Shi'i content. 3. The miniatures illustrate the works of famous poets of Turkish and Persian literature. One of the oldest, the Dilsizname (Book of the Mute), is a work of Badi al-Din-al-Tabrizi, which according to its colophon was produced in Edirne in H/ (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ouseley ). Persian literature comprises oral compositions and written texts in the Persian language and it is one of the world's oldest literatures. It spans over two-and-a-half millennia. Its sources have been within Greater Iran including present-day Iran, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, the Caucasus, and Turkey, regions of Central Asia (such as Tajikistan) and South Asia where the Persian language has. A Persian Miniature is a small painting on paper, whether a book illustration or a separate work of art intended to be kept in an album of such works called a muraqqa. The techniques are broadly comparable to the Western and Byzantine traditions of miniatures in illuminated manuscripts.

Catalogue of Persian, Turkish and Arabic manuscripts, Indian and Persian miniatures by Phillipps, Thomas Sir. Download PDF EPUB FB2

A collection of manuscripts—twenty of them Persian, two Eastern Turkish, and two Arabic—was presented to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in March,by Catalogue of Persian. Alexander Smith Cochran, of Yonkers, New York. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindustani and Pushtu manuscripts Item Preview Manuscripts, Persian -- Bibliography, Manuscripts, Turkish -- Bibliography PublisherPages: The Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts offers a selection of some 9, Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Turkish volumes in the Manuscripts Division, located in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, at the Firestone Memorial Library.

The manuscripts date from the early centuries of Islam through the 19th century. Arabic, Persian, and Urdu for some inexplicable reason. There are press reports about digitizing Indian manuscripts as reported in Deccan Chronicle (Septem ), in an article entitled "Manuscripts to go Digital in New Revival Attempt." However, accurate information about actual completion of.

The Library of Congress is home to a noteworthy collection of rare Persian language manuscripts, lithographic books and early imprints, as well as printed books, housed in the African and Middle Eastern Division (AMED) and the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

Most of these Persian manuscripts and lithographic books were procured for the Library in the s by Kirkor Minassian. Catalogue of the Collection of Persian Manuscripts, Including Turkish and Arabic manuscripts some Turkish and Arabic, Presented to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by Alexander Smith Cochran.

Columbia University Indo Iranian Series, vol. New York: Columbia University Press, no. 11, pp. 79– Valentiner, William Reinhold. Persian manuscripts acquired by the India Office Library (before ) Ross, E.

Denison, and Browne, E.G. Catalogue of two collections of Persian and Arabic manuscripts preserved in the India Office Library. (London, ) Ethé, H. Catalogue of the Persian manuscripts in the Library of the India Office. (Oxford, ). over” the nation.4 A majority of manuscripts are in Persian, followed by Arabic and Urdu.

A smaller number of the manuscripts are in Pushto, Sindhi and Turkish. Present Conditions Like libraries everywhere, public and private funds needed to build, safeguard and preserve book and manuscript collections in India are in. Persian manuscripts are available to read in the Asian and African Reading Room.

Some especially valuable or fragile manuscripts are restricted and available only in exceptional circumstances. Self-service photography is allowed for certain categories of material, provided that its condition allows this.

Project for the digitisation and online presentation of Arabic, Persian, and Turkish manuscripts at Leipzig University Library From October until Januarythe remaining Arabic, Persian, and Turkish manuscripts at Leipzig University Library that have not been catalogued and/or digitized yet, will be subject to a final online.

Legacy catalogues for Arabic, Persian and Turkish manuscripts (among others) are available for viewing and download from the Manchester eScholar repository e.g. Mingana, A., Catalogue of the Arabic Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library Manchester (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ).

Sections I – VI, cols. eScholarID:3o Vever amassed some five hundred Persian, Arabic, Turkish, and Indian manuscripts, paintings, albums, bookbindings, and examples of calligraphy as well as small groups of lithographs, printed books, textiles, nineteenth-century Burmese and Indonesian works, and Armenian paintings.

This material now comprises the Vever Collection in the Arthur M. Catalogue of Arabic, Persian and Urdu Manuscripts, Rot graphs and Microfilms etc.

in the Collection of Prof. Muhammad Iqbal Mujaddidi Compieled by Muhammad Iqbal Mujaddidi & Hamid Ali Ansasri, with the technical assistance Khalid Mahmood Punjab University Library, Lahore, Pakistan Tafsir (1) مفتاح النصیحۃ فی دفع.

Levy read Persian, Turkish and Semitic languages at Oxford and taught Persian there until moving to Cambridge in the s, where he was a lecturer of Persian before becoming full professor in Records show that he was still cataloguing manuscripts for the India Office Library as late as   Thank you Quora User for asking me As much as German, French and English cultures are different.

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Although the collection contains mostly Arabic manuscripts, its Persian holdings are significant, including a number of important and exquisite manuscripts, such as a copy of ʿOmar Ḵayyām’s Robāʿīyāt (dated /), illustrated copies of Saʿdī’sGolestān (dated /), Amīr Ḵosrow Dehlavī’s Ḵamsa (dated /), and the Dīvān ofḤāfeẓ (dated /).

This digitized collection of selected volumes of medical books and manuscripts, dating from tois drawn from the Medical Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library. This collection reflects the Arabic and Persian intellectual efforts that translated, augmented, and transmitted Greek and Roman medical knowledge to Western societies during the Renaissance.

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Catalogue of the Persian manuscripts in the British museum Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. About two-thirds of the manuscript focuses on the tribes, traditions, and professions unique to Hindu India—yet the book is written in Persian, but.

"manuscripts persian michigan ann arbor" "manuscripts turkish michigan ann arbor" (for Ottoman Turkish) In the case of paper, this scheme addresses whether European or non (Arab, Persian, Indian, etc.), laid or wove with orientation and measurement of the laid and chain lines, description of any watermarks, and characterization of the.

The National Library possesses more than 2, manuscripts in the Arabic script, primarily in the Arabic language, but also in Persian and Ottoman Turkish. The most distinguished collection of manuscripts is from the Yahuda collection, comprising rare and often exquisite manuscripts that were bequeathed to the Library by the scholar and.

Foundation. The Bodleian Library's Islamic manuscript collection is one of the most important in Europe. By the Library already owned a substantial number of Arabic manuscripts, along with a smaller holdings in Persian and Turkish, and these foundation collections remain the cornerstone of the Bodleian’s resources for the study of Islamic culture and scholarship.

An Introduction to Persian Painting (Princeton and Oxford, ); B.W. Robinson, Persian Paintings in the Collection of the Royal Asiatic Society (Royal Asiatic Society Books, ), A Descriptive Catalogue of the Persian Paintings in the Bodleian Library (Oxford, ) and Persian Miniature Painting from Collections in the British Isles.

A Persian miniature (Persian: نگارگری ایرانی negârgari Irâni) is a small Persian painting on paper, whether a book illustration or a separate work of art intended to be kept in an album of such works called a techniques are broadly comparable to the Western Medieval and Byzantine traditions of miniatures in illuminated manuscripts.

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Persian MSS + Title assigned by cataloger. Various hands of various ages. With several miniatures in colors. Mounted in a photograph album, covering the photographs under each leaf of manuscript.

Armorial bookplate of Viscount Townshend. Front cover lettered: J.L. O'B. Mostly Persian, with some leaves of Arabic, and two leaves of Hindu [Hindi?].

The St. Petersburg Muraqqa c: Album of Indian and Persian Miniatures of the 16 th th Centuries and Specimens of Persian Calligraphy of c Imad al-Hasani, 2 nd ed. Milan: ARCH/Electa, Alparslan, Ali. Alparslan, Ali. Osmanlı Hat Sanatı Tarihi, 2 nd ed.

Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Yayınları, Al-Bahnasi, Afif. Al-Bahnasi, c. The Manuscripts Division holds nea volumes of Arabic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish, and other manuscripts of the predominantly Islamic world, written in Arabic script. This is the largest such collection in North America and one of the finest in the Western world.

- Explore Cecilie Okada Design | Art Tut's board "Persian, Mughal, & Indian Art", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about indian art, art, islamic art pins. "This multifaceted publication includes a catalogue of over 3, Persian, Indian-Islamic, Turkish, and Arabic miniatures in The New York Public Library, principally from its Spencer Collection, accompanied by more than photographs, 24 in color; a catalogue of all Islamic manuscripts in the Library qua manuscripts - notable among these are Arabic manuscripts from the Library's.

The Princeton University Library's Near East manuscript Collections include more t titles in 11, codexes; predominantly in Arabic, but there are also many items in Persian and Ottoman Turkish.

The Collections owe their beginnings to the remarkable manuscripts collected and donated by Robert Garrett (class of.Islamic miniatures are small paintings on paper, usually book or manuscript illustrations but also sometimes separate earliest examples date from around AD, with a flourishing of the artform from around AD.

The field is divided by scholars into four types, Arabic, Mughal (Indian), Ottoman (Turkish), and Persian. References.A section dedicated to the Arts of the Book includes four Persian and Turkish manuscripts, just a selection from our collection of more t manuscripts.

These are: Collected anecdotes. The Javamiʻ al-hikayat is a compilation of tales and anecdotes dating from mythical times until the end of the rule of the Abbasid Caliph Al-Mustansir.