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Compilation manuscripts

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Manuscript volumes comprising two or more works, whether referring to only the content combined or to the combination of physically separate leafs or gatherings that are sewn or tipped in to form one volume.

Found in 149 Collections and/or Records:

Or Ms 338: روشن کلام Rawshan-kalām, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 338
Scope and Contents

A collection of letters composed by Bhūpat-Rāi, at the request of his patron Ra‘dandāz-Khān.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 359: قواعد فارسی Qawā‘id-i Fārsī, undated copy (earliest version compiled 18th-19th cent. C.E.)

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Identifier: Or Ms 359
Scope and Contents

A short treatise on grammar by Rawshan ‘Alī Anṣārī of Jawnpur (d. circa 1225 A.H., 1810 C.E.), who was a professor in the College at Fort William, Calcutta (Kolkata). In the introduction it is stated that the author compiled this work for his son Faz̤l ‘Alī.

Dates: undated copy (earliest version compiled 18th-19th cent. C.E.)

Or Ms 363: رساله در سعادت ونحوستِ ايّام Risālah dar sa‘ādat-u nuḥūsat-i ayyām, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 363
Scope and Contents

An enumeration of a few lucky and unlucky days, with hints for the remedy of evil. It is ascribed by ‘Alī b. Ṭāʼūs to the sixth Twelver Shī‘ī Imām Ja‘far b. Muḥammad al-Ṣādiq (d. 148 A.H., 765 C.E.). The present version is by ‘Ibād-Allāh Muḥammad Bakr b. Muḥammad Taqī. One of the manuscripts with which the present manuscript is bound, Or. Ms. 308, is dated 1066 A.H. (1655 C.E.) and bears the name of the scribe Murtaẓá Qulī Qazvīnī.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 364: فال نامه Fāl-nāmah, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 364
Scope and Contents

The book of divinations ascribed to Alexander the Great (d. 323 B.C.). It contains, in tables, the names of the twelve divisions of heaven, the zodiac.


One of the manuscripts with which the present manuscript is bound, Or. Ms. 308, is dated 1066 A.H. (1655 C.E.) and bears the name of the scribe Murtaẓá Qulī Qazvīnī.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 365: فال نامه Fāl-nāmah, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 365
Scope and Contents

A book of divination ascribed to ‘Alī b. Abī Ṭālib (d. 40 A.H., 661 C.E.).


One of the manuscripts with which the present ms. is bound, Or. Ms. 308, is dated 1066 A.H. (1655 C.E.) and bears the name of the scribe Murtaẓá Qulī Qazvīnī.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 366: فال نامه Fāl-nāmah, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 366
Scope and Contents

A translation from the Arabic of a book of divination ascribed to ‘Alī b. Abī Ṭālib (d. 40 A.H., 661 C.E.), and versified by the poet Khwājah Rashīd al-Dīn "Waṭwāṭ" (d. 578 A.H., 1182 C.E.).


One of the manuscripts with which the present ms. is bound, Or. Ms. 308, is dated 1066 A.H. (1655 C.E.) and bears the name of the scribe Murtaẓá Qulī Qazvīnī.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 367: فال نامه Fāl-nāmah, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 367
Scope and Contents

A book of divination ascribed to the sixth Twelver Shī‘ī Imām, Ja‘far b. Muḥammad al-Ṣādiq (d. 148 A.H., 765 C.E.)


One of the manuscripts with which the present ms. is bound, Or. Ms. 308, is dated 1066 A.H. (1655 C.E.) and bears the name of the scribe Murtaẓá Qulī Qazvīnī.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 368: تعبير خواب نامه Ta‘bīr-i khāb-nāmah, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 368
Scope and Contents

A book on the interpretation of dreams ascribed to the Prophet Yūsuf.


One of the manuscripts with which the present ms. is bound, Or. Ms. 308, is dated 1066 A.H. (1655 C.E.) and bears the name of the scribe Murtaẓá Qulī Qazvīnī.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 369: رساله درعلم فراست Risālah dar ‘ilm-i firāsat, 1107 A.H., 1695 C.E.

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Identifier: Or Ms 369
Scope and Contents

A treatise on the science of physiognomy. The author's name is not given.

Dates: 1107 A.H.; 1695 C.E.

Or Ms 370: قيافه نامه Qiyāfah-nāmah, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 370
Scope and Contents A treatise on the science of physiognomy, including palmistry, by Kālī-Dās Hindī.A Descriptive Catalogue of the Arabic and Persian Manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library by Mohammad Hukk et al. (1925) states that the author is probably the celebrated Hindu poet who flourished either in the time of Rājah Vikramāditya, towards the commencement of the Christian era, or Rājah Bhūj (1040-1090 C.E.). He wrote his celebrated work Nalodia, exhibiting...
Dates: undated