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Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Daiber Collection II

Hans Daiber

Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Daiber Collection II

Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo

by Hans Daiber

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Published by Documentation Center for Asian Studies in [Tokyo] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan,
  • Tokyo
    • Subjects:
    • Tōkyō Daigaku. Tōyō Bunka Kenkyūjo -- Catalogs.,
    • Manuscripts, Arabic -- Japan -- Tokyo -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCatalogue of Daiber Collection II, Tōkyō Daigaku Tōyō Bunka Kenkyūjo shozō Arabiago shahon (Daibā korekushon II) mokuroku
      Statementby Hans Daiber.
      GenreCatalogs.
      ContributionsTōkyō Daigaku. Tōyōgaku Bunken Sentā., Tōkyō Daigaku. Tōyō Bunka Kenkyūjo.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6621.T443 A73 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 320 p. ;
      Number of Pages320
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3598201M
      LC Control Number2002321768

      By Irmeli Perho , 3 volumes book set of pp., richly illustrated, hardcover This latest set of 3 volumes, cataloging the Arabic material at the Royal Library, Copenhagen, describes manuscripts including the latest acquisitions. 47 manuscripts are here described for the first time, whereas manuscripts h. The Arabic collection counts aro printed volumes of original-language literature and 3, manuscripts. Annually, around to 1, Arabic monographs are added. The stocks were built up systematically over the centuries according to scholarly criteria, representing important resources for research and education on a national and.

      The collection of Islamic manuscript books in the University Library “Svetozar Markovic” in Belgrade, Serbia, is a part of a precious holding of the Department of Rarities. It considers volumes with works incorporated, containing manuscripts written in three most widespread Islamic languages: Arabic, Ottoman — Turkish and Persian. CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS OF THE FIVE COLLEGES AMHERST COLLEGE SMITH COLLEGE MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, AMHERST HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE Compiled by: S. J. Harris, V. K. Worth, J. Kelly, M. Antonetti, M. Kelly, et al. [as of 4/] is a preliminary list based on MARC records. Those records .

      For students, the site includes an extensive glossary of medical, scientific, and book-production terminology linked to the text. For advanced scholars, the site provides a catalogue raisonné (including images) from the or so Persian and Arabic manuscripts in . Collection consists of manuscripts written in Arabic on paper and vellum ranging from the 7th century to the late 19th century. Items include versions of the Koran and the Bible with commentaries, religious treatises, prayers, and prayer books. Literary writings are poems, proverbs, sayings, traditions, and biographical accounts.


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Get this from a library. Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Daiber Collection II: Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo. [Hans Daiber; Tōkyō Daigaku. Tōyōgaku Bunken Sentā.; Tōkyō Daigaku.

Tōyō Bunka Kenkyūjo.]. Daiber Collection. How to use this database: This collection is the corpus of manuscripts mainly focused on Arabic, collected by Dr. Hans Daiber, a professor of Islamic studies in Germany, over many years. Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo purchased the collection, its first part in and its second part in Daiber Collection Database, The Arabic Manuscripts in the Daiber Collection, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo Catalogue of Arabic manuscripts, International Islamic University, Malaysia from the rare book / special collections of Koç Uni ve rsity.

May be browsed or searched and viewed : Evyn Kropf. All manuscripts of the Islamic Manuscripts Collection are described in the Library's catalogue, available via the Library Catalog Search or Mirlyn Classic interfaces. In Mirlyn Classic, you will find the entire manuscript description automatically displayed on Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Daiber Collection II book single : Evyn Kropf.

Forty more Arabic scientific manuscripts go live in Qatar Digital Library; A small collection of Arabic manuscripts containing a number of Druze theological texts have also been fully digitised and are available in Digitised Manuscripts (search for Druze). You can find also images relating to Arabic material in the British Library Images Online.

Although the number of Arabic manuscripts held by the academy’s library is relatively small ( volumes containing a total of works), it is the largest in Hungary. The earliest manuscript in the collection, on horsemanship and veterinary science, dates to /; the most recent two are from / Der Kommentar des Iamblichus zu den Carmina Aurea.,The Islamic Concept of Belief in the 4th/10th Century.,Catalogue of the Arabic Manuscripts in the Daiber Collection II, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo.,Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy,The Struggle for Knowledge in Islam, Our Arabic manuscripts collection includes more t works in o volumes.

Details are to be found in a number of catalogues Newly catalogued Arabic manuscripts are included in the Library’s Explore Archives and Manuscripts. Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in Aligarh Muslim University, India: No. 1 (Catalogues of Islamic Manuscripts S.) [Muhammad Yasin Mazhar Siddiqui] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Hardcover.

Explore the Arabic manuscripts All of the Arabic manuscripts are available under a Creative Commons Attribution license; they can be freely downloaded and reused in any situation, so long as attribution is given to Wellcome Library. Browse the manuscripts in the catalogue. Browse Wellcome Arabic Manuscripts Online.

The overwhelming majority of the books are in Arabic, but there are also a small number in Persian and in Bohra da'wat language (lisan al da'wat), Gujarati in Arabic script.

Most of the manuscripts were produced in India, but some of the most interesting ones are from the Yemen, the ancestral home of the Hamdani clan (the oldest of these is 5/5(1). Manuscripts, Arabic -- Catalogs, Manuscripts -- Great Britain Catalogs Publisher London Printed by order of the Secretary of State for India in Council Collection gerstein; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Gerstein - University of Toronto Language English Volume 1Pages:   The acquisition history of the collection reaches from the 17th century to the present day and the manuscripts reflect the interests of both scholars and book collectors.

The oldest manuscripts are Qur’an fragments written on parchment in Kufi script, dating from the 9th century and the most recent manuscript is a collection of Sufi texts. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum.

Full text of "Catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in the library of the Calcutta Madrasah". The valuable and rare Koran manuscripts as well as select examples of Arabic, Persian and Ottoman book art form part of the Oriental collection, whose foundation was laid already inthe foundation year of the library.

Today the collection comprises aro Oriental manuscripts, among them around 4, from the Islamic cultural area. The Arabic manuscripts collection of the Wellcome Library (London) comprises around manuscript books and fragments relating to the history of medicine.

Yale Arabic and Persian Medical Books and Manuscripts. It is a collection of Ahadith based on the known books of the subject. The MS. is divided into some chapters and facit., the book was in the Arabic course of the Madrasas, so have many marginal notes.

() خصائص نبی اکرم ﷺ. Khasais Nabi Akram (pbuh) Size: 22x13cm; ff; ll   For a complete record of the Bodleian's Arabic manuscripts there is a separate card catalogue in the Charles Wendell David Reading Room.

This is a summary catalogue, in transliteration, which includes all the manuscripts described in the two printed catalogues and, in addition, entries for all Arabic manuscripts acquired subsequent to the publication of. 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. A catalog of Arabic manuscripts in the Oriental Institute of Chicago is a listing of the University of Chicago Library Middle East Department's holdings of manuscript copies on microfilm and microfiche.

Daiber Collection Database includes the Arabic Manuscripts in the Daiber Collection Institute of Oriental Culture, University of : Anaïs Salamon. This is a comprehensive listing of the holdings of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, on a series of Arabic manuscripts.

It is the second volume cataloguing the Islamic material of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, and describes 94 manuscripts and 3 lithographed prints acquired early last century. Arabic Manuscripts from West Africa: A Catalog of the Herskovits Library Collection: Home Our collection of Arabic script materials from West Africa contains over 5, items collected from Africa and donated to the library by several Northwestern : Gene Kannenberg.

COLLECTIONS. Fihrist This catalogue provides a searchable interface to basic manuscript descriptions from some of the major manuscript collections in the the continuing contribution of manuscript records from UK libraries, Fihrist aims to become a union catalogue for manuscripts in Arabic script.