Published December 1976
by Princeton University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||528|
Online Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences “With the help of TIMA, a project was started in November to catalogue sixty Arabic manuscripts in the Oriental Collection of the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (LHAS) within the on-line catalogue of the : Evyn Kropf. Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections by Cambridge University Library,Avihai Shivtiel,Friedrich Niessen Book Resume: This volume is a continuation of the catalogue compiled by Colin F. Baker and Meira Polliack, Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Arabic Old Series (T-S. Catalogue of Arabic manuscripts. Munksgaard, Copenhagen: The Royal Library, (OCoLC) Online version: Catalogue of Arabic manuscripts. Munksgaard, Copenhagen: The Royal Library, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. The third volume cataloguing the Arabic material at the Royal Library, Copenhagen, describes manuscripts. These include the latest acquisitions, 47 manuscripts being described for the first time together with a further manuscripts previously listed in a Latin catalogue printed in
The Arabic manuscript collection now in the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford includes some the oldest and most important scientific and medical medieval manuscripts preserved today. Emilie Savage-Smith describes medical manuscripts representing different : Emilie Savage-Smith. 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, . 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. Isaac Armalet's catalogue gives the first detailed description of the Syriac, Garshuni and Arabic manuscripts at the Syriac Catholic Patriarchal Library at the Monastery of Charfet in Lebanon. The manuscript collection was established there in the eighteenth century and contains biblical, liturgical, and theological texts of importance to.
Add tags for "Catalogue of the Arabic Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library, A. Mingana.". Be the first. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences - established in - houses many small and still hidden collections. One of these, the most comprehensive Hungarian collection of Arabic manuscripts, is brought to light by the present catalogue. Arabic and Persian Manuscripts in the Birnbaum Collection, Toronto includes many early copies, from the 6th century A.H. / 12th century C.E. onwards. They cover a wide range of subjects. The catalogue gives detailed descriptions of 66 Arabic and 34 Persian works, arranged by : Eleazar Birnbaum. In Adam Gacek, Arabic Manuscripts: A Vademecum for Readers, Leiden: Brill, (available as an e-book through the Library's subscription to Brill Online) Sijpesteijn, Petra. "Palaeography." In Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, : Evyn Kropf.