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Descriptive catalogue of Arabic manuscripts in Nigeria

Aida S. Arif

Descriptive catalogue of Arabic manuscripts in Nigeria

[in the] Jos Museum and Lugard Hall Library, Kaduna

by Aida S. Arif

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Published by Luzac in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Manuscripts, Arabic -- Nigeria -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Dr. Aida S. Arif and Dr. Ahman M. Abū Hakima.
      GenreCatalogs.
      ContributionsAbū Hakima, Ahmad M., joint author., Jos Museum (Nigeria), Nigeria, Northern. House of Assembly. Lugard Hall Library.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6620.N6 A7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination viii, 216 p.
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5976173M
      LC Control Number66002343
      OCLC/WorldCa2037203

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Descriptive catalogue of Arabic manuscripts in Nigeria by Aida S. Arif Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are different manuscripts or books with the same title in several collections in Nigeria. Some are written by the Yandoto ‘ulama of Zamfara and are in ajami (Hausa in Arabic script). Others are famous compilations on medicine by non-Nigerian authors, such as the one written by Abu Zayd ‘Abd al-Rahman b.

Get this from a library. Descriptive catalogue of Arabic manuscripts in Nigeria [in the] Jos Museum and Lugard Hall Library, Kaduna. [Aida S Arif; Ahmad M Abū Hakima; Jos Museum (Nigeria); Nigeria, Northern. House of Assembly.

Lugard Hall Library.]. Ismaili and Other Arabic Manuscripts: A Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Library of The Institute of Ismaili Studies by Cortese, Delia and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "The West African Arabic Manuscript Database currently includes descriptive records of 20, Arabic manuscripts from West Africa.

The database and search interface are bilingual. Comments, queries, and expressions of interest in adding data sets to this one are encouraged: please contact Prof. Author: Evyn Kropf. Catalogue of the Arabic Manuscripts in Raza Library, RampurA Descriptive Catalogue of the Fyzee Collection of Ismaili ManuscriptsDescriptive Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in Nigeria D.

Partington, Imtiyāż 'Alī 'Arshī, Mu'izz Goriawala, Aida S. Arif Cited by: 1. From Arabic Books and Manuscripts IV: New Fragments of as-Sarakhsî, Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol.

71, No. (Apr. – Jun., ), pp. From Arabic Books and Manuscripts V: A One-Volume Library of Arabic Philosophical and Scientific Texts in Istanbul, Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol.

75, No. (Jan. Peter Kidd's catalogue is the first in a new special series of manuscript catalogues produced under the auspices of the Oxford Bibliographical Society. It covers fifty-nine volumes (two housed in the College Archives) and three collections of fragments dating from the tenth to the sixteenth century, the majority of them English, a significant number French, with Italian, Netherlandish, German.

There are over 30 metres of manuscripts in total. The collection is not yet catalogued online. See Mohammed Hukk, 'A descriptive catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library' (Edinburgh, ) and R.

Serjeant, 'A handlist of the Arabic, Persian and Hindustani MSS. of New College, Edinburgh' (London, ). Medieval Manuscripts. James's Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of St John's College, Cambridge was published by the University Press in It was one of the last volumes in James's great series of catalogues covering the principal manuscript collections in College Libraries within the University.

About the Book Maulana Jalaluddin Mimi () is the most celebrated Sufi and philosophic poet of Persian language. His philosophy is enlightened with spiritual frenzy and cr.

HYDERABAD: Dairatul Maarif, the institute for preservation of Arabic manuscripts in Osmania University, has launched a descriptive catalogue of its centuries-old rare Arabic books and manuscripts. Manuscript collections The Near and Middle Eastern manuscripts collection covers a wide range of texts in Arabic (over codices), Hebrew (over ), Persian (over ), Syriac (around ) and Turkish (around ).

There are also smaller collections in Coptic, Ethiopic, Armenian, Malay, Urdu and languages of Ancient Egypt. Descriptive catalogue of the Persian, Urdu & Arabic manuscripts in the Dacca University Library.

Dacca: University Library, (OCoLC) Online version: University of Dacca. Library. Descriptive catalogue of the Persian, Urdu & Arabic manuscripts in the Dacca University Library.

Dacca: University Library, (OCoLC. At E there is an illuminated prayer-book, Northern Nigeria, of 29 folios, each with lines of black stylized 'maghribi', with various illuminated panels and medallions.

Bibliography Hukk, Mohammed, A descriptive catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library (Hertford: Stephen Austin, ) Serjeant. Consult palaeography albums (Vajda, Arberry, etc.), model books and descriptive catalogues (Gacek’s catalogue of Arabic manuscripts at McGill, catalogue of our collection in Library Catalog Search, etc.) for purposes of comparison and characterization on that basis.

Consult legible transcripts where available, remembering to account for variants. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. A descriptive catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library A descriptive catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library by Hukk, Mohammed.

Publication date Publisher. Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range; Advanced Search. Ismaili and Other Arabic Manuscripts is a supplement to Adam Gacek's two-volume Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in the Library of the Institute of Ismaili Studies, published in London, This new catalogue includes Arabic manuscripts not listed earlier by Gacek or which have been acquired since then by the Institute of Ismaili Studies Library.

This bibliographic work is a supplement to Adam Gacek’s two-volume catalogue of Arabic manuscripts in the library of the Institute of Ismaili Studies, published in London, The Supplementary Catalogue includes Arabic manuscripts not listed earlier by Gacek or which have been acquired since then by the institute’s : Hardcover.

Lutz Richter-Bernburg, Persian Medical Manuscripts at the University of California, Los Angeles: A Descriptive Catalogue, Humana Civilitas, vol. 4 (Malibu: Udena Publications, ), pp. –31 Fateme Keshavarz, A Descriptive and Analytical Catalogue of Persian Manuscripts in the Library of the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine.

Additionally the College has 2 Cyrillic manuscripts, a 16th century liturgy and a diplomatic letter from Mikhail I Romanov to Charles I. Catalogue: Sosower, Mark. A descriptive catalogue of the Greek manuscripts at St John's College, Oxford.Descriptive List of the Arabic Manuscripts Acquired by the Trustees of the British Museum Since by G.

Ellis A.G. Ellis, Edwards Edward Edwards. Title Descriptive List of the Arabic Manuscripts Acquired by the Trustees of the British Museum Since Seller Rating: % positive.Rieu, C., Supplement to the catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the British Museum.

London, ; Ellis, A. G. and E. Edwards, Descriptive list of the Arabic manuscripts acquired by the Trustees of the British Museum since (London, ) Edwards, E.