Catalog Record: Ta'rīkh-i-Jahān-gushāy of Juwayni, vol. III. Being a facsimile of a manuscript dated A. H. 690 belonging to Wahīd-ul-Mulk | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Ta'rīkh-i-Jahān-gushāy of Juwayni, vol. III. Being a facsimile of a manuscript dated A. H. 690 belonging to Wahīd-ul-Mulk. With an introduction by Sir E. Denison Ross.

Main Author: Juwaini, 'Alā al-Din̄ 'Atā Malek, 1226-1283.
Related Names: Ross, E. Denison Sir 1871-1940.
Language(s): English ; Persian
Published: London, The Royal Asiatic society, 1931.
Subjects: Genghis Khan, > 1162-1227.
Manuscripts, Persian > Facsimiles.
Note: "It occurred to me that a reproduction of this old text would serve the ... purpose of making available to scholars this volume pending the appearance of Mirza Muhammad Khan's edition."-Note.
Physical Description: 2 p. L., 108 p. 28 cm.
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