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Hadikatü's-süadâ, [16th century].

حديقة السعداء, [القرن 16م].

Main Author: Fuzulî, 1495?-1556.
Other Authors: Abdülhamid II, Sultan of the Turks, 1842-1918,, Kāshifī, Ḥusayn Vāʻiẓ, d. 1504 or 5.
Language(s): Turkish, Ottoman ; Azerbaijani
Published: [15--].
Subjects: Manuscripts, Turkish > Michigan > Ann Arbor.
Imams (Shiites) > Biography > Early works to 1800.
Muslim martyrs > Biography > Early works to 1800.
Karbalāʼ, Battle of, Karbalāʼ, Iraq, 680 > Poetry > Early works to 1800.
Suffering > Religious aspects > Islam > Early works to 1800.
Headpiece (layout features) > 16th century.
Note: Origin: Lacks dated colophon ; decoration, hand, paper, etc. suggest 16th century. Ownership statement at close on p.553 referring to Cığalzade Yusuf Sinan Paşa (d.1604) as vezir would seem to indicate a rough terminus ante quem of 1583-1596, i.e. the time of his vezirship prior to being appointed grand vezir.
Former shelfmark: "359 T. De M. [i.e. Tammaro De Marinis]" inscribed in pencil on recto of front flyleaf (p.1).
Binding: Pasteboards covered in dark maroon leather ; Type II binding (with flap), two-piece binding (seam of overlapping flanges visible at spine) ; doublures (board linings) in marbled paper (in pink, orange, and dark blue on white) with hinges in another marbled paper (in red, light blue and green on white) ; upper and lower covers carry stamped (with black recessed onlays) and gold-painted scalloped mandorla in black and gold (filled with vegetal composition compare Déroche class. OAi 8) and incised and gold-painted pendants, as well as gold-tooled border in a series of s-shaped stamps framed by fillets ; design continues with rosette and border on envelope flap ; sewn in dark pink thread, two stations ; worked chevron endbands in pink and cream (or pale yellow), fairly good condition ; overall in fair condition with some abrasion, staining, lifting of leather, etc.
Support: non-European (likely Persian) laid paper with roughly 8-9 laid lines per cm. (vertical or horizontal, quite indistinct) and faint irregular chain lines occasionally visible, cloudy formation, some inclusions, quite sturdy though fairly thin and transluscent, beige in color, well-burnished.
Decoration: Exquisite illuminated headpiece (ʻunwān) at opening on p.(4) consisting of small rectangular piece carrying opening line in set off by gold cloud-bands, surmounted by large rectangular piece surrounded in a heavy border and filled with empty gold cartouche and accents evoking bookcover design overlaid with swirling floral vegetal pattern in red, blue, yellow, gold, etc. on fields of lapis lazuli and gold, surmounted by triangular piece or hasp set in a rectangular piece with same swirling floral vegetal pattern on fields of lapis lazuli and gold, all surmounted by a series of vertical stalks (tīgh) in blue with red accents ; written area of incipit and facing page surrounded by heavy frame in a series of gold, green, red and blue bands ; keywords of incipit and facing page in blue or chrysographed ; written area surrounded by frame consisting of gold band with outermost blue rule ; headings, keywords and some excerpts rubricated.
Script: Nastaʻlīq (talik) ; elegant hand ; serifless with effect of words descending to baseline, elongation of horizontal strokes, mainly closed counters, pointing in distinct dots.
Layout: Written in 15 lines per page ; written area occasionally divided to two columns to set off poetry interspersed throughout.
Collation: i, 34 IV(272), II+1 (277) ; almost exclusively quaternions ; catchwords present ; pagination in pencil, Western numerals, supplied during digitization (includes front flyleaf).
Explicit: "تصدق قلوب بو ثوابي داخى موجب مزيد حسنات بيله لر تم"
Incipit: "رب اشرح لى صدرى ويسر لى امرى واحلل عقدة من لسانى يفقهوا قولي يا رب ره عشقكده بنى شيدا قيل احكام عبادتك بكا اجرا قيل ..."
Title from inscription on 'title page' (p.3).
Ms. codex.
Several former owners' marks on 'title page' (p.3) including circular seal impression, oval seal impression ( in name of السيد محمد نظيف [?]) and octagonal seal impression accompanying ownership statement in name of one al-Sayyid Ḥamd Allāh, known as Shahsavārʹzādah (Seyit Hamdullah Şehsevârzade ), statement reads "هذا كتاب حديقة السعداء للسيد حمد الله الشهير بشهسوار زاده عفى عنه" ; statements on verso of front flyleaf (p.2) dated 22 Rajab 1261 [ca. 27 July 1845] and 1 [?] Dhū al-Qaʻdah 1265 [ca. 18 September 1849]) ; ownership statement accompanied by almond-shaped seal-impression following close on p.553 in name of one Hasan Çavuş ( حسن چاوش ), herald of the vezir Cığalzade Sinan Paşa (d.1605), statement reads "صاحب هو الفقير حسن چاوش دركاه عالى سرچاوشان سنان پاشا جغال زاده وزير مكرم" ; fairly clean copy.
Physical Description: 277 leaves : paper ; 231 x 155 (150 x 78) mm.
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