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Ḥāshiyah ʻalá matn al-Ishārāt, [193-?].

حاشية على متن الاشارات, [193-م?].

Related Names: ابن سينا , Avicenna 980-1037., Heyworth-Dunne, J. , former owner.
Language(s): Arabic
Published: [193-?].
Subjects: Avicenna, > 980-1037. > Ishārāt wa-al-tanbīhāt.
Manuscripts, Arabic > Michigan > Ann Arbor.
Islamic philosophy > Early works to 1800.
Note: Origin: Lacks dated scribal colophon, though copied for James Heyworth-Dunne (d.1974) likely in Egypt in the late 1930s. Likely in the hand of the glossator "اع" who seems to have executed other manuscripts for Heyworth-Dunne, namely Isl. Ms. 905 (completed in 1939) and Isl. Ms. 910.
Accompanying materials: "a. Slip of paper: 7970; b. Slip of paper: 13568" - from handlist prepared by R. Dougherty, 1993.
Former shelfmark: Mich. Isl. Ms. temp. no. 78
Binding: Boards covered in dark green cloth with dark green leather over spine (quarter binding) ; pastedowns and flyleaves in wove paper printed with a floral vegetal pattern in green ; spine gold-stamped with title and decorative accents over raised bands "حشاية على متن الاشارات | ابن سينا| J.H.D." ; overall in fairly good condition.
Support: Wove paper.
Decoration: Opening sections entirely in blue ink ; elsewhere matn in black or blue ink and glosses rubricated (see pp.100, 102, 130-150) ; in final sections both matn and glosses in red (from pp.109-130, 151 to close).
Script: Ruqʻah ; quick, compact hand in a thin to medium line (varies) ; serifless and freely ligatured with mainly closed counters, slight effect of words descending to baseline, pointing somewhat careless and in strokes rather than distinct dots, final yāʼ usually unpointed.
Layout: Highly variable, though with matn in central written area ranging from 11-19 lines per page and glosses arranged in margins.
Collation: Pagination in pencil, Western numerals, supplied during digitization ; leaves between sections left blank or partially blank.
Explicit: [matn al-Ishārāt] "شئ للبصر مكافحة حتى يشاهد صورة الغيب مشاهدة"
Incipit: [matn al-Ishārāt] "هذه اشارات الى اصول وتنبيهات على جمل يستبصر بها من تيسر له لا ينتفع بالاصرح منها من تعسر عليه والتكلان على من بيده التوفيق ..." ; [Ḥāshiyah ʻalá matn al-Ishārāt] "الاشارة اسم المسألة تحتاج الى دليل والتنبيه اسم لما هو بخلاف ذلك والاصول القوانين الكلية التي يتعرف منها احكام جزئياتها ..."
Title from inscription on 'title page' (p.1).
Ms. codex.
On upper pastedown label with ex libris of James Heyworth-Dunne (d.1974), stamped with inventory number, "Ex Libris | J. Heyworth-Dunne | D. Lit. (London) | No 7970" ; UM Library inscription on (p.3) "Dunning | Heyworth-Dunne | 6-11-51 | 71955" ; possible former inventory mark in pencil on verso of final leaf (p.184) "231 / 53" ; marginal glosses.
Physical Description: 1 v. : paper ; 30 cm.
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