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Mirâdj-nâmeh,
publié pour la première fois d'après le manuscrit ouïgour de la Bibliothèque nationale,
traduit et annoté par A. Pavet de Courteille.

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Related Names: Haydar Tilbe active 14th century-15th century., Alisher Navoiĭ 1441-1501., Pavet de Courteille, Abel 1821-1889, ed. and tr.
Language(s): French ; Uighur
Published: Paris, E. Leroux, 1882.
Subjects: Muḥammad, > Muḥammad, / Prophet, > Muḥammad, / Prophet, / -632 > Muḥammad, / Prophet, / -632 / Isrāʼ and Miʻrāj > Muḥammad, / Prophet, / -632 / Isrāʼ and Miʻrāj / Early works to 1800.
Chagatai language > Chagatai language / Texts.
Uighur language > Uighur language / Texts.
Texts.
Note: The following selections (in Uighur, with French translation) are added: two relating to the wonders of the fourth heaven: one by a certain Muḥammad ibn Maḥmud, translated from the Persian; and one from a sixteenth century version of the Miʻrāj nāmah--and nine, from the Makhzan of ʻAlī Shīr, Mīr, called al-Nawāī̓.
French and Uighur.
Physical Description: xxxi, 72 p.; 95 p. facsims. (part col.) 28 cm.
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