|Creator:||Hamadhānī, ʻAlī ibn Muḥammad, 1314-1385|
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From the library of Silvestre de Sacy (Catalogue, no. 65, part 2). Presented to Yale by Edward Elbridge Salisbury in 1870.
Listed as no. 82 in Salisbury's catalog.
Calligraphic naskhī, in red and black.
ʻUnwān in gold and colors on leaf 46 verso.
Islamic binding, in brown.
With: 1 other title.
Manual of ethics for ruling princes.
Copied in A.H. 1026 (A.D. 1617).
Leaves 46-199 ; 31.5 x 17.5 cm.
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