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Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the collection of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal.
Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India). Library
Written in English
|Series||Bibliotheca indica. New series. Work no. 250, issue no. 1500,1560|
|Contributions||Ivanov, Vladimir Alekseevich, Hosain, M. Hidayat,|
|LC Classifications||Z6621 A75 A7|
Consult palaeography albums (Vajda, Arberry, etc.), model books and descriptive catalogues (Gacek’s catalogue of Arabic manuscripts at McGill, catalogue of our collection in Library Catalog Search, etc.) for purposes of comparison and characterization on that basis. Consult legible transcripts where available, remembering to account for variants. Although the number of Arabic manuscripts held by the academy’s library is relatively small ( volumes containing a total of works), it is the largest in Hungary. The earliest manuscript in the collection, on horsemanship and veterinary science, dates to /; the most recent two are from /
The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, commonly known as the Royal Asiatic Society (RAS), was established, according to its royal charter of 11 August , to further "the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in relation to Asia." From its incorporation the society has been a forum, through lectures, . The Origins of Arabic Poetry1 - Volume 57 Issue 3 - D. S. Margoliouth. 1 The subject of this paper was treated by Ahlwardt in a monograph called Bemerkungen über die Aechtheit der alten arabischen Gedichte, Greifswald, , and by Sir C. Lyall in the Preface to vol. ii of his former is not very confident, and calls attention to some of the matters .
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Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India). Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the collection of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal.
Our manuscripts in Arabic script can be searched on the Fihrist catalogue here. Three of our finest Persian-language manuscripts are on long-term loan at Cambridge University Library. They are the Shahnamah of Muhammad Juki (RAS Persian ), the Kitab-i Mathnawiyyat-i Zafar Khan (RAS MS ), and the Gulistan of the poet Sa’di (RAS MS ).
Now we have Bengali Mss. and 12 Assamese manuscripts in the collection of the Asiatic Society. It comprises Asiatic Society's own collection, Government collection, Indian Museum collection and donors' collection.
At present, the collection of Bengali manuscripts in the possession of Asiatic Society is rich in respect of number and rarity.
The Royal Asiatic Society also publishes the Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt Fund series. Established in by Princess Fazilé Ibrahim, the series encourages the growth and development of Ottoman studies internationally by publishing documents and manuscripts of historical importance from the classical period up towith transliteration, full or.
One of the main activities of the Asiatic Society was to collect the old manuscripts of India. There was an enormous collection of Sanskrit manuscripts with the society. At present [timeframe?], the library of the Asiatic Society has a collection of aboutbooks journals printed in almost all the major languages of the world Location: 1 Park Street, Kolkata –West.
The Royal Asiatic Society's Digital Library provides free online access to some of our historic collections, for a worldwide audience. The site features archives, manuscripts, artwork, photographs, and more, from a variety of Asian cultures, as well as materials showing some of the ways Europeans have responded to Asia over the centuries.
Our Arabic manuscripts collection includes more t works in o volumes. Details are to be found in a number of catalogues Newly catalogued Arabic manuscripts are included in the Library’s Explore Archives and Manuscripts. Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India) Library. Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the collection of the Royal Asiatic Society Bengal.
Prepared by Wladimir Ivanow and rev. and edited by M. Hidayat Hosain (Bibliotheca Indica. Work no. ) Calcutta, Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, ( B58 no). Coakley: A catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library and College libraries acquired since Ely, A A.
Goodman: The Jenks collection of Syriac manuscripts in the University Library, Cambridge. (Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society,pp A; Pc The annual magazine of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal.
This book is part of the Pandurang Pissurlencar collection donated to the Goa University. Vol. XIII. pages. Bound book. Various Authors. Published by the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal. All of the Arabic manuscripts are available under a Creative Commons Attribution license; they can be freely downloaded and reused in any situation, so long as attribution is given to Wellcome Library.
Browse the manuscripts in the catalogue. Browse Wellcome Arabic Manuscripts Online For details of the contents in Arabic script and enhanced. RAS Persianb The div Akvan lifts the sleeping Rustam () x () mm. View. Contact 1, PARK STREET, KOLKATA: / / +91 [email protected], [email protected] Book from the Archaeological Survey of India Central Archaeological Library, New Delhi Book Number: Book Title: Concise descriptive catalogue of the Persian manuscripts in the curzon collection A.S.B.
(IVanow) Book Author: IVanow, Wladimir Book Language: English Number of Pages: Publisher: Asiatic Society of Bengal; Calcutta; Subject: Manuscripts. Our Arabic manuscripts date from the early 8th to the 19th century AD.
They originate from a wide range of Arab countries, from Yemen to North Africa, and from other regions with Muslim communities including Iran, Central Asia, India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and West Africa, showing fascinating variations in style and script. A descriptive catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts in the government collection under the care of the Asiatic Society of Bengal.
[Hara Prasad Shastri; Asiatic Society of Bengal.] # Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. J.D. Pearson, Oriental Manuscript Collections in the Libraries of Great Britain and Ireland (London: Royal Asiatic Society, ) C.H. Roberts, "The Slavonic Calvinist reading primer in Trinity College Library" Long Room () G.J.
Toomer, Eastern Wisdome and Learning. The British Library has a catalogue entry for a reprint UIN: BLL; The Child In Ancient India by Kamalabai DeshpandeDigital Library of India Collection. Phd thesis, German University, Prague Includes a chapter on child marriage.
Everyday Life in Early India by Michael Edwardes Lending. A Catalogue of Books in Oriental Literature published or imported by Wm. Allen and Co 13 ditto abridged Account Adventures Africa Ancient Arabian Arabic Language Armenia Asiatic Society Bengal Bombay Books bound British India Calcutta calf Capt Carey celebrated China Chinese Coast Collection Coloured Plates Commentary compiled.
A descriptive catalogue of the historical manuscripts in the Arabic and Persian languages by Royal Asiatic society of Great Britain and Ireland, London. Library; Morley, William H.
(William Hook). Charles Stewart listed manuscripts in different languages, but he mentioned more than manuscripts, some of them gifted to the Oxford and Cambridge Universities and to the Royal Asiatic.This is a comprehensive listing of the holdings of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, on a series of Arabic manuscripts.
It is the second volume cataloguing the Islamic material of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, and describes 94 manuscripts and 3 .a Nālandā manuscript from the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain dating to 12th century; a Nālandā manuscript from the Asiatic Society of Bengal dating to ; Two manuscripts from Nepal, which Mitra judged to be older than the previous manuscript; a 12th century manuscript of Nepalese origin; — ed.