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    Vellum, 13.1 x 9, ff. 307 + 1, double columns of 50 lines.  14th cent., in a fine round hand influenced by Italian script, but English.  2 fo. qui enim.

     Donor, T. C. S.

Browne 1443. A decorative roll in Arabic written by Edward Henry Palmer.

Paper (15 pieces). Roll 5750 x 290mm.

Written in blue.

Browne 1442 (formerly Aa.2.24). Arabic verse and prose translation of Moore's Peri and Paradise by Edward Henry Palmer.


Paper. 215 x 140mm. 20 fos.

Quarter binding of black leather and marbled paper.

The original manuscript of a translation into Arabic verse of Moore's Peri and Paradise from Lalla Rookh begun by Prof. E.H. Palmer. See Walter Besant's The life and achievements of Edward Henry Palmer (London, 1883) pp.39 and 62, where it is spoken of as existing in 1863, when Palmer was only 23 years of age.


    Vellum, 15 x 10.5,  ff. 201+ 2, double columns of 45 lines.  12th cent., finely written.

    Binding, vellum on flat wooden boards:  clasps and metal bosses (8) gone.

Browne 1439. An Arabic hama'il.

Paper. Roll 3850 x 70mm.

Written in black, red, blue, orange and gold.

An Arabic hama'il, or talisman for wearing as a belt, containing the names of the Twelve Imams.

Browne 1438. African Qur'an. Arabic.

Paper. 175 x 120mm. c. 500 loose fos.

Vocalised and rubricated. Contains circular and other coloured decorations.

Native blind-tooled brown/red leather wraparound binding with wrapping band.

Browne 1435 (formerly N.10). Arabic Horarium.

Paper. 150 x 105mm. 151 fos. Collation: 1 flyleaf, 18 (wants 1), 28-138 (+ 1), 1410 (6 canc.), 158-198 (wants 7 and 8), 2 flyleaves. 18th-19th century. Has suffered from damp.

Rubricated. 19 lines to a page.

Browne 1433. Testimonial given to Prof. Edward Henry Palmer in 1867. Arabic and Persian.

Paper mounted on cloth. Scroll 1250 x 315mm.

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