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Babur II 1881-1920
Mağd al-Dīn Muhammad ibn Ẕiyā al-Dīn 'Adnān al-Surẖatī
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Mağd al-Dīn Muhammad ibn Ẕiyā al-Dīn 'Adnān al-Surẖatī, revised by سید علی اکبر خطایی Sayyid' Alī Akbar H̱itā'ī. History of China, in 20 chapters (bāb), dedicated to the سلطان سلیمان Sultan Sulaymān. This is the copy of the current ms. Persian supplement 1354 from the BnF, then in Schefer's library. This new copy appears to have been made with a view to editing the text by Schefer (Trois chapters du Khitai nameh de 'Ali Akbar Khita'i, in "Oriental mixtures", Paris, 1883, p. 30 sq.). We read here on f. 1 “[…] printing […] on 3 June […] Ch. Schefer”. Copy, possibly by the hand of Charles Schefer himself (same hand as ms. Pers. 92), made on the rectos of the leaves only. At f. 226v is reproduced the colophon of ms. copy. Is attached to this ms. a letter addressed to Charles Schefer from Cairo by Amédée Querry [cf. Bibl. of the Institute], dated July 1, 1897. Incipit f. 2v. Explicit f. 226v.
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