Title
Ijāzat Aḥmad ibn ʻUbayd Allāh al-ʻAṭṭār li-Muḥammad ibn Shafīʻ Sulṭān : manuscript, [ca. 1780-1800]
اجازة احمد بن عبيد الله العطار لمحمد بن شفيع سلطان : مخطوطة، [ca. 1780-1800]
Ijāzah li-tilmīdh
اجازة لتلميذ
Name/Creator
ʻAṭṭār, Aḥmad ibn ʻUbayd Allāh, 1725 or 6-1803 or 4, creator
عطار، احمد بن عبيد الله،, 1725 or 6-1803 or 4, creator
Muḥammad ibn Shafīʻ Sulṭān, d. 1839 or 40
محمد بن شفيع سلطان،, d. 1839 or 40
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL.HOUGH:2770038 
Location
Networked Resource

Houghton
Language
Arabic
Description
1 v. (6 leaves) ; 17 cm.
Form/Genre
text

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Subject
ʻAṭṭār, Aḥmad ibn ʻUbayd Allāh , 1725 or 6-1803 or 4 ;  عطار، احمد بن عبيد الله، , 1725 or 6-1803 or 4 ;  Muḥammad ibn Shafīʻ Sulṭān , d. 1839 or 40 ;  محمد بن شفيع سلطان، , d. 1839 or 40 ;  Qasṭallānī, Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad , 1447 or 8-1517 or 18 ;  قسطلاني، احمد بن محمد، , 1447 or 8-1517 or 18 ;  Hadith -- Authorities -- Early works to 1800 ;  Shafiites -- Early works to 1800

Category
manuscript

Note
An ijāzah issued by Aḥmad ibn ʻUbayd Allāh al-ʻAṭṭār to his student Muḥammad ibn Shafīʻ Sulṭān. The student's name is mentioned on fol. 1v; the master's name on fol. 6r. In the ijāzah al-ʻAṭṭār traces his authority back to al-Qasṭallānī's al-Mawāhib al-ladunnīyah, then to al-Shāfiʻī, and then gives his isnād of a musalsal ḥadīth.

Title supplied by cataloger. Varying title from fol. 1r, written in a later hand.

الحمد لله الذي وفق من شاء من عباده للتفقه في الدين واختار من ارتضاه من احبابه لاقتداء آثار الصالحين ... :Incipit

Written in a naskh hand in black ink, 14-17 lines per page, with catchwords on the verso of each leaf except for fol. 4.

The ms is stained throughout.

Paper size: 17 x 11.5 cm (text size varies on each page). Two bifolia sewn together and another one is glued to them. A thicker paper (?) is used as cover.

According to the colophon, this is an autograph copy in the hand of Aḥmad ibn ʻUbayd al-ʻAṭṭār (fol. 6r). No date or place is noted but most probably it is written between 1780-1804 in Damascus.

MS Arab 405. Houghton Library, Harvard University.

In Arabic.


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