Rûz-nâme : manuscript, 
روز نامه: manuscript, 
Yunus bin Sakkâ, scribe.
يونس بن سقا،, scribe.
Bates, Oric, 1883-1918, former owner.HOLLIS ID
[Provides access to page images of entire work] http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL.HOUGH:3205409Location
4 leaves, bound ; 17 cm.Form/Genre
Turkish poetry -- 15th century ; Calendar, Islamic -- Early works to 1800 ; Fortune-telling -- Turkey -- Early works to 1800 ; Astrology -- Early works to 1800
Poetry on astrological significance of each day depending on positions of stars and times of day when various stars exert their influence. Arranged according to days and hours of appearance of each star.
With: Kitâb-ı usûl-i melhame (ff. 2r-19r).
17 x 12.8 cm (13.5 x 9 cm).
Light-cream laid paper.
Written in vocalized naskh, in two columns, in black rubricated in red, 13 lines per page.
Copied in the hand of Yūnus ibn Saqqā, most probably in 841 AH [1438 AD], the date of the first title in the volume(see f. 18r).
MS Turk 13. Houghton Library, Harvard University.
In Ottoman Turkish.