Middle Eastern Manuscripts Online 3: Arabic Manuscripts from the Hungarian Academy
This collection consists of 200 manuscripts with just over 300 works. In addition to 5 autographs, the highlights of the collection include: the earliest dated manuscript in the collection (Arab O. 013) a dated copy of a unique arrangement of a rare treatise written by al-Ṣāḥib Tāǧ al-Dīn (d. 707/1307) produced in the year of the author’s death; two rare Mamluk treatises on horsemanship (Arab F.2); and an anonymous compilation (Arab O. 027) about the lives of the outstanding men who lived in Medina in the 12th/18th century.
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Middle Eastern Manuscripts Online 3: Arabic Manuscripts from the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, advisor: Kinga Dévényi, Budapest, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015 <http://primarysources.brillonline.com/browse/memo-3-arabic-manuscripts-from-the-hungarian-academy>