Pand-Nahmeh. Farid ud-Din Attar.
Pand-Nahmeh
Pand-Nahmeh

Pand-Nahmeh

Ottoman Empire: Ottoman Manuscript, c. 1821. Binding: Contemporary calf boards with gilt rulings. Spine expertly rebacked with matching calf, in six compartments of raised bands with gilt rulings and decorative devices. Gilt title on red label on 2. , Notes: Attar (1145-1221) was a Persian poet, theoretician of Sufism, and hagiographer from Nishapur who had an immense and lasting influence on Persian poetry and Sufism. His works were the inspiration of Rumi and many other mystic poets. Attar, along with Sanai were two of the greatest influences on Rumi in his Sufi views. In his typically eloquent fashion, Rumi states: “Attar has roamed through the seven cities of love while we have barely turned down the first street.” Attar’s most famous work is The Conference of the Birds. , Size: 8vo. (200x122mm). , Illustration: Leaves with 13 lines of text per page of neat black naskh script. Text is housed in red rulings.
A very good copy, occasional faint water stains.
, Pages: P. With 35 leaves, including a fine calligraphy in Ottoman style on free end paper. , Category: Book Manuscript; Book Literature; Book Asia Middle East Iran;. Item #B4929

Binding: Contemporary calf boards with gilt rulings. Spine expertly rebacked with matching calf, in six compartments of raised bands with gilt rulings and decorative devices. Gilt title on red label on 2. , Notes: Attar (1145-1221) was a Persian poet, theoretician of Sufism, and hagiographer from Nishapur who had an immense and lasting influence on Persian poetry and Sufism. His works were the inspiration of Rumi and many other mystic poets. Attar, along with Sanai were two of the greatest influences on Rumi in his Sufi views. In his typically eloquent fashion, Rumi states: “Attar has roamed through the seven cities of love while we have barely turned down the first street.” Attar’s most famous work is The Conference of the Birds. , Size: 8vo. (200x122mm). , Illustration: Leaves with 13 lines of text per page of neat black naskh script. Text is housed in red rulings.
A very good copy, occasional faint water stains.
, Pages: P. With 35 leaves, including a fine calligraphy in Ottoman style on free end paper. , Category: Book Manuscript; Book Literature; Book Asia Middle East Iran;.

Price: $3,250.00

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