Ms. miscellany; written and illuminated, probably in Constantinople, and completed 1194 (i.e., 1780).
Decoration: 20 miniatures, paintings of relics, seals and calligraphic renderings of the names of Muḥammad and his followers.
Scribe: Ibrāhim, known as Berberzāde, and by ʻOs̤mān; colophons (fol. 105v; fol. 136v) signed, and the later dated.
Text box: 83 x 50 mm.
Alternate title from the Seventeenth report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library.
Passages from the Koran, descriptions of Mecca and Medina, and miscellaneous prayers
Yā sin. waʾl-qurʾānil-ḥakīm (Incipit, Arabic; associated with: fol. 1v)