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© Institute of Oriental manuscripts, St. Petersburg
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Details
Accession Number:
D 377
Hijri Date:
1138 Rabi' I
Gregorian Date:
1725 November (to nearest hijri month)
Origin:
Central Asia
Ownership:
From State Book Foundation in 1928; ff.50r, 150r, etc.: an imprint of the stamp of Muhammad Ali-khan b. Amir al-Muslimin Muhammad 'Umar
Calligrapher:
Muhammad Quli b. Muhammad
Folios extant in ms.:
526
Columns x Rows:
4 x 25
Page Size (h x w):
355 x 220 mm
Text Size (h x w):
250 x 164 mm
Script:
Nasta'liq
Colophon Folio:
526r
Ms Type:
Codex
Ms Status:
Complete
Completion Status:
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Illuminations in ms:
4
Illustrations in ms:
144 ( 144 Shahnama )
Illustration Records in archive:
Last updated by:
charles
Date last updated:
2017-05-01 16:54
 
 
References
General Ref:
Tourkin, S. Personal notes.
Dating Ref:
Colophon Extracted from the colophon of the work.
Origin Ref:
Vorozheykina, Z.N. Description of the Persian and Tajik Manuscripts of the Institute of Oriental Studies. Persian Fiction (10-beginning of 13 c.)/Opisanie persidskih i tajikskih rukopisey instituta vostokovedeniya. Persoyazychnaya Khudozhestvennaya literatura.. (ed. Boldyrev, A.N.) 7 Nauka. Moscow. Russia.
Illustration Ref:
Gyuzalyan, L.T. & Dyakonov, M.M. Rukopisi Shakh-name v Leningradskikh sobraniiach (Manuscripts of the Shahnama in the collections of Leningrad). Leningrad. Russia.
 
 
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526r
colophon
f. 009r
The Mi'raj of Muhammad (not in Shahnama) (1726)
f. 016r
The early years of Faridun (1726)
f. 019r
Faridun with Jamshid's daughters (1726)
f. 019v
Faridun brings Zahhak to Mount Damavand (1726)
f. 022r
The King of Yemen receives Faridun's sons (1726)
f. 025v
The murder of Iraj (1726)
f. 029r
Manuchihr and the Iranians attack the army of Tur (1726)
f. 029v
Manuchihr kills Tur in battle (1726)
f. 031r
Manuchihr kills Salm (1726)
f. 034r
The Simurgh brings Zal to Sam (1726)
f. 037r
Zal by Rudaba's castle (1726)
f. 039v
Rudaba and Zal together (1726)
f. 049r
Sam sees Rustam's portrait (1726)
f. 053v
Barman fights Qubad (1726)
f. 055r
Qarin fights Barman (1726)
f. 057r
Afrasiyab executes Nauzar (1726)
f. 059v
Rustam catches Rakhsh (1726)
f. 061r
Rustam enthroned with Kay Qubad on Mount Alburz (1726)
f. 061v
Rustam kills Qulun (1726)
f. 065r
Zal counsels Kay Kavus (1726)
f. 067v
Rustam's first labour: Rakhsh kills a lion (1726)
f. 068v
Rustam's third labour: he kills a dragon (1726)
f. 069r
Rustam's fourth labour: he kills the witch (1726)
f. 070v
Rustam's sixth labour: he kills Arzhang (1726)
f. 071v
Rustam's seventh labour: he kills the White Div (1726)
f. 074v
The King of Mazandaran is executed (1726)
f. 078r
Rustam pulls the King of Sham from his saddle by lasso (1726)
f. 079v
A div tempts Kay Kavus (1726)
f. 080r
Kay Kavus airborne (1726)
f. 083r
Rustam kills Alkus in combat (1726)
f. 084v
Tahmina visits Rustam's chamber (1726)
f. 090v
Zhanda Razm discovered dead and brought to Suhrab (CHECK: DUPL) (1726)
f. 095v
Rustam discovers Suhrab's identity (1726)
f. 103r
Sudaba accuses Siyavush (1726)
f. 113r
Siyavush plays polo before Afrasiyab (1726)
f. 118r
Siyavush marries Farangis (1726)
f. 119r
Siyavush fights Guruy Zirih (1726)
f. 123r
Siyavush taken prisoner before Afrasiyab (1726)
f. 124v
Guruy executes Siyavush (1726)
f. 129r
Faramarz captures Surkha, son of Afrasiyab (1726)
f. 130v
Rustam kills Pilsam (1726)
f. 147v
Farud kills Rivniz (1726)
f. 148r
Farud kills Zarasp (1726)
f. 150r
Jarira commits suicide over her son's body (1726)
f. 151r
Bizhan returns to the Persian camp with the head and equipment of Palashan (1726)
f. 152r
Bahram fights Kabuda (1726)
f. 157r
Tazhav mortally wounds Bahram (1726)
f. 157v
Giv captures Tazhav (1726)
f. 166v
Fariburz marries Farangis (1726)
f. 173r
Rustam kills Ashkabus and his horse (1726)
f. 174v
Kamus kills Alva (1726)
f. 175r
Rustam captures and kills Kamus (1726)
f. 176r
Rustam overturns Chingish by seizing the tail of his horse (1726)
f. 180r
Rustam and the Khaqan of Chin before the battle (CHECK) (1726)
f. 182v
Rustam pulls the Khaqan of Chin from his elephant by lasso (1726)
f. 185v
Rustam fights Kafur the Cannibal (DUPL) (1726)
f. 188v
Puladvand overwhelms the Iranians (1726)
f. 189v
Rustam wrestles with Puladvand (1726)
f. 192v
Rustam kills Akvan Div (1726)
f. 193v
Kay Khusrau holds court (1726)
f. 194v
Bizhan slaughters the wild boar (1726)
f. 195r
Manizha entertains Bizhan in the meadows (1726)
f. 204r
Rustam rescues Bizhan from the pit (1726)
f. 214r
Bizhan and Human wrestle for the first time (1726)
f. 215v
Nastihan makes a night attack and is killed by Bizhan (1726)
f. 218v
Gudarz wriites to Kay Khusrau for assistance (1726)
f. 221v
Khusrau draws up his army (1726)
f. 225vA
Fariburz ties Gulbad over his saddle (1726)
f. 225vB
The second combat: Giv stuns Guruy Zirih (1726)
f. 226rA
The third combat: Guraza kills Siyamak by throwing him to the ground (1726)
f. 226rB
The fourth combat: Furuhil kills Zangala (1725)
f. 226vA
The fifth combat: Ruhham kills Barman (1726)
f. 226vB
The sixth combat: Bizhan kills Ruyin (1726)
f. 227rA
The seventh combat: Hujir kills Sipahram with a blow of his sword (1726)
f. 227rB
The eighth combat: Zanga kills Akhvasht (1726)
f. 227vA
The ninth combat: Gurgin kills Andariman (1726)
f. 227vB
The tenth combat: Barta kills Kuhram (1726)
f. 228v
Gudarz mourns the dead Piran (1726)
f. 231r
Gustaham kills Lahhak (1726)
f. 239v
Kay Khusrau kills Shida (1726)
f. 240v
A full scale battle between the armies of Iran and Turan (1726)
f. 241r
Kay Khusrau kills Aila (1726)
f. 246r
Rustam takes Jahn and Garsivaz prisoner (1726)
f. 251v
Kay Khusrau defeats and kills the King of Makran (1726)
f. 252v
Kay Khusrau crosses Lake Zara (1726)
f. 255r
Hum captures Afrasiyab (1726)
f. 256v
The execution of Afrasiyab (1726)
f. 264r
The coronation of Luhrasp (1726)
f. 266r
Gushtasp catches Kitayun's eye at Caesar's court (1726)
f. 268r
Gushtasp kills a wolf in Rum (1726)
f. 270r
Gushtasp kills a dragon in Rum (1726)
f. 272r
Gushtasp kills Ilyas in combat (1726)
f. 277v
The battle between Gushtasp and Arjasp (1726)
f. 278v
Bidarafsh kills Zarir, the brother of Gushtasp (1726)
f. 280r
Isfandiyar kills Bidarafsh (1726)
f. 284r
The death of Luhrasp in battle against the forces of Arjasp (1726)
f. 288r
Isfandiyar lassoes the Turanian hero Gurgsar (1726)
f. 292r
Isfandiyar kills Arjasp to rescue his sisters (1726)
f. 292v
Isfandiyar throws Kuhram from his saddle (1726)
f. 293v
Isfandiyar returns home after his exploits (1726)
f. 301v
Rustam and Isfandiyar parley (1726)
f. 306v
Rustam shoots Isfandiyar in the eyes with a double-pointed arrow (1726)
f. 311r
Rustam kills Shaghad before dying (1726)
f. 311v
Rustam kills Shaghad before dying (1726)
f. 314r
The execution of Faramarz (1726)
f. 319rA
Faylakus learns about the birth of Iskandar (1726)
f. 319rB
The birth of Iskandar's horse (1726)
f. 321v
The third battle between the armies of Iskandar and Dara (1726)
f. 325r
Iskandar asks Dara's mother, Dilaray, to bring Raushanak for him as a wife (DUPL) (1726)
f. 329v
Iskandar kills Fur (1726)
f. 335r
Iskandar and his men are attacked by sea serpents and wild boars (1726)
f. 336r
Iskandar sends a letter to the women of Hurum (1726)
f. 337v
Khizr at the Fountain of Life (1726)
f. 338v
Iskandar builds a wall against Gog and Magog (1726)
f. 339v
Iskandar and the talking tree (1726)
f. 341v
In Babylon Iskandar sees the stillborn baby, omen of his death (1726)
f. 347r
The execution of Ardavan by Ardashir (1726)
f. 350r
Ardashir views Haftvad's castle (1726)
f. 363v
The King of Rum captive before Shapur (1726)
f. 368r
Munzir presents Bahram with some beautiful slave girls (1726)
f. 368v
Bahram Gur hunts in the company of Azada (1726)
f. 370v
A sea monster kills Yazdagird (1726)
f. 373v
Bahram Gur fights two lions to win the throne (1726)
f. 376v
Bahram Gur hunts lions (1726)
f. 377r
Bahram Gur and the drunken Kabruy (1726)
f. 385r
Bahram Gur hunts lions (1726)
f. 393v
Bahram Gur kills a wolf in India (1726)
f. 394r
Bahram Gur kills a dragon in India (1726)
f. 418v
Anushirvan executes Zarvan and the Jew (1726)
f. 442r
Anushirvan's second majlis for Buzurjmihr (1726)
f. 443r
Aushirvan's third majlis for Buzurjmihr (1726)
f. 457r
Bahram Chubina sends Sava Shah's head to Hurmuzd (1726)
f. 462v
Bahram Chubina at the castle of the Fortune Teller (1726)
f. 466v
Ayin Gushtasp is murdered (1726)
f. 472v
Khusrau Parviz consults his generals and mobads (1726)
f. 474v
King Hurmuzd is assassinated (1726)
f. 482r
Gustaham in conversation with the weeping talisman (1726)
f. 492v
Qalun is arrested and beaten to death (1726)
f. 500v
Khusrau Parviz goes hunting (1726)
f. 512r
Mihr Hurmuzd murders Khusrau Parviz (1726)
f. 518r
Sa'd-i Vaqqas kills Rustam (1726)
f. 522r
The miller assassinates Yazdagird (1726)
f. 524v
Bizhan kills Mahuy to avenge Yazdagird (1726)
f. 525r
Bizhan kills Mahuy to avenge Yazdagird (1726)