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Accession Number:
C 822
Gregorian Date:
1440 (to 50)
Origin:
Eastern Iran
Ownership:
In 1792, the MS was in Constantinople in the possession of a certain Akerbladt (his signature and date on the fly leaf); coll. of P.Suchtelen, 1837 (ex libris, f. 525v); teaching section of the Asiatic Department in the Russian Ministry of Foregn Affairs, 1919.
Folios extant in ms.:
525
Columns x Rows:
4 x 25
Page Size (h x w):
258 x 180 mm
Text Size (h x w):
170 x 113 mm
Script:
Nasta'liq
Sample Page Folio:
009v
Ms Type:
Codex
Ms Status:
Complete
Completion Status:
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Illuminations in ms:
2
Illustrations in ms:
74 ( 2 frontispiece(s) 72 Shahnama )
Illustration Records in archive:
Last updated by:
charles
Date last updated:
2010-12-30 20:31
 
Project Notes
Check Preface - neither the Abu Mansur nor Baysunghur version.
 
References
Dating Ref:
Gyuzalyan, L.T. & Dyakonov, M.M. Rukopisi Shakh-name v Leningradskikh sobraniiach (Manuscripts of the Shahnama in the collections of Leningrad). Leningrad. Russia.
Origin Ref:
Gyuzalyan, L.T. & Dyakonov, M.M. Rukopisi Shakh-name v Leningradskikh sobraniiach (Manuscripts of the Shahnama in the collections of Leningrad). Leningrad. 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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009v
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f. 001v
Frontispiece (verso side) (1440)
f. 002r
Frontispiece (recto side) (1440)
f. 011r
The Prophet Muhammad and the 'Ship of Faith' (1440)
f. 018v
Kava carries his standard (1440)
f. 019r
Faridun enthroned (1440)
f. 021v
Zahhak bound on mount Damavand (1440)
f. 030v
Manuchihr kills Salm (1440)
f. 035v
The Simurgh bids farewell to Sam's son (1440)
f. 051r
The birth of Rustam (1440)
f. 052v
Nauzar enthroned (1440)
f. 058v
Zav, son of Tahmasp, enthroned (1440)
f. 060r
Rustam catches Rakhsh (1440)
f. 061v
Kay Qubad enthroned (1440)
f. 067v
Rustam's third labour: he kills a dragon (1440)
f. 078r
Kay Kavus airborne (1440)
f. 079v
Rustam fights the Turanians (1440)
f. 092v
Rustam mortally wounds Suhrab (1440)
f. 100v
The fire ordeal of Siyavush (1440)
f. 113v
Siyavush fights Guruy Zirih (1440)
f. 122v
Rustam confronts the army of Afrasiyab (1440)
f. 126r
Giv finds Kay Khusrau in Turan (1440)
f. 141r
Farud retreats to his fortress and is mortally wounded by Ruhham (1440)
f. 145r
Piran attacks the Iranian camp at night (1440)
f. 165r
Rustam kills Ashkabus and his horse (1440)
f. 179v
Rustam overthrows Puladvand (1440)
f. 183r
Akvan Div flings Rustam into the sea (1440)
f. 186r
Bizhan slaughters the wild boar (1440)
f. 196v
Rustam asks Bizhan to forgive Gurgin (1440)
f. 207r
Bizhan kills Human (1440)
f. 208r
Nastihan makes a night attack and is killed by Bizhan (1440)
f. 217r
The first combat: Fariburz kills Gulbad (1440)
f. 217v
The second combat: Giv fights Guruy Zirih (1440)
f. 218r
The third combat: Guraza kills Siyamak by throwing him to the ground (1440)
f. 218v
The fifth combat: Ruhham kills Barman (1440)
f. 219r
The sixth combat: Bizhan kills Ruyin (1440)
f. 219v
The seventh combat: Hujir kills Sipahram with a blow of his sword (1440)
f. 220r
The eighth combat: Zanga kills Akhvasht (1440)
f. 220v
The ninth combat: Gurgin kills Andariman (1440)
f. 221r
The tenth combat: Barta kills Kuhram (1440)
f. 222r
Gudarz mourns the dead Piran (1440)
f. 232r
Kay Khusrau kills Shida (1440)
f. 233v
A full scale battle between the armies of Iran and Turan (1440)
f. 238r
Kay Khusrau besieges Gang Dizh (1440)
f. 246v
Hum captures Afrasiyab (1440)
f. 248r
The execution of Afrasiyab (1440)
f. 255r
Kay Khusrau's champions lost in the snow (1440)
f. 257r
Gushtasp seeks work in Rum with the smith Burab (1440)
f. 260r
Gushtasp kills a wolf in Rum (1440)
f. 261v
Gushtasp kills a dragon in Rum (1440)
f. 262v
Gushtasp before Caesar (1440)
f. 272v
Isfandiyar kills Bidarafsh (1440)
f. 273r
Isfandiyar pardons the Turks (1440)
f. 275v
Gushtasp received in Sistan by Zal and Rustam (1440)
f. 281r
Isfandiyar's first labour: he fights the wolves (1440)
f. 281v
Isfandiyar's second labour: he fights the lions (1440)
f. 282v
Isfandiyar's third labour: he fights the dragon (1440)
f. 283r
Isfandiyar's fourth labour: he kills the sorceress (1440)
f. 284r
Isfandiyar's fifth labour: he kills the Simurgh (1440)
f. 285r
Isfandiyar's sixth labour: he escapes from a snow storm (1440)
f. 293v
Rustam kicks aside the rock pushed by Bahman (1440)
f. 304r
Rustam shoots Isfandiyar in the eyes with a double-pointed arrow (1440)
f. 309r
Rustam kills Shaghad before dying (1440)
f. 312r
Pashutan advises Bahman to forsake revenge against Rustam's family (1440)
f. 321v
Iskandar enthroned (1440)
f. 336r
Iskandar builds a wall against Gog and Magog (1440)
f. 365r
Bahram Gur hunts in the company of Azada (1440)
f. 378r
Bahram Gur and Mahyar listen to Arzu's harp playing (1440)
f. 390r
Bahram Gur kills the dragon that had killed a youth (1440)
f. 401v
Anushirvan enthroned (1440)
f. 451r
Bahram Chubina sends Sava Shah's head to Hurmuzd (1440)
f. 459r
Bahram Chubina wears the woman's clothes sent by Hurmuzd (1440)
f. 498v
Khusrau and Shirin (1440)
f. 501v
Khusrau Parviz builds the Palace of Mada'in (1440)
f. 522v
The miller assassinates Yazdagird (1440)