OPenn: LJS Tadhkirah uṣūl handasah al-ḥisāb li-Uqlīdis
Small geometric diagrams in red ink with black letters or black ink with red letters throughout. Publisher The University of Pennsylvania Libraries.
- LJS 286 Tadhkirah uṣūl handasah al-ḥisāb li-Uqlīdis.
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Summary 15th-century manuscript of 13th-century Arabic commentary on Euclid's Elements, with numerous diagrams in and marginal annotations around the text and additional commentary on leaves following the text. Notes Ms. Title supplied by cataloger. Extent leaves : x 87 x 48 mm. Binding Modern morocco, blind-stamped with gilt-stamped spine; spine title Tahrir al-Iqlidis, Euclidis elementa geometrica, Decoration Small geometric diagrams in red ink with black letters or black ink with red letters throughout.
Script Written in naskh script with diacritics in red. This is to his personal credit, but unfortunate for the historian.
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We are certain only of the fact that he was born in Nishapur in north-eastern Persia; he passed 13 years of his youth in Mashad, and spent much of his life collecting the poetry of other Sufi mystics. He was the son of a prosperous chemist, and got an excellent education in Arabic, theosophy and medicine.
The people he helped in the pharmacy used to confide their troubles in Attar and this affected him deeply. Eventually, he abandoned his pharmacy and travelled widely to Kufa, Mecca, Damascus, Turkistan, and India, meeting Sufi sheikhs and returned promoting Sufi Islamic mysticism ideas to his home city of Nishapur.
Attar speaks of his own poetry in various contexts, including the epilogues of his long narrative poems. He confirms the guess likely to be made by every reader that he possessed an inexhaustible fund of thematic and verbal inspiration. He writes that when he composed his poems, more ideas came into his mind than he could possibly use.
He also states that the effort of poetical composition threw him into a state of trance in which he could not sleep. Read more Read less. Not Enabled.
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