- Walters Ms. W.662, Turkish version of Sindbadnama
- Kātib al-Samarqandī, Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī, Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī Kātib al-Samarqandī al-Ẓāhīrī, محمد بن علي كاتب السمرقندي الظهيري, ʿAbdülkerīm bin Muḥammed, and عبد الكريم بن محمد
- Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928)
- This is an Ottoman illustrated and illuminated copy of the Tuḥfet ül-aḫyār, which is an Ottoman Turkish version of the well-known story of Sindbad (Sindbādnāmah), written by ʿAbdülkerīm bin Muḥammed during the reign of Sultan Süleyman (Soliman) (reg. 926 AH / 1520 CE -- 974 AH / 1566 CE). The text is written in black naskh script with incidentals in gold and red, and chapter headings are in gold. The manuscript dates to the tenth century AH / sixteenth CE and opens with an illuminated incipit page (fol. 1b). There are a total of six illustrations.
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- Walters Art Museum