- Walters Ms. W.580, Work on the duties of Muslims toward the Prophet Muhammad with an account of his life
- Abū al-Faḍl ʿIyāḍ ibn Mūsá ibn ʿIyāḍ al-Yaḥṣubī, ʿIyāḍ al-Yaḥṣubī (d. 544 AH / 1149 CE), ابو الفضل عياض بن موسى بن عياض اليحصبي, and No author name given.
- This illuminated manuscript is volume 3 of a work on the duties of Muslims toward the Prophet Muhammad known as al-Shifāʾ by ʿIyāḍ al-Yaḥṣubī (d. 544 AH / 1149 CE). It was copied in the twelfth century AH / eighteenth CE in the Maghreb. The text is written in Maghribīi script in black ink with certain words highlighted in red and blue. The manuscript opens with an illuminated titlepiece indicating that it is volume 3 of al-Shifāʾ (fol. 2a), which is followed by a double-page frontispiece (fols. 2b-3a) and a page with another illuminated titlepiece (fol. 3b). It concludes with an illuminated explicit with tailpiece inscribed with the prayer for the Prophet Muhammad (fol. 140a). The binding is reddish-brown goatskin with a gold-tooled frame and a central medallion of geometric design with two pendants.
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