- Walters Ms. W.667, Commentary on select verses of the Koran
- Okçuzade Mehmet Şahı̂, d. 1629, Muḥammed bin Muḥammed Ūḳçīzāde, محمد بن محمد اوقچي زاده, Okçizade, and No author name given.
- Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928)
- This manuscript is an Ottoman Turkish commentary on forty verses of the Qur'an with hadith and verse citations by Okçuzade Mehmet Şahî (d. 1039 AH / 1629 CE), copied in the eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE. The text is written in naskh script in black and red ink. The bequest (waqf) stamp of al-Wazīr al-Shahīd ‘Alī Pāshā, dated 1130 AH, appears on fols. 1a, 1b, and 2a. The name of a former owner, Sayyid Burhān al-Dīn, and his seal dated 1039 AH is found on fol. 1a. The text begins with an illuminated incipit with headpiece (fol. 1b). The dark brown goatskin binding with central lobed medallion filled with floral scroll work and outlined in gold is contemporary with the manuscript.
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