- Walters Ms. W.584, Gloss on a commentary on the Koran
- Kemalpaşazade, 1468 or 9-1534, Aḥmad ibn Sulaymān ibn Kamāl Pāshā, احمد بن سليمان بن كمال پاشا, Ibn Kamāl Pāshā, No author name given., and ʿUthmān ibn Manṣūr
- This Ottoman manuscript is a gloss (ḥāshiyah) by Kemalpaşazade (d. 940 AH / 1533 CE) on the commentary on the Qur’an composed by ʿAbd Allāh al-Bayḍawī (d. ca. 685 AH / 1286 CE) entitled Anwār al-tanzīl. Transcribed in 966 AH / 1558 CE, the present copy was made from the author's holograph by ʿUthmān ibn Manṣūr. The text is written in Turkish nastaʿlīq script in black ink with the words qāla and aqūlu in red, and it opens with an illuminated incipit with titlepiece inscribed with the doxological formula (basmalah). The dark brown leather binding has a central lobed oval with pendants and cornerpieces with arabesque designs on a gold ground.
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