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The Resource Gülşen-i hulefa

Gülşen-i hulefa

Label
Gülşen-i hulefa
Title
Gülşen-i hulefa
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Contributor
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Subject
Genre
Language
ota
Summary
History of Baghdad by Nazmizade Murtaza, a native of that city, from its beginning until 1130/1718.
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • page 438, no. 7
  • III:88-89
  • 250-253
  • 96g
Citation source
  • Watson, W.J. "İbrahim Müteferrika and Turkish incunabula," Journal of the American Oriental Society 88, no. 3 (July-Sept. 1968): 435-441
  • Toderini, G. Letteratura turchesca (1787 edition)
  • Babinger, F. Geschichtschreiber der Osmanen und ihre Werke
  • Breslauer, M. Books, manuscripts, autograph letters from the fourteenth to the present century (Catalogue 97)
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
According to Watson, the work also includes a history of the Ottomans from the founding of the dynasty until the time of Aḥmed II, and of the Muslims in general from the time of the 'Abbāsīs until the author's own time. The accounts of events towards the end of the book were recorded by Nazmizade Murtaza as an eye-witness
Label
Gülşen-i hulefa
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • The seventh of 17 works printed by Ibrahim Müteferrika, "müteferrika" (house steward) to Sultan Ahmed III, and first printer of moveable Arabic type under Islamic auspices. Müteferrika was born in Kolozsvár, Transylvania sometime between 1672 and 1675, and converted to Islām after moving to Constantinople as a young man. A man of many talents, Müteferrika was a cartographer, editor, translator, printer, typefounder, and scholar; he held many different administrative positions at court, and also served as a diplomat for the Ottoman empire abroad
  • Caption title
  • Imprint taken from colophon
  • First page of text (recto of leaf 1) has ruled border in gold leaf
  • Text printed in Arabic type
  • For additional background information on the Müteferrika imprints at UCLA, consult the collection file in Library Special Collections
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
[5], 130 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in contemporary [?] brown leather and marbled paper boards. Red ownership stamp of the library of Fahri Bilge, who was director of the Kayseri branch of the Turkish Agricultural Bank, the Ziraat Bankasi ("Fahri Bilge Kütüphanesi"); small blue and white paper label on upper board, with shelfmark in pencil. In modern burgundy cloth phase box and burgundy and green marbled paper and brown leather slipcase. Acquired from the estate of Fahri Bilge through the efforts of Professor Andreas Tietze of the UCLA Department of Near Eastern Languages, Istanbul, 1967; see UCLA Librarian volume 20, Numbers 4-5 (April-May 1967), pages 17-18.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)21662775
  • ucoclc21662775
Label
Gülşen-i hulefa
Publication
Note
  • The seventh of 17 works printed by Ibrahim Müteferrika, "müteferrika" (house steward) to Sultan Ahmed III, and first printer of moveable Arabic type under Islamic auspices. Müteferrika was born in Kolozsvár, Transylvania sometime between 1672 and 1675, and converted to Islām after moving to Constantinople as a young man. A man of many talents, Müteferrika was a cartographer, editor, translator, printer, typefounder, and scholar; he held many different administrative positions at court, and also served as a diplomat for the Ottoman empire abroad
  • Caption title
  • Imprint taken from colophon
  • First page of text (recto of leaf 1) has ruled border in gold leaf
  • Text printed in Arabic type
  • For additional background information on the Müteferrika imprints at UCLA, consult the collection file in Library Special Collections
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
[5], 130 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in contemporary [?] brown leather and marbled paper boards. Red ownership stamp of the library of Fahri Bilge, who was director of the Kayseri branch of the Turkish Agricultural Bank, the Ziraat Bankasi ("Fahri Bilge Kütüphanesi"); small blue and white paper label on upper board, with shelfmark in pencil. In modern burgundy cloth phase box and burgundy and green marbled paper and brown leather slipcase. Acquired from the estate of Fahri Bilge through the efforts of Professor Andreas Tietze of the UCLA Department of Near Eastern Languages, Istanbul, 1967; see UCLA Librarian volume 20, Numbers 4-5 (April-May 1967), pages 17-18.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)21662775
  • ucoclc21662775

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