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Resources for the study of manuscripts produced in the Islamic world and the manuscript cultures they represent.
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Islamic Manuscripts Collection (University of Michigan)

Islamic Manuscripts Collection
by Evyn Kropf - Last Updated Mar 1, 2015
A guide to navigating the Islamic Manuscripts Collection held at the University of Michigan Library.
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"From Eye to XRF: Material Investigation of the Islamic Manuscript Heritage"

A resource guide for the talk, "From Eye to XRF: Material Investigation of the IslamicManuscript Heritage" given at OCIS on 5th February 2014 as part of the 'Introduing Islamic Manuscripts' seminar series, is available for download here.



Detail from illustration depicting Laylá and Qays (Majnūn) at school, p.27 in Isl. Ms. 417, a late 16th cent. copy of Fuzulî’s Leylâ ve Mecnun (Special Collections Library, University of Michigan).

This guide offers resources for the study of the manuscripts and manuscript cultures of the Islamic world. 

Feel free to be in touch with any requests for research assistance or suggestions for additions to the resources listed on these pages.


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