|Ms. orient. A 1747 / 2v / 1|
Description of a manuscript note
|Classmark||Ms. orient. A 1747 / 2v / 1|
|Type of entry||ownership entry|
|↳ Name||Sharaf al-Dīn b. Zayn al-ʽĀbidīn b. Muḥyī al-Dīn Ibn Zakariyā' al-Anṣārī al-Shāfiʽī|
|شرف الدين بن زين العابدين بن محيي الدين ابن زكرياء الانصاري|
|↳ Data of life||* um 1030 / 1620-21
|↳ Area of activity||Kairo|
|↳ Literature||Muḥibbī: Ḫulāṣat al-aṯar, Bd. II, S. 215, Nr. 477.|
|↳ Remarks||Owner of:
Beirut AUB MS 956.9:R11kA;
Berlin Wetzstein I 1; Wetzstein II 227, 1364; Landberg 187, 194, 236; Ms.or.quart. 1060;
Gotha orient. A 521, 604, 1183, 1733, 1747, 2321;
Istanbul, Feyzullah 1506-1508;
Kopenhagen Perho: Catalogue, Cod. Arab. 169;
Cairo Maʽhad al-Makhṭūṭāt al-ʽArabiyya, 222 tārīkh (microfilm of an unidentified original in the library Fayḍ Allāh in Istanbul; my identification from a photo of the title page in the manuscript's edition Ibn al-Ḥimṣī: Ḥawādith al-zamān [ed. ʽAbd al-ʽAzīz Fayāḍ Ḥarfūsh, Beirut 2000], p. 29);
Leipzig Vollers 283;
München Cod. arab. 1216 (=Sobieroj: Arabische Handschriften 8, p. 322, no. 151);
Riyad, King Saud University, MS 1052;
Tunis in the library of Ḥasan Ḥasanī ʽAbd al-Wahhāb (after the title page in Ziriklī: Aʽlām VII, p. 51, where a precise signature is lacking).
In the year 1084/1674 he issued a certificate of transmission for a work of his father in the ms Leipzig Vollers 253.
All cited and identically worded notes give no more than the bare name Sharaf al-Dīn Ibn shaykh al-islām. Only Leipzig Vollers 283 identifies the shaykh al-islām by name as Zakariyā'. Accordingly, this man should most probably have been Sharaf al-Dīn b. Zayn al-ʽĀbidīn b. Muḥyī al-Dīn Ibn Zakariyā' al-Anṣārī, who would have referred only to his most famous forefather, namely the chief judge of Egypt Zakariyā' al-Anṣārī (d. 926/1520), commonly known as shaykh al-islām (cf. GAL I p. 432, II pp. 99-100, S I p. 771, S II pp. 117-118; Ziriklī: Aʽlām III, p. 46).
The dating of ms Leipzig Vollers 283 in the year 1057/1647 gives a terminus post quem for our Šaraf ad-Dīn Ibn Zakariyā''s life, while the inclusion of the Istanbul mss (including the one microfilm referred to as Cairene) into the endowment, achieved in 1113, of the Mufti of Istanbul, Faiḍ Allāh (d. 1115), sets a terminus ante quem. Taken together, these dates make the proposed identification highly probable. Furthermore, the six mss preserved today in Gotha, all bought by Seetzen in the year 1809 in Cairo, show a geographical focus on Egypt befitting the biography of this man.
|Text original||في نوبة الفقير
ابن شيخ الاسلام
عفا الله عنه امين
|Author of record||Liebrenz|
|MyCoRe ID||GothaMSSecentry_secentry_00001205 (XML view)|
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