Commentary on Maḥmūd ibn Muḥammad al-Jighmīnī's Mulakhkhaṣ fī al-hayʼah (Epitome of astronomy or Quintessence of astronomy), with a few marginal notes.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Foliation: Paper, ii + 90 + ii; [1-94], modern foliation in pencil, upper left recto, including flyleaves.
Layout: Written in 15 long lines.
Script: Written in riq'a script by Mirhassmad ʻAbd (Bouwman).
Decoration: 23 simple diagrams in red, red and blue, or red and black (f. 15r, 18v, 22v, 25v, 39r, 43r, 43v, 45r, 46r, 46v, 47v, 48r, 50v, 63r-64r, 70r, 77r-77v, 80r-80v, 83v, 85v); overlining in red and black; selected words and phrases in red.
Binding: Modern leather with inset stamped medallions, possibly from an older binding.
Origin: Written in the northeastern Timurid empire, now Central Asia, in the 15th century or 16th century (Bouwman).