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Firman of Selim Khan

Bg: Ферман на Селим Хан; Ru: Фирман Селима Хана

LocationUnited Kingdom, London, British Library. Shelfmark: Add. MS 1860
Date1519
MaterialComposed of four sheets of paper varying in length from 370mm to 720mm. Backed in cloth, making it impossible to discern any watermark.
Extent1 roll ff. 2410 x 380 (written)
WatermarkUnclear
FoliationModern, pen-written, in the upper right margins. No traces of previous foliations or paginations.
Collation
RulingRuled left margin 55mm wide.
ConditionGood.
Layout1 column
InkBlack.
OrthographySerbo-Croatian.
Contents
(1) Ферман на Селим хан
Милостїю божіею ѧ великї господаръꙋ годищо рож҃ства христова а.ф.ѳі ꙋписанꙋ маꙗ ꙋ дренополю столнина црс҃ка
Bibliography
Cleminson, RalphA Union Catalogue of Cyrillic Manuscripts in British and Irish Collections (The Anne Pennington Catalogue)London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London1988
Cleminson 1988: 65-66
;
Partridge, MonicaThree Slavonic Manuscripts from Yugoslavia now in EnglandZbornik u čast Stjepana Ivšića (Ivšićev zbornik) / Collectanea in Stephani Ivšić honoremZagreb: Hrvatsko Filološko Društvo1963281–290
Partridge 1963: 81-90.
;
Du Feu 1984: 79-80.
;
Cleminson, RalphA Union Catalogue of Cyrillic Manuscripts in British and Irish Collections (The Anne Pennington Catalogue)London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London1988
Cleminson 1988: 65-66
;
Cleminson 1988: 65-66
;
Partridge, MonicaThree Slavonic Manuscripts from Yugoslavia now in EnglandZbornik u čast Stjepana Ivšića (Ivšićev zbornik) / Collectanea in Stephani Ivšić honoremZagreb: Hrvatsko Filološko Društvo1963281–290
Partridge 1963: 281-90.
;
Du Feu 1984: 79-80.
History Date: 1519. Place: Bosnia. Provenance: Presented by Henry Gory, who may have been a descendant of a Mr Gory mentioned by Humfrey Wanley in his diary for 1723/4 in connection with the purchase of MSS. Acquisition: 1820.

Repertorium identifier: RC-DRAdd1860BL; Author: Dilyana Radoslavova, Ralph Cleminson; Editor: Anisava Miltenova, Andrej Bojadžiev; Genre: firman