Fetāvā-yi Aḳkermānī,a collection of legal rulings. The collection is also known as el-Vāḳiʿāt. The endpapers contain some additional text in Arabic and Ottoman Turkish, including a biographical notice of the author, and some fatwas. One fatwa is dated 15 Cemazilahir 234 (3 January 1828), which serves as a datum ante quem. No copyist mentioned., Not dated, but before 1234/
Scope and Contents
The Anhegger collection consists of 1) six Oriental manuscripts, mostly textbooks and collections of jurisprudence; 2) his private papers, reflecting his activities as a scholar and as director of German cultural centres in foreign countries; and 3) printed books on varied subjects, among which c. 35 Karamanlidika imprints.
- Creation: Not dated, but before 1234/
- ʿAlī b. ʿAbdullāh el- Aḳkermānī (d. 1028/1618-19). (Person)
- Dervīş Meḥmed b. Ḥasan (compiler). (Person)
Language of Materials
German, (Ottoman) Turkish, other Oriental and European languages.
Ottoman Turkish and Arabic MS on glazed cream paper, (1)+3+235+(1) f., with original numbers ; 23.9x14.8 cm + small thuluth script, headings, rubrics and borders in red; double red borders on the opening pages of the main text. Bound in boards with flap and red leather spine and edges.