Title for manuscript from title of first and predominant work.
Foliation: Paper, 128; [1-128], modern foliation in pencil, upper left recto. Catchwords on each leaf, lower left recto.
Layout: Written in 21 (f. 1-92) and 27 (f. 93-128) long lines.
Script: Written in a naskh script in the hand of Shams al-Dīn ibn ʻAbbās of Aleppo (f. 1-92) and a second hand (f. 93-128).
Decoration: 3 drawings of plants in red ink (f. 91r-91v), with green coloring added to one of them; penwork in black and
red ink around colophon of first work (f. 92v); 2 circular diagrams inside upper cover; some words and sentences written or
underlined in red ink, more frequently in the first work (f. 1-92).
Binding: Later morocco, bottom cover blind-stamped with a central medallion, top cover laid with paper decorated with a cut-out
Origin: Probably written in Aleppo, Syria, ca. 1562 (date of first work, f. 92v).