Arabic manuscripts are considered an indispensable heritage and human treasure, and they are an important repertoire that does not inhabit a specific place, most of them take from the world’s major libraries and the libraries of researchers and specialists as a residence for them, as soon as you read them until you discover the richness of the legacy that the Arabs left to the world, and show the extent of their contribution to enriching The global library, whether on the intellectual, literary or scientific level.
The ancient manuscripts found a place for them in the 18th session of the “Sharjah Heritage Days”, which will be held in the Heritage Square in the heart of Sharjah until April 10, to open the eyes of visitors to this priceless legacy, as these manuscripts were hung on the walls of the “Arab Manuscripts from Macedonia », which includes 28 manuscripts, some of which belong to literature, and others to jurisprudence, medicine, and science, including two manuscripts of the Holy Qur’an.
All of these manuscripts came as a contribution from Dr. Ismail Al-Ahmadi, who is considered one of the knowledgeable and expert in the field of manuscripts, as indicated by his biography, as he is fluent in both the Arabic and Turkish languages, and most of his interests and studies revolve around ancient manuscripts.
The manuscripts in the pavilion belong to the period extending from the 13th century to the 19th century, as the oldest manuscript in the exhibition dates back to the 13th century, and it is from Avicenna’s “Al-Qanun fi Al-Medicine” book. The displayed manuscripts, especially those belonging to the category of literature and language, reveal the extent of the richness of Arabic literature. This is what you can discover through a look at the manuscript “The Fifty Maqamat,” which was written by Hariri Muhammad Abu al-Qasim bin Ali al-Basri. , As it was distinguished by its abundance of words, its good humor, and the skill of the literary language that showed the extent of the ability to manipulate words and formulate the good deeds, and there is also the manuscript of the Na’mani poem by Imam Abu Hanifa al-Nu’man, in which he praises our master Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace. To this poem, in an attempt to provide detailed explanations of its verses, and the linguistic abundance it carried.
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