<p style='text-align: justify;'><p>The colophon contains no details of the ms., which is considered to be Safavid, but restored and reworked in the Qajar period, as is obvious from the covers.The name of the scribe is unknown, as written below Nasir al-Din Shah's seal on p. 1, by Mirza Salih. It entered the library in 1282 AH/1865.</p><p>Initial investigation by Amin Mahdavi.</p><p>For a detailed description see S.A. Sharifzadeh, Namvarnama, Tehran, 1370 sh/1991, pp. 61-77, and Baqir Najafi, Shahnama-ha-yi Iran, 1997, pp, 501-503, and pls. 307-11.</p></p>
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