Title devised by cataloger.
Physical description: 7 lines per page in naskh script on heavy glazed, laid European paper. Text fully vocalized; catchwords. Red punctuation marks on verso. Ragged edges and some water damage in margins.
Incipit: التواب. سبحان المجيب. سبحان الحي. سبحان القيوم.
Fragment from an unidentified Islamic devotional work containing a chant praising God, meant to be recited aloud.
Early Manuscripts collection
Greek and Arabic Manuscripts in both roll and codex form from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library dating from the 9th – 19th centuries
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