First book of Avicenna's medical encyclopedia, comprising an introduction to general knowledge of medicine, anatomy, temperament, and the effect of environment on health and disease. Frequent marginal annotations, some affected by trimming. The first 40 leaves and the last 10 are later replacements.
Work connecting people's names to the place from which the name is taken. The work was composed in 918 or 928 A.H. (1512 or 1522 CE) according to the colophon copied into this copy. This copy is missing some pages at the beginning; the first complete entry is "Arak"; most of a quire of leaves is missing between f. 10 and f. 19; several pages at the end (f. 280-297) have had their inner, outer and lower edges trimmed, cutting off some text.
Copy of the Qur'ān; missing first folio, begins with Sūrat al-Baqarah (The Cow) 1 (2:1). Instructions for how much to read from the Qur'ān every day of the week written in modern script in pink ink on lined paper pasted onto f. 238v and the inside back cover.