Handwritten copies of Quran to be evaluated
Fourteen handwritten copies of the holy Quran belonging to the National Malek Museum and Library will be evaluated in a series of sessions entitled “14 narrations”.
IBNA: According to the public relations department of National Malek Museum and Library, eight sessions will be held on evaluating 14 handwritten copies of the holy Quran belonging to the National Malek Museum and Library.
The first four session of the “14 narrations” series were held from July 21-24 in the Academy of Arts and the next four sessions will be held in the Malek Library with the attendance of Mohammad Mehdi Harati, Mehdi Moghise, Majid Fadaeian, Ramin Mar’ati, Alireza Hashemi-nejhad as well as Soleiman Saeed Abadi, manuscript’s experts.
The sessions are slated for July 28, 30 and August 1.
Accommodating 19,000 rare and precious manuscripts, the National Malek Library is one of the 6 great treasures of Iran's manuscripts.
The other 5 libraries are the National Library, Astan Quds Razavi Library, the Library of Majlis, Library of late Ayatullah Marashi Najafi and Tehran University's Central Library. Among the centers Malek Library enjoys a score of preciousness and artistic values.
Moreover the library is house to some 70,000 printed books, 3400 lithographs and 548 periodicals which have been printed in 4,000 volumes. Most of the printed books date back to 1940 which were among the first books published in Iran.
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