|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Date Made:||1700 - 1799|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Mrs. W. H. Kneedler, 1951|
|Other Number||M39 - Levitt Number|
L-1-54 - Other Number
Thai manuscript fragments. 19 leaves from the middle of an unidentified Pali text, housed with 2 leaves from a narrative text about a king and a precious jewel in Thai with Pali words (Lanna). Two lateral hoes. Black powder rubbed into incised letters, with varnish applied to a few sections of text or to a few words only. Parts of right abnd left margins chipped off. The script is written in a small and well-controlled hand, but nevertheless gives an elegant appearance. There is a fair amount of interlacing between the lines. Written in 5 lines per leaf (51-9-5.1) and 4 lines per leaf (51-9-5.2).
Leaves of palm leaf with two central holes approximately 21 cm (51-9-5.1) and 19.5 cm (51-9-5.2) apart; faded red edges on leaves of longer text (51-9-5.1); most ends damaged, 2 leaves partial (f. 17-18), and one comprised of 3 small fragments (f. 19). Longer text foliated with letters starting with M, so the beginning of this manuscript is lacking (51-9-5.1); one of the leaves in the shorter text is foliated ga (51-9-5.2). Written in Thailand, possibly in the 18th century.
|[Catalogue] Levitt, Stephan H. 1980. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Indic and Greater Indic Manuscripts in the Collection of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. : Page/Fig./Plate: 144||View Objects cited in this Publication|
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