MIKHA’IL AL-BAHRAWI (or al-Nahrawi, since the manuscript has no diacritical point), known only as the owner of the oldest and finest manuscript of the Summa Theologica (known as Majmu‘ Usul al-Din; Vatican Library, Arabic 103); written by Mu’taman al-Dawlah ibn al-‘Assal (chaps. 1-21 only), copied in Egypt during the author's lifetime. An unpublished autograph note on folio 208v, dated A.M. 1198/A.D. 1482, indicates this.
KHALIL SAMIR, S.J.
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