Published 1993 by Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in Harvard University .
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Text in English, Persian and romanized Chagatai.
|Statement||Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur Mirza ; Turkish transcription, Persian edition and English translation by W.M. Thackston.|
|Series||Sources of oriental languages and literatures -- 18. -- Turkish sources -- 16, Sources of oriental languages and literatures -- 18., Turkish sources -- 16.|
|Contributions||Thackston, W. M. 1944-, Abdur Rahim Khan, Khan Khanan, 1556-1627.|
|LC Classifications||DS461.1 .A3 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
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Babur penned his memoir in Chaghatay Turkish, which he referred to as Turkic, and it was later translated into Persian and repeatedly copied and illustrated under his Mughal successors. The present copy in Persian written in nastaʿlīq script is a fragment of a dispersed manuscript that was executed in the late 10th century AH / 16th CE.
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