The book binding has plant-like and geometric designs as well as medallions over a dark background. The border is made of cartouches with prophetic sayings that stress the importance of reading the Qur'an.
A manuscript written in both Arabic and Coptic; it bears a picture of two figures, perhaps angels, who are carrying two birds. Underneath the figures, there are eight interlaced circles, containing floral designs. They are intersected by four additional circles containing crosses.
The manuscript is a Kiahkan Psalmody Book in the Coptic language and includes psalms and other prayers related to "Kiahk," the fourth month of the Coptic year. Kiahk is dedicated to events before the birth of Christ, so the book contains praises for the Virgin Mary and some of the saints.
The manuscript contains the Four Gospels in Arabic, with an introduction, the Ten Commandments, and testimonies of the truth. The pages are gilded in gold and decorated with colors. The manuscript was written by the priest Barsam Al-Arkhan Rophael, the son of Sheikh Al-Moallem Moftah.
These two pages of a religious manuscript were written in black ink; the writing is enclosed in a narrow brown border. The text of the manuscript is about the Prophet (peace be upon him), giving his names and describing his laudable deeds.
The copy of the Holy Qur'an is written in simple Kufi calligraphy in black ink on parchment. The artwork is in a poor state, as the edges are eroded. This copy of the Qur'an has been recently repaired.