How to practice physiognomy on sick people according to the dates
manuscripts (document genre)
The material was passed down by ancestors. Mr. Luu Sanh Thanh has inherited the whole material and kept it from Superior Priest Truong Dinh (Hoai Trung). Several materials were collected by himself.
32 unnumbered pages
Cham manuscripts, made of paper and bound into volumes with thread. The covers were made of cement paper. The front cover and the back cover contain the title, the general content and the onwer's name of the material. The content was written with India ink on thin paper folded in two. Akhar Thrah language was used in the material.. Page 06 to page 17 were drawn with pictures and symbols. Page 26 was worm-eaten into holes and smeared. Size (width - length): 23 x 22 cm Size (width - length): 23 x 22 cm
The material covers religion theme. The content is about how to practice physiognomy on sick people according to the dates.
Digitization of this manuscript was funded by the British Libaries' Endangered Archives Programme through the project, Digitisation of the Endangered Cham Manuscripts of Vietnam (no. EAP698).