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AIU III.D.31

Letter in Ladino and Spanish reused for an index to the Teshuvot of the Rosh. ASE.

AIU III.D.5

Legal query in Judaeo-Arabic addressed to "sayyidnā al-shelishi" regarding a man who died and left all his estate to one of his two cousins and did not explicitly exclude the other one by giving him the equivalent of a peruṭa (penny).

AIU IV.A.258

Haggada with Judaeo-Arabic translation.

AIU IV.A.293

Late Judaeo-Arabic medical prescriptions for preparing bandages, e.g. for tumors. Headers in red ink.

AIU IV.A.294

Lined piece of paper filled with Judaeo-Arabic letters or language from letters or formularies for letters (one contains "fulan" instead of names). The honorific khawaja is used. Needs further examination.

AIU IV.B.42

Hebrew literary work, reused for drafts of phrases from an Arabic letter.

AIU IV.C.108

Judaeo-Arabic poetry.

AIU IV.C.109

Judaeo-Arabic poetry in a neat grid in red ink.

AIU IV.C.110

Judaeo-Arabic poetry.

AIU IV.C.111

Judaeo-Arabic poetry.

AIU IV.C.112

Judaeo-Arabic poetry.

AIU IV.C.113

Judaeo-Arabic poetry.

AIU IV.C.114

Judaeo-Arabic poetry.

AIU IV.C.300

Biofolium of piyyutim signed by Moshe b. Levi ha-Levi (found by Amir Ashur).

AIU IV.C.486

See join.

AIU IV.C.6

Hebrew poems with interesting Judaeo-Arabic headings, including: "I wrote this for you, too, and it was only delayed because of an illness that came over me." Another poem is copied from the composition of Rabbenu Moshe ZL.

AIU IX.A.45

Writing exercises

AIU IX.A.46

Writing exercises

AIU IX.A.47

Writing exercises

AIU IX.A.48

Writing exercises