رسالة: Bodl. MS heb. c 28/28

رسالة Bodl. MS heb. c 28/28

الوصف

Letter from Shelomo, a ritual slaughterer in al-Maḥalla, to the judge Zakkay (probably the father of Shelomo b. Zakkay who was active in the period of Maimonides). The sender feared losing his job for having only memorized a handbook on his profession, instead of studying the sources, when a new judge, Menaḥem, arrived in al-Maḥalla. Verso is covered with various jottings, including the possible date of arrival of the letter: 12 Ḥeshvan 1462 Seleucid, which is 3 October 1150 CE. (Information from Goitein’s index card and Friedman's article on Zuta, pp. 484–85.)

Bodl. MS heb. c 28/28 28 recto

28 recto

النصوص المفرّغة

الترجمة

Bodl. MS heb. c 28/28 28 verso

28 verso
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