Letter: T-S AS 145.42Letter T-S AS 145.42
Input dateIn PGP since 2018
Recto and verso are two versions of a similar letter concerning the same issues, recto in Arabic and verso in Judaeo-Persian (with occasional Arabic). Dating: Late 10th or early 11th century. There are several names and place names in Arabic script (e.g., Abū Naṣr, al-Fāḍil Abū ʿAlī, Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥasan (b.) Zakariyya, Damascus, and Baghdad. It seems the sender is aiming to force a business partner to pay an outstanding amount. The document is labeled "L5" in Shaul Shaked's (unpublished) classification of Early Judeo-Persian texts. (Information in part from CUDL) OH
T-S AS 145.42 1r
T-S AS 145.42 1v
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