List or table: T-S Ar.30.34

List or table T-S Ar.30.34



Accounts in Judaeo-Arabic. The hand may be known. Dating: 11th or 12th century. Mentions people such as 'the woman' (al-sitt); Abū Isḥāq Ibrāhīm Ibn Siqbāl al-Andalusī; Barakāt Ibn Shūʿa; "my cousin (ibn ʿammī) Yiṣḥaq; and 'the woman the daughter of al-Kharazī.' Lists both credits and debits. Concerns a wide range of commodities, from household goods to garments to foods and materia medica (e.g., sumac, chebulic myrobalan, a preserve, qāqullā, rhubarb) to gems (e.g., a ruby worth 2 dinars) and gold (e.g., unminted washed gold (dhahab maghzūl, i.e. maghsūl)). (Information in part from Baker/Polliack catalogue.)