State document: T-S Ar.39.80State document T-S Ar.39.80
Input dateIn PGP since 2019
Original document: Petition from a woman (al-mamlūka), probably in Tinnīs (المقيمة بمدينة تنيس حماها الله تعالى) to a dignitary with the title al-Juyūshī. The addressee might be Badr al-Jamālī (d. 1094; the first in Egypt to hold the title Amir al-Juyūsh). But Khan has argued that the taqbīl clause is not found in petitions before the period of al-Āmir (1101–30 CE), so the addressee may be a later vizier (all of them from Badr through Saladin technically held the title Amīr al-Juyūsh as well). None of the content of the petition is preserved. The space between the lines seems to have been filled in with a legal document or draft in Arabic script, in smaller handwriting. The text on verso may be related but is quite faded.
Edition: Umrethwala, Yusuf
T-S Ar.39.80 recto
TranscriptionYusuf Umrethwala, PGP Transcriptions (in Arabic) (n.p., 2023).
- بسم الله الرحمن]الرحيم
- ]العالي السامي السيدي الاجلي الجيوشي
- ]الهادي وعضد به الدين وامتع بطول[بقائه امير المؤمين]
- ]واعلا كلمته المملوكه تقبل[الارض
- ]المقيمة بمدينة تنيس حماها الله تعالى[