Letter: Moss. VII,150.1Letter Moss. VII,150.1
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Recto: part of a letter concerning communal politics. The writer excuses his writing because he wrote this at night, "and my eye hardly sees in the daytime, let alone at night." Verso: a long list of names, in a different hand, among them Abū l-Faraj, Yeshuʿa b. Joseph, ʿEli b. Shemarya, and Shemarya and Ṣedaqa the sons of Ṣadoq. (Information from CUDL)
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