Letter: T-S 12.33

Letter T-S 12.33



Half the page is taken up with a Hebrew panegyric, presumably for the physician who wrote the prescription on recto, whose name is also given in red ink: Abū ʿUmar al-Ḥakīm. In the remaining half of the page, the patient [ʿAbd?]allāh the cantor writes a message thanking the physician: "I will drink the medicine tomorrow if God decrees it." ASE

T-S 12.33 1r




T-S 12.33 1v

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