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  1. 151

    LetterMoss. V,337.2

    Part of a letter. Small fragment from the lower right corner. Mentions a letter sent to Alexandria. (Information in part from CUDL)

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  2. 152

    LetterMoss. V,338.2

    Letter or copy of a letter. (Information from CUDL)

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  3. 153

    LetterMoss. V,338.3

    Fragment of a letter. In Hebrew. Late. Only the address is preserved: to [...] Ashqar. (Information in part from CUDL.)

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  4. 154

    LetterMoss. V,341.2

    Part of a (business?) letter. Verso: traces of Arabic script, written inverted, probably part of the address. (Information from CUDL)

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  5. 155

    LetterMoss. V,345.1

    Letter. Sent from somewhere in al-Shām to Cairo. In a mixture of Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic script. Dating: Perhaps 11th century. Sender and addressee are not …

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  6. 156

    LetterMoss. V,356

    Letter, written by Yoḥanan b. Shelomo, in Jerusalem, to his cousin Shimʿon Ashkenazi b. Yeḥiʾel, in Fustat/Cairo. In Hebrew. Dating: Second half of the 16th …

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  7. 157

    LetterMoss. V,361.1

    Letter from Moshe b. Mevorakh the Nagid to Abū l-Makārim. In Judaeo-Arabic. The writer insists that the addressee come visit him on Shabbat at the …

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  8. 158

    LetterMoss. V,361.2

    A small piece from a letter mentioning the elder Abū l-Ḥasan al-Levi, written in the hand of Hananel b. Shmuel. AA

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  9. 159

    LetterMoss. V,366.1

    Fragment of letter granting the privilege of slaughtering birds, written in the hand of Yefet b. David b. Shekhanya. (Information from CUDL)

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  10. 160

    LetterMoss. V,372.6

    Letter of condolence, with extensive biblical quotations. A Judaeo-Arabic text on verso, ‘from his servant’, appears to be a postscript. (Information from CUDL)

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  11. 161

    LetterMoss. V,390.1

    Probably part of a letter, with unorthodox orthography. (Information from CUDL)

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  12. 162

    LetterMoss. VII,136.1 + Moss. VI,208.2

    Letter in the hand of Efrayim b. Shemarya, apparently a draft. Contains rhymed praises and addresses, among others, Abraham the teacher. It refers to Akiva …

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  13. 163

    LetterMoss. VII,136.2

    Either a short note or the beginning of a letter from the Cordoban (al-Qurṭubī) Mūsā al-Kohen to Binyamin. In Judaeo-Arabic, in a dreadful hand. On …

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  14. 164

    LetterMoss. VII,140.2

    Letter fragment. In Judaeo-Arabic. The sender seems to be imploring the addressee to resume his correspondence, for "I used to be like a son to …

    1. בנא רב . . גמיעא [. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .]כרה [
    2. פקד כנת ענדה פי מנזלה אלולד ואקתבסת מנה אשיא
    3. יגב עלי . . . . ענה בהא מא חיית הקבה יעמיד …

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  15. 165

    LetterMoss. VII,144.2

    Beginning of a petition from the wife of Abū ʿAlī al-Sukkarī to an unidentified ḥaver. In Judaeo-Arabic. Written in a crude hand. She says that …

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  16. 166

    LetterMoss. VII,146.1

    Small fragment of a letter in Judaeo-Arabic. Only the opening greetings are preserved. (Information in part from CUDL)

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  17. 167

    LetterMoss. VII,152.1

    Letter from Peraḥya b. Yosef to Saadya b. Avraham Ibn al-Amshāṭī. Fragment. The letter is prefaced with three short decorated lines of biblical quotations. Address …

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  18. 168

    LetterMoss. VII,152.2

    Fragment from the opening of a short letter or note, addressed to Abū l-Munā and speaking about the price of parchment. (Information from CUDL)

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  19. 169

    LetterMoss. VII,173.1

    Letter to Eliyyahu the judge. Fragment (first ~6 lines only). Dating: early 13th century. The sender may be named [Abū l-Ḥa]san. Almost none of the …

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  20. 170

    LetterMoss. VII,173.2

    The beginning of a letter to David b. Shekhanya (beginning of 11th century), sent from Fusṭāṭ (מן מצר) and mentioning the wife of Abū Naṣr. …

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  21. 171

    LetterMoss. VII,192.4

    Opening of a letter, with address on verso; no names preserved. (Information from CUDL)

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  22. 172

    LetterMoss. X,21

    From a business letter, referring to quantities of trade goods. Abū Naṣr al-Tustarī is mentioned. Or possibly an account of communal contributions. (Information in part …

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  23. 173

    LetterT-S 10J16.21

    Recto: Letter in a late hand. Verso: Address to Meʾir b. Murjī (מרגי). (Information from CUDL)

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  24. 174

    LetterT-S 10J29.9

    Fragment of a letter, mentioning Egypt but mostly illegible. Ca. 11th century. (Information from CUDL)

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  25. 175

    LetterT-S 10J31.11

    Letter from an unnamed business agent (fattore), in Egypt, to his employer Yosef Naftali. In Hebrew. Dating: Second half of the 16th century. The addressee …

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  26. 176

    LetterT-S 10J32.4

    Fragment of a copy of a letter by Sherira Gaʾon. (Information from CUDL)

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  27. 177

    LetterT-S 10J5.3

    Draft of the end of a letter, with many corrections, sending greetings to Elʿazar ha-Kohen. In the hand of Ḥalfon b. Menashshe. (Information from CUDL)

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  28. 178

    LetterT-S 10J6.18

    Recto: letter from Fusṭāṭ, dated 15th Shevaṭ 5505 (= 1745 CE), describing the appointment of Joseph ha-Levi as cantor and minister at the Karaite synagogue. …

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  29. 179

    LetterT-S 12.73

    Letter addressed to Yeshuʿa b. Shabbetay. Fragment: upper part of recto. The sender’s name is not preserved. Very little non-formulaic content is preserved. The sender …

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  30. 180

    LetterT-S 12.79

    Recto: the end of a calligraphically-written letter with many signatories, including Sahl b. Mevasser and ʿAmram b. Shabbat. Possibly a letter of introduction, but only …

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  31. 181

    LetterT-S 13J10.10

    Part of a rhymed letter. In the top right-hand corner is a note of the name Shemarya the teacher. (Information from CUDL)

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  32. 182

    LetterT-S 13J10.16

    Part of a rhymed letter addressed to an individual. (Information from CUDL)

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  33. 183

    LetterT-S 13J10.7

    Recto: part of a rhymed letter mentioning Yehoshuaʿ (אדוני אבי ריוח והחבר יהושוע). Verso: text in Arabic. (Information from CUDL)

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  34. 184

    LetterT-S 13J11.1

    Marriage congratulations, beginning with a quote from Ruth 4:11-12, and mentioning Judah ha-Nasi. (Information from CUDL)

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  35. 185

    LetterT-S 13J20.30

    Letter to a notable from Abraham Kohen Sholel (שלאל). (Information from CUDL)

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  36. 186

    LetterT-S 13J22.35

    Late letter from Judah Levi, mentioning people including Joseph and Sitt al-Maṣūna. (Information from CUDL)

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  37. 187

    LetterT-S 13J24.25

    Letter to Mattia Ashkenazi and his brother Shelomo, from their father. (Information from CUDL)

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  38. 188

    LetterT-S 13J24.26

    Recto: possible letter dealing with preparations for marriage, quoting BT Ketubbot. Verso: pen trials including various doodles. (Information from CUDL)

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  39. 189

    LetterT-S 13J24.29

    Letter, from Shemuʾel ha-Kohen, in Jerusalem, to various community leaders in Fusṭāṭ, in which the writer asks whether he can use a sermon to discuss …

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  40. 190

    LetterT-S 13J28.18

    Letter in Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Late. Currencies: ashrafī. Mentioning various business matters and people including Judah and David Naḥmias and Ibn Hānī. (Information in part from …

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  41. 191

    LetterT-S 13J31.4

    Copies of formularies for letters, by the head of the Babylonian academy (probably Saʿadya Gaʾon), who is residing in Baghdad. Contents include letters of greetings …

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  42. 192

    LetterT-S 16.273

    Letter from Khalaf b. Mūsā (=Ḥalfon b. Moshe) al-Ḥaver al-Kohen on behalf of the whole congregation of "Ḥaṣer Adar" (חצר אדר). Saʿadya Gaʾon translates this …

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  43. 193

    LetterT-S 16.386

    Letter, dated at bottom: Iyyar 293 (= 1293 Sel. = 982 CE). Although the leaf is quite large, it is so badly mutilated and rubbed …

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  44. 194

    LetterT-S 18J3.3

    Letter to the (male) writer’s paternal aunt, mentioning other relatives including Abū Manṣūr and Sitt al-Yumn, and cities such as Alexandria and Damascus. (Information from …

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  45. 195

    LetterT-S 18J3.8

    Letter to Yaḥyā ha-Sar. In Judaeo-Arabic, with an elaborate opening in Hebrew. In the hand of one of the 13th-century Mosul Nasis? (Information in part …

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  46. 196

    LetterT-S 18J4.16

    Recto: part of a letter, c. 1039 CE, written by Abraham b. David b. Siḡmār, on behalf of the Jerusalemite congregation in Fusṭāṭ, to the …

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  47. 197

    LetterT-S 18J4.9

    Part of a poorly preserved letter, written with widely-spaced lines in an elegant square hand and ornate language, probably the work of a Palestinian gaʾon. …

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  48. 198

    LetterT-S 18J5.6

    Recto: part of a poorly preserved letter, apparently from the first decade of the 11th century, to Joseph b. Berekhya, representative of the Jerusalem yeshiva …

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  49. 199

    LetterT-S 18J5.7

    Business letter, from Jacob to Nathan ha-Kohen. (Information from CUDL)

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  50. 200

    LetterT-S 24.33

    Part of a poorly preserved letter, perhaps from [...] b. Joseph, to Shemuʾel he-Ḥaver b. Shelomo, mentioning the good deeds of Yeshuʿa b. Isaac. (Information …

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