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    State documentT-S NS J271

    Verso: Fatimid decree fragment. Three words preserved. (MR)

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    State documentT-S Ar.39.448

    Fragments of 4 lines of a Fatimid decree. Mentions the caliph (amir al-muʾminīn) and the date (but the date is missing). The blank space on …

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    State documentT-S AS 159.169

    Verso: Fatimid state document preserving part of one line, including the word يستخرج.

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    State documentT-S K24.25

    Fatimid decree. Two lines in huge script with wide spaces between the lines; faded and difficult to decipher. Reused for a text in Judaeo-Arabic that …

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    State documentPER K 8314

    Fatimid state decree to a lower official, reused for a Coptic text dated 408–410 AH, hence datable to earlier than that; probably from the reign …

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    State documentAIU IV.C.259

    Decree. Only part of one line is preserved, mentioning the caliph al-Ḥāfiẓ, "...wa-waliyyihi ʿAbd al-Majīd Abī l-Maymūn al-Imām..."

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    State documentT-S 20.80

    Fatimid decree. The decree is from the period of al-Hafiz (1131–49) and mentions the congregational mosques of al-Ḥākim (in Cairo) and al-Ḥāfiẓ (it is not …

    1. في المسجدين الجامعين الحافظي والحاكمي 

    2. فيضورك من تاخر جائهم فقد خرج

    3. الامر الى الديوان بذكر ما عنده في ذلك

    4. فاعلم هذا امر أمير المومنين ورسمه

    1. In the two congregational mosques, the mosque of al-Ḥāfiẓ and the mosque of al-Ḥākim.

    2. You will suffer if their arrival is delayed. For the order …

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    State documentYevr.-Arab. I 1986

    Letter from an unnamed Fatimid official in Alexandria to Najīb al-Dawla. Dating: second half of the eleventh century. 36 lines preserved, written in an elegant …

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    LetterCUL Or.1080 J39 + BL OR 5566B.5

    Letter in Judaeo-Arabic from Ṣedaqa b. Khalaf b. Fuhayd, in Tyre, to al-Shaykh al-jalīl Abū Isḥaq Ibrāhīm Ibn al-Sheviʿi. In Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Late 11th century …

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