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    List or tableAIU VII.F.72

    Late accounts in Judaeo-Arabic, mentioning Ḥayyim Bialobos among others.

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    Legal documentMS 9160, fol. 6

    Recto: Legal document (iqrār). In Judaeo-Arabic. Location: Fustat/Cairo. Dated: 5 Adar 5588 AM, which is 1828 CE. Involving Raḥamim Bibas, Yaʿaqov Bibas, and Yosef Bialobos. …

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    LetterAIU VII.E.84

    Late letter in Judaeo-Arabic to Yiṣḥaq Bialobos.

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    List or tableJRL SERIES B 1937 + AIU VII.F.14 + AIU VII.F.28 + AIU VII.F.92 + JRL SERIES C 58

    Accounts mainly in Ladino, written in the same hand but not necessarily from the same notebook (the pages are not all the same size, and …

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    List or tableJRL SERIES B 1941

    Late accounts mentioning Merkado Karo, Me'ir ben Naʿim, Eliyyyahu b. Ṣahal, Mordekhai Bialobos.

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    List or tableENA NS 57.17 + JRL SERIES A 686 + JRL SERIES C 25

    Accounts. In Judaeo-Arabic. Dated: 4 Jumāda al-Awwal '54. Probably 1154 AH (=1741 CE) or 1254 AH (=1838 CE). Perhaps belonging to a jeweler or to …

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    List or tableJRL SERIES B 2773

    List of donations to the fund for clothing for the poor for the year 550[8] = 1747/8 CE.

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    List or tableJRL SERIES B 1936

    Late accounts, arranged according to parshiyot, mentioning names including: Page 1: Yom Tov (?) Aripol, Nissim Nuṣayrī, Nissim Raṣon, Avraham Hakim (?), Page 2: Eliyyahu …

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    List or tableT-S Misc.11.208

    Late accounts in Judaeo-Arabic, very neat, laid out in a grid according to parshiyot, probably donations collected from the people named. Dozens of names appear …

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