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    LetterBL OR 5566B.30

    Letter from Netanel b. Moshe ha-Levi ha-Shishi to two of his friends (Yosef b. Ḥalfon ha-Kohen and 'my brother Elʿazar), during his confinement to his …

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    LetterENA 3918.10

    Letter(s) in Arabic script. Recto and verso are probably distinct letters. Dating: Likely 13th century or later. The letter on recto appears to be from …

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    LetterT-S Ar.39.192

    First-person report about a discussion, possibly a polemic between the writer and other people. This fragment begins in Arabic script, switches to Judaeo-Arabic for the …

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    List or tableT-S NS 297.79

    Commercial accounts in a mixture of Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic script (also Greek/Coptic numerals).

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    LetterT-S NS 305.53

    Letter in Arabic script, with a few words in Hebrew script. Dating: Probably 12th or 13th century. Mentions al-shaykh Bū Zikrī in l. 2. Seems …

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    LetterT-S NS 292.67

    Complete note written in both Arabic script and in Judaeo-Arabic. Crude hand. Quite faded. Mentions honey. Needs examination for content.

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    LetterT-S NS 297.243

    Recto: Possibly the top of an official letter in Arabic script. Reused for jottings all over the margins in Arabic and Hebrew script. Verso: Bottom …

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    LetterENA NS 83.395

    Address of a letter to the judge Eliyahhu b. Zekharya. In Arabic script with רבי אליה in Hebrew script. None of the letter is preserved.

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    LetterENA NS 83.253

    Letter fragment in Arabic script. Opens with greetings to the mother. Mentions Naṣr al-Dīn. The address on verso is written in a different hand: to …

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    Legal documentENA NS 83.206

    Autograph order in the hand of Avraham Maimonides. Mostly in Arabic script with a few words in Hebrew. Abū Isḥāq Ibrāhīm is to give Eliyyahu …

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    List or tableT-S Misc.26.51

    Probably a communal account for wheat distribution. Mainly in Arabic script, with some interspersed Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Likely 12th or 13th century. Several women are named. …

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    Legal documentENA 3936.6

    Jottings of accounts and calendrical notations in a mixture of Arabic script, Greek/Coptic numerals, and Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Probably 12th or 13th century, based on handwriting. …

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    Literary textENA 3509.3

    Leaf from a geographic treatise written in a combination of Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic script.

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    State documentT-S NS 171.28

    Petition addressed to a Jewish dignitary. Dating unknown. The document is mainly in Arabic script but interspersed with biblical quotations and phrases in Hebrew. The …

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    Legal documentENA NS 83.338

    Order or receipt in Arabic script with Judaeo-Arabic annotations for 2 dinars for [...] Makkī(?) al-Khabbāz from Yehuda b. Yosef (presumably this is Abū Zikrī …

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    LetterENA 1822a.64

    Letter addressed to Menaḥem the physician, in the horseshoers' market (fī al-musammirīn) in Fustat or New Cairo. Mainly in Judaeo-Arabic, with the first five lines …


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    ‏ بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم ‎ 1
    ‏ كتاب…

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    LetterT-S 8J19.15

    Letter fragment written by a communal official concerning the “rabbi from Rum” who was potentially threatened. (S. D. Goitein, Mediterranean Society, 5:236-7, 571) EMS Written …

    ‏ ..... עלי החבר ‎ 1
    ‏ אעלם מולאי אלשיך אלאגל שר העדה פאר הכהנה ה…

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    LetterT-S 10J20.15

    Letter written in a mixture of Hebrew and Arabic script. Various blessings and Bible citations are rendered in Hebrew script, whereas the main part is …

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    LetterT-S NS 320.113

    Letter addressed to a dignitary named Yefet. Opens with Hebrew praises and wishes for a speedy recovery, then switches into Arabic (in Arabic script) for …

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    LetterBL OR 10587.3 + T-S Ar.36.137

    Letter in Judaeo-Arabic, with interspersed Arabic script (header, footer, and sliding blessings). Eloquent and formal style, possibly copied from or for a literary source. Seems …

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    Legal documentT-S K25.240.51

    Autograph order in the hand of Avraham Maimonides. Mainly in Arabic script with some Hebrew script. Abū l-Majd is to give someone some money. Might …

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    LetterENA 1822a.15

    Letter written on behalf of a woman who complains that someone pawned an amount of one dinar. She asks her addressee to take from him …

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    Legal documentT-S K25.240.52

    Autograph order in the hand of Avraham Maimonides. In both Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic script. Abū l-Majd is to give a certain sum of money to …

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