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    Paraliterary textYevr. III B 349

    Islamic narration attributed to ʿAlī b. Abī Ṭālib. In Judaeo-Arabic. Possibly belonging to the Shamā'il al-Muḥammadiyya genre. Mentions ʿAlī b. Abī Ṭālib and other Companions …

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    Paraliterary textENA 3982.28

    Islamic prayers/formulae in Arabic script. Not all of the text blocks are easy to read, but at least three begin with "Allāhuma ṣalli ʿalā Muḥammad" …

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    Paraliterary textENA 3916.2

    Recipe or medical prescription. In Arabic script. There are two similar recipes, oriented at 180 degrees to each other. On recto there is an Islamic …

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    Literary textT-S Ar.30.304

    Literary text in Judaeo-Arabic containing a chapter entitled "In praise of knowledge and in condemnation of ignorance and anger," which opens with a discussion of …

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    Literary textT-S AS 184.23

    Bifolium written in Arabic script in black and red ink, with diacritics. Contains a version of the famous ḥadīth in which the true jihad is …

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    Literary textNLI 577.1/16

    Literary text. In Arabic script, calligraphic. Contains a narrative involving ʿAmr b. Umayya al-Ḍamrī (one of the companions of Muḥammad). It involves espionage (al-dukhūl ilā …

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    Unknown typeT-S K24.39

    Original text: Three lines in calligraphic Arabic script. Possibly part of a document. Prayers for Muḥammad are clearly legible (الحمد لله وحده وصلواته على سيدنا …

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    LetterAIU VII.A.43

    Letter fragment (bottom half) in Judaeo-Arabic, addressed to an important person (perhaps Avraham Maimonides). Dated: Middle third of Elul 1541 Seleucid, which is 1230 CE. …

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