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    LetterBL OR 10655.21

    Recto: Informal note from Ibn al-Sukkarī to the physician Shemuel. In Arabic script. Urging him to investigate the truth of the report of the seller …

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    LetterT-S Ar.39.254

    Letter fragment. Mainly in Arabic script, with one word in Hebrew script. May mention Bilbays. Refers to "the knowledge of medicine" and perhaps a youth …

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    List or tableT-S Ar.34.329

    Accounts in Arabic script and Greek/Coptic numerals. Consists of rubricated tables filled with names and numbers. The table on recto appears to be headed by …

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    LetterENA 2716.34

    Letter from someone possibly named Yaʿqūb addressed to a physician. In Judaeo-Arabic. There are two lines in Arabic script on verso, apparently lines of poetry …

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    LetterT-S 12.84

    Letter in Judaeo-Arabic. Arranged in an unusual format with breaks between paragraphs. The teacher ʿIwaḍ tried to sell the Masoret but couldn't find a buyer. …

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    LetterF 1908.44W + F 1908.44Y

    Recto: Letter in Judaeo-Arabic. Fragment: only a narrow strip from the right side remains. Much of the translation by Gottheil & Worrell is speculative. The …

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    LetterT-S AS 185.208

    Recto: Letter in Arabic script to Sitt Nadd, probably from her husband. The writer rejoiced at the news of her deliverance (khalāṣ) (childbirth? or from …

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    LetterENA NS 83.303

    Narrative report in Arabic script. Letter, legal query, or literary? Mentions a Jewish man, perhaps named Yūsuf, who came before a governor (wālī). Then refers …

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    List or tableT-S Ar.4.10

    Verso: Account of payments to a physician (al-Rayyis) by five patients: Bū ʿAlī, Ibn Shahrīn or Shahrayn (a 2-month-old boy?), Muslim, Muḥsin, and Karīm. He …

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    State documentT-S NS 158.95

    Formal letter in Arabic script. Dating: Perhaps 12th or 13th century based on handwriting. From ʿAbdallāh b. [...]. He reports that he has obeyed the …

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    LetterMoss. II,109.1

    Letter fragment in Judaeo-Arabic, in an elegant hand with tall, flamingo-like lameds. The sender appears to be a well-connected physician or medical student. Dating: Probably …

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    LetterT-S NS J393

    Letter/petition from Yehuda(?), probably in Cairo, to an important person called Sayyidnā, probably in Fustat. In Judaeo-Arabic. Rudimentary orthography. Dating: Probably late 12th or early …

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    State documentT-S NS 306.48

    Petition from the Jewish physician Sulaymān b. Mūsā. In Arabic script. He reports that he "was raised among the physicians of the hospital (māristān) in …

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    LetterT-S 24.67

    Letter from the teacher Bū l-Ḥusayn Yehuda (b. Aharon?) Ibn al-ʿAmmānī, in Alexandria, to his third cousin and brother-in-law the physician Yeshuʿa b. Aharon Ibn …


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    ‏ בשמ רחמ מחבהם יהודה המלמד ‎ 1
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    LetterT-S 12.305

    Letter from the physician Yosef, in Alexandria, to the physician Abū l-Faraj b. Abū l-Barakāt (c/o Abū l-Faraj al-Sharābī), in al-Sūq al-Kabir, Fustat. In Judaeo-Arabic, …

    ‏ בש רח ‎ 1
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    LetterT-S 13J21.20

    Letter from a male family member, probably in Damīra, to a physician, probably in Fustat. In Judaeo-Arabic. Dating unknown. The letter is convoluted and repetitive, …


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    ‏ בש רח ‎ 1
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    LetterT-S 10J12.24

    Letter in which a physician, probably named Abū l-Baqā', writes from somewhere outside of the capital to his son-in-law (?) Abū ʿImrān, probably in Fustat, …

    ‏ בש רח ‎ 1
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    LetterT-S 8J20.26

    Letter from Alexandria to Fustat. In Judaeo-Arabic. Fragment: Bottom half only. Dating: There are reports of men seized for forced labor to dig a ditch …

    ‏ גיר ואתק בדלך ואלבלד עלי קציה צעבה מן חפר אלכ[נד] ‎ 1
    ‏ בלד מגלק ואלצכרה ווגדת ימן הי אלדי וקע עליהא אלבאב וגרא…

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    LetterT-S 24.38

    Recto: Letter from an unknown busybody in Minyat Zifta to the Nagid Avraham (II?) in Fustat/Cairo. In Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic. The purpose of the letter …

    ‏ נוטה ]קו הפליל מסלפת ממלכת האל[וף ‎ 1
    ‏ מרי]מה דגל דת משה המבארת תלמוד רב ‎ 2
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    LetterT-S 8J40.8

    Letter from Yaʿaqov the physician (known as 'the effective'), in Shamṭūniyya, near Kūfa, Iraq, to his pupil and perhaps son-in-law Yūsuf, in Jūma Mazīdat (unidentified …


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    ‏ מברכו יעקב בן [ ] ‎ 1
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