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    Paraliterary textT-S 10J17.27

    Medical prescription with the order of what to do after the medicine has worked: sweet rose water, cold water, and a boiled chicken. (information from …

    ‏ זהר כ . מי . כאבלי והנדי ולסאן תור ‎ 1
    ‏ מן כל ואחד ‎ 2
    ‏ מתקאל ‎ 3
    ‏ תרבד ו . . סוס מקל(!)…

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    Paraliterary textT-S 8J29.4

    Medical prescription in Judaeo-Arabic. Ingredients include: probably 2 oz. grainy concentrated lemon syrup (sharāb laymūn murammal), 1/2 oz. sugar candy (sukkar nabāt), something weighing 3 …

    ‏ ב]אללה אלתופיק ‎ 1
    ‏ שראב לימון מרמל שתוי אוקיה [ ‎ 2
    ‏ וילקא פיה סכר נבאת נצף אוק[יה ‎ 3
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    Paraliterary textT-S 8J15.20

    Prescription for pills against coughing; ingredients include red gum tragacanth, almond resin, licorice robe, and “bottled gourd seeds and quince mucilage, of each one mithqal.” …

    ‏ נסכה דוא לשעל נאפע אנשא אללה ‎ 1
    ‏ כתירה ביצא וחמרא וצמג׳ ערבי וצמג׳ לוז ‎ 2
    ‏ ורב סוס ונשא קלב אביץ ולב קתא מקשור ‎ 3
    ‏ ולב יקטין ול…

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    Paraliterary textMoss. IV,56.2

    Recto: Prescription or medical recipe, probably. In Judaeo-Arabic. Verso: Accounts in Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic script.

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    Paraliterary textJRL SERIES B 5664

    Medical prescription, for menstruation. It recommends a three-day course of powdered substances, to be taken in admixture with wine. The materia medica are equal parts …

    ‏ ללנדה ‎ 1
    ‏ נצף דרהם כחל אסוד ‎ 2
    ‏ ומן דואראת אלקצב ‎ 3
    ‏ אליאבס והוא אלאכץ ‎ 4
    ‏ ומן חבה אלקצח וידק נאעם…

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    Paraliterary textJRL SERIES B 5664

    A partially preserved medical prescription that mentions burnt goat-horn, eggplant, and a cup of wine. The recto (B 5664-1), in the same hand, bears a …

    ‏ יוכד קרן מאעז מחרוק [.. ‎ 1
    ‏ קאטר מתקאל ונצף ובאדנגאן [. ‎ 2
    ‏ קדח כמר ותשרבה והי מתק[אל ‎ 3

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    Paraliterary textT-S AS 152.3

    Note containing medical advice, with recipes to improve vision, treat sciatica and painful joints, act as a purgative; and protect against the cold, humidity and …

    ‏ ב[ ‎ 1
    ‏ ודאר צינ[י וכ]ולנגאן מ[ן] כל וחיד א זו ומסך . [ ‎ 2
    ‏ יארג אלביקרה ד ז…

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    Paraliterary textT-S 12.307

    Medical prescription in Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Probably 12th or 13th century based on handwriting. Partial transcription on Goitein's index card. On recto there is a poem …

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    Paraliterary textENA 2808.14

    Medical prescription in Arabic script. Some phrases: 'manzūʿ al-ʿajam' (l-4), 'muṣaffā ʿalā'' (l-5), and fī niṣf mithqāl' (l-6). Diet: chicken. Verso is blank.

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.53.33

    Culinary or medical recipe. In Arabic script, Kūfī, seven lines. On parchment. Dating: "Particularly old" per Goitein; likely 10th century or earlier. This was probably …

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    Paraliterary textJRL SERIES A 118

    Probably medical prescriptions in Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic, listing materia medica and quantities and containing phrases like "min kull wāḥid."

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    Paraliterary textT-S AS 166.244

    Medical prescription in Judaeo-Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textAIU V.A.65

    Recto: The colophon to a copy of a certain Sharḥ attributed to Samuel Ibn Tibbon (d.1232). Verso: A brief medical prescription.

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    Paraliterary textBodl. MS heb. d 76/64

    Medical prescriptions in Judaeo-Arabic, or perhaps drafts for a medical treatise. The text on recto contains many words crossed out and many corrections. The main …

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.30.305

    Medical prescription in Judaeo-Arabic. There is a primary text on recto with a basmala and a 'nāfiʿ inshallāh' in Arabic script. Verso contains multiple additional …

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.30.99

    Three of the four pages: accounts in Judaeo-Arabic. The fourth page: a recipe in Arabic, involving a roasted onion, an Indian fig, and . . …

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    Paraliterary textT-S NS J225

    Medical prescription in Judaeo-Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textAIU VII.F.7

    Recto: Medical prescriptions in Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic. Verso: Arabic script, perhaps accounts, perhaps connected to recto.

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    LetterAIU VII.E.41

    Recto: Fragment (upper right corner) of a Judaeo-Arabic letter to Abū l-Barakāt regarding a fatwā and the nagid Av[raham]. Verso: Three lines of neat Arabic …

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.35.158

    Prescription in Judaeo-Arabic. Two words in Arabic script underneath: yustaʿmal...

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    Paraliterary textJRL Gaster ar. 47

    Medical prescription. In Arabic script. 1 mithqāl of hiera picra; the same of anise; fennel (rāziyānaj); and the rest is more difficult to decipher. Ends …

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    Paraliterary textJRL Gaster ar. 115

    Medical prescription. In Arabic script. Involves lavender and licorice and a few other ingredients. The diet should be cooked pullet (farrūj maṣlūq/maslūq).

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    Paraliterary textJRL Gaster ar. 330

    Medical prescription(s). In Arabic script. Numerous ingredients. On verso there are notes in Judaeo-Arabic and in Arabic script, apparently an additional recipe/prescription. The Judaeo-Arabic reads: …

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    Paraliterary textDK 312

    Medical prescription or recipe. In Arabic script. The first item is hiera picra (ايارج فيقرا). Also uses pulp of colocynth (shaḥm ḥanẓal). There are 3 …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 45.23

    Prescription in Judaeo-Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.51.53

    Verso: Medical prescription or recipe in Arabic script. Quantities of the ingredients are written out both in words and in Greek/Coptic numerals. (Information from FGP …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 77.76

    Medical (or magical?) prescription. Late. In Judaeo-Arabic. "To release the 'bound' (al-marbūṭ)."

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    Paraliterary textT-S 8K22.13

    Verso: Medical recipe or prescription in Arabic script. Underneath, in Judaeo-Arabic, there are mnemonics for calculating the dates of new moons and holidays given in …

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    LetterT-S 10J12.13

    Medical prescription mentioning lemon, sugar, almonds, rose, lily, chicory, licorice, coriander.

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    Paraliterary textT-S NS 305.75

    Recipe in Arabic script. Likely a medical prescription.

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    LetterT-S 16.291

    Letter by Meir b. al-Hamadani to Maimonides, asking him to accept his son as his assistant for the study of medicine. He stresses that he …

    ‏ צעיר עבדי אדוני ‎ 1
    ‏ מאיר בן אלחמדאני ‎ 2
    ‏ וענו…

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    Paraliterary textT-S 12.33

    Prescription for a medical treatment containing eighteen ingredients (including myrobalan, red raisins and borage), and ending with the usual expressions of piety. (Information from Mediterranean …

    ‏ יוכד עלי ברכה אללה תעאלי ‎ 1
    ‏ אהלילג כאבלי מנזוע מרצוץ ז דרה אהלילג הנדי ‎ 2
    ‏ מרצוץ ולסאן תור שאמ…

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    LetterT-S 10J14.24

    Letter from a physician to a Kohen expressing thanks for condolences. At the end he writes a prescription for the growing of hair on skin …

    ‏ בשמ רחמ ‎ 1
    ‏ כאן קד תקדם כתאב חצרה מולאי אלכהן אלגליל ‎ 2
    ‏ …

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    Paraliterary textCUL Or.1081 J39

    Prescription in Judaeo-Arabic for Abū Yaḥyā, including instructions for both medicine and diet. The name of the recipient at the beginning and the phrase "effective …

    ‏ אלשיך אבו יחי ‎ 1
    ‏ יוכד אהלילג כאבלי דרה תרבד וגאריקון ויארג פיקרא …

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    Paraliterary textBL OR 5566D.25

    Medical prescription. In Arabic script. Ingredients include: "Indian"; borage; pistachio kernels; sugar. Diet: boiled young chickens (farrūj maṣlūq).

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    Paraliterary textENA 3955.4

    Prescription or recipe. In Arabic script. The first words read, "gum arabic and tragacanth and dragons' blood" (ṣamgh ʿarabī wa-kathīrā' wa-dam akhawayn).

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    Paraliterary textENA 3955.7

    Medical prescription. In Arabic script.

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    Paraliterary textENA 3982.10

    Medical prescription or recipe in Arabic script. Possibly sharāb rummān, a pomegranate syrup. The penultimate line reads, "The whole body should be anointed with the …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 48.24

    Medical prescription in Judaeo-Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.30.65

    Medical prescription in difficult Arabic script. Information from Goitein's note card.

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    Paraliterary textT-S 6J2.18

    Medical recipe (צפה מגלי).

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    Paraliterary textENA 3910.4

    Medical prescription. In Arabic script. With numerous ingredients and instructions. Some ingredients include tamarind (tamr hindī), seeds of chicory (bizr hindibāʾ), chebulic myrobalan (ʾihlīlaj kābulī), …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 38.8

    Medical prescription. In Arabic script. Reused for accounts in Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Likely 11th century.

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.38.50

    Prescription or recipe in Judaeo-Arabic. Likely medical or culinary (wa-yustaʿmal al-... bi-ṭabīkh al-ḥummuṣ(?)... wa-l-ʿaṣāfir...). Mentions honey, cloves, milk. On recto there is a document in …

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    Paraliterary textMoss. IV,374.1

    Original text: Hebrew piyyutim, probably mid-12th-century based on handwriting (compare to Moss. Ia,6). Later text: A prescription in Arabic script.

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    Literary textAIU VIII.B.33 + AIU VIII.B.15 + T-S Ar.43.142 + T-S Ar.43.191

    4 bifolia from a Judaeo-Arabic medical treatise.

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    Paraliterary textAIU XII.22

    Medical prescription in Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textAIU XII.35

    Probably a medical prescription in Arabic, mentioning hiera picra (a cathartic powder made of aloes and canella bark) and ghārīqūn (agaric).

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    Paraliterary textAIU XII.81

    Recto: Medical prescription in Arabic (or a page from a medical treatise). Verso: A statement in Arabic signed by Hiba b. Mufaḍḍal al-Mutaṭabbib and dated …

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    Paraliterary textAIU XII.112

    Recipes in Arabic, purpose unclear. One of them is attributed to al-Rāzī and al-Zahrāwī.

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