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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.43.200

    Recipes for effecting desired results with Psalms (shimmush tehillim).

    1. בשם אל עולם שימוש תהילים
    2. אשרי האיש יוכתב גמיע אלמזמור
    3. עלי כזפה וידפן פי ברג חמאם
    4. ינפע למרה תסקט באדן אללה
    5. למה רגשו גויים
    6. יוכתב ויועלק עלי מן יצלי בה…

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 59.20

    Recto: Recipe in Judaeo-Arabic that begins with taking a new white jug and perforating it. Verso: One line in Judaeo-Arabic, perhaps from an account: 3/4 …

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    Paraliterary textT-S 12.313

    Recipe of some kind, very faded. Legible phrases include "al-zūfā wa-l-sunbul"—the hyssop and the spikenard (? Would depend on the next word, now missing); "lubb …

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    Paraliterary textT-S AS 204.123

    Recipe or prescription. In Judaeo-Arabic. Includes saffron.

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    Paraliterary textBL OR 10485.18

    Recipe against worms. In Hebrew. Late. Written in the margin of a literary text (commentary on Exodus).

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    Paraliterary textHalper 455

    Recipe for a beverage(?) in Judaeo-Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.35.190

    Recipes in Judaeo-Arabic. 3 bifolia. Alchemy? Amulets? Paper-making?

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    Paraliterary textT-S 6J2.18

    Medical recipe (צפה מגלי).

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    Paraliterary textENA 2643.14

    Recipes in Arabic script, probably medical (one is headed "for urinary retention"). Dating: Late, based on the hand and the paper. There follows a very …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 52.14

    Recipes in Judaeo-Arabic. Probably alchemical, but possibly medical. Magnesia (מגניסיא) is mentioned. This is not a legal document related to business, as it is listed …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 52.30

    Medical prescriptions against bleeding, [urin]ary incontinence, melancholia, arthritis, infertility. . . . and for sleeping with whomever one wants to (all it takes is a …

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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 textCUL Or.1081 1.27

    Instructions for some sort of magical procedure. "Take seven pebbles, throw one in each of the four cardinal directions, and three will remain with you. …

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    Paraliterary textBL OR 10112.B.15

    Recto: Medical recipes. In Judaeo-Arabic. The first includes ingredients such as Indian salt, anise, and chicory water. The second (for headaches and for excessive moisture …

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    Paraliterary textJRL Gaster ar. 273

    Recipe or prescription in Arabic script.

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    Paraliterary textCUL Or.1081 1.78

    Several alchemical recipes written at all angles to each other.

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.50.213

    Recipe, alchemical. (Information in part from Goitein's index card)

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 48.23

    Recipe in Judaeo-Arabic involving iron, sal ammoniac, cotton, silver, and other items. Alchemical?

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    Paraliterary textMoss. IV,40.2 + T-S Ar.35.78

    Main text: Literary work in Arabic script, mentioning Aristotle and the third clime. Margins: Recipe in Judaeo-Arabic. Join (noncontinuous) by Alan Elbaum.

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    Paraliterary textT-S K25.72

    Recipe (nuskha murakkab) in Judaeo-Arabic. Dating: Perhaps 12th century. Probably for ink, based on the ingredients and instructions and the phrase "ilā an yasīr fī …

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    Paraliterary textJRL SERIES B 4073

    Recipe(s) in Judaeo-Arabic. Uses coriander; caraway; cinnamon; mastic; saffron; zaʿtar; cumin; anise; sesame; hemp/cannabis (qanb); raisins; cloves; and walnuts(?).

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    Literary textJRL SERIES A 602 + JRL SERIES B 4485

    One side: A prayer in Hebrew (each phrase begins תתברך) in the hand of Nāṣir al-Adīb al-ʿIbrī. The other side: Judaeo-Arabic poetry, also in Nāṣir's …

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.38.110

    Verso: Compound prescription/recipe (ṣifa murakkab). In Arabic script. Contains the glyph. Ingredients include oak gall, gum, vitriol, Andarānī salt, lapis lazuli, saffron, and camphor. Needs …

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    Paraliterary textYevr.-Arab. I 1700.22

    Entry in court notebook (#54). Prescription. Recipe for preparation of an ointment consisting of powdered litharge (martak masḥūq); calf suet (shaḥm kulā ʿijl); aged, fine …

    [[יוכד שחם אלכלי]]

    1. מרהם גבלי [מרהם כלי? מרהם נכלי?]
    2. מרתק מסחוק נאעם ושחם כלי //עגל//
    3. מסלי וזית טייב עתיק מן כל
    4. ואחד גזו באלקטאר מח/רו/ק
    5. וזן רבע אלמר…

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    Literary textENA 3944.9

    Medical recipe in a beautiful hand, from a literary text. Mentions antidote (tiryāq) and wheat flour (daqīq al-ḥinṭa).

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    LetterT-S AS 152.86 + T-S AS 152.168

    Letter in the hand of Maimonides, with a medical recipe consisting of (iron) water, lentisk and spikenard, and a mysterious mention of a huge number …

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    Paraliterary textT-S Ar.30.16

    Recto: Judaeo-Arabic recipe involving starch (nashā'; not "starch of Isaac" but yuṣḥaq = let it be crushed), and some jottings in Arabic script including Coptic …

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    Paraliterary textAIU XII.35

    Probably a medical prescription or a recipe in Arabic, mentioning hiera picra (a cathartic powder made of aloes and canella bark), chebulic myrobalan (iḥlīj Kābulī), …

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    Paraliterary textT-S AS 204.121

    Recipes (alchemical?) mainly in Hebrew with many Romance words mixed in (mercury, sal natri). Late.

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    Paraliterary textHalper 452

    Prescriptions or recipes in Judaeo-Arabic and Aramaic. "Instructions, mostly in Judeo-Arabic for preparations of different remedies. In the margin of the recto are instructions for …

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    Paraliterary textT-S K25.210

    Medical recipes for dental hygiene. Medical text regarding the importation and trade of miswāk sticks to be used as toothbrushes, of honey, ginger, pepper, zatar …

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    Paraliterary textT-S AS 145.290

    Recipe for a certain kind of wine ("al-nabīdh al-mudabbir"). On verso there are calendrical calculations mentioning Tishrei 1423 Seleucid, which is 1111 CE.

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    Literary textENA 3932.8

    Recipe or instructions in Arabic script. Likely alchemical. Mentions lead (three lines from the bottom) and "it becomes elixir" (iksīr) in the next line. On …

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    Paraliterary textENA NS 36.17

    Palimpsest. The earlier text is extremely faded; it is in Judaeo-Arabic and at least partially deals with recipes or prescriptions. The later text is also …

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    Paraliterary textT-S NS 338.78

    Summary of the extraction and medicinal uses of myrrh gum (from "a type of tree in Yemen"). In Judaeo-Arabic.

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    Paraliterary textENA 2808.22

    Recto: The first part is a description of a plant (ḥashīsha) that is effective against toothache. Its branches and leaves are like those of the …

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