Lewis-Gibson : Letter

Lewis-Gibson

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Recto: letter to the judge Moses, head of the judges, written by a man in distress, referring to previous correspondence and asking for a quick reply. Verso: continuation of the letter and accounts, mentioning names such as Abū Ṣāʿid, Jacob al-Kohen, and Abū l-ʿAzz b. Salāma. Ca. 12th century.</p>

 


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