<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter, mostly in rhymed prose, c. 1030 CE, written by Joseph ha-Kohen he-Ḥaver b. Solomon, Roš ha-Yešiva, in Jerusalem or Ramla, to Jacob he-Ḥaver b. Isaac Av Bet Din, the Jewish chief justice of Aleppo. The writer informs the recipient that, after a seven month search, ʿAṭiyya ha-Levi b. Judah, had been located and had given to Joseph ha-Kohen b. Jacob a bill of divorce to be delivered to his wife Jamīla bat Ṣadaqa, who resides in Aleppo. Both this letter and the confirmation that the divorce document is on its way are carried by Joseph b. Ḥusayn al-Musqī. </p>
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