<p style='text-align: justify;'>Recto: main text in Hebrew on the dates of the New Moon, mentioning the year 4827 which is the Seleucid year 1378 (= 1066-1067 CE). The second text written vertically in Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew is on dates of the New Moon. The third text is written in Arabic with Hebrew words presumably on the Year of Remittance, mentioning Friday Elul 29 and the fourth šemiṭa (Elul 29 is the day of remittance of debts). Verso: first line in Arabic script, with the main text in Hebrew on calendrical matters (different hand to recto). The second text in Hebrew (the same script as recto) is calendrical. The third text (written vertically in Judaeo-Arabic) calculates dates. </p>
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