<p style='text-align: justify;'>F. 2r: page from a Fusṭāṭ court notebook, regarding Mawhūba bat Joseph (known as Ibn Bikār), the widow of Joseph ha-Kohen b. Abraham and the betrothal of her daughter Sitt al-Dār bat Joseph to Solomon ha-Levi b. Joseph. Dated Kislev 1338 of the Seleucid Era (= 1027 CE). Below, also dated Ševaṭ 1338 of the Seleucid Era (= 1026 CE), Nathaniel b. Aaron (known as Ibn al-Qaṭā’if) acknowledges the guarantee of Mawhūba bat Joseph, widow of Joseph ha-Kohen b. Abraham, towards Solomon ha-Levi b. Joseph. F. 2v: legal document in which ʿEli b. Joseph ha-Kohen (known as Ibn al-Mazūq) and his wife Kulla bat Manṣūr (his cousin) release Jacob b. Mevasser in connection with an inheritance. Written and signed by Abraham b. Solomon Gaʾon and signed by Ephraim he-Ḥaver b. Šemarya. Dated Kislev 1338 of the Seleucid Era (= 1026 CE). F. 1r: short statement, dated Kislev 1338 of the Seleucid Era (= 1026 CE), signed by Yefet the cantor b. David and Ṣedaqa b. Jacob. Below is a further record related to the betrothal between Sitt al-Dār bat Joseph and Solomon ha-Levi b. Joseph in the documents on f. 2r, mentioning the bride’s brother [...] ha-Kohen b. Joseph. F. 1v: testimony regarding a transaction, signed by Yefet the cantor b. David. </p>
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