<p style='text-align: justify;'>Ketubba in the handwriting of ʿAmram ha-Kohen b. Aaron, for Solomon (groom; the bride’s name has been lost), mentioning Turfa (the bride’s mother) and Obadiah b. Ḥalfon (probably the bride’s father). The dowry includes one third of a new house on the condition that it would become her property only after her mother’s death. The trousseau list includes šunūf (either earrings or nose-rings) from Tyre. Signed by Nathan b. Elisha and Ṣedaqa b. Isaac. Dated ca. 1080 CE, probably from Tyre.</p>
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