Judeo-Arabic, Aramaic, and Hebrew. Hebrew Oriental semi-cursive.
A court document in Judeo-Arabic and legal Aramaic, under the authority of the Nagid ʻAmram, whose titles and epithets fill the first nine lines (mostly in Hebrew). See Simḥa Assaf, Tsiyon VI (1941), p. 113-115. Muafaḳ ben Musa, his half-sister Shams Ubaid the wife of Shabbetai the Sicilian, and her mother Sutaita, acquit Tsarafa, the widow of Jacob from an obligation to them, which probably arose from a case of inheritance. Signed in autograph by [...] ben Abraham ha-kohen, Moses ben Jacob ha-Levi. Forms part of: Cairo Genizah Collection.
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library). Cairo Genizah Collection (Dropsie College. Library). Sulzberger.