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Slavery and manumission manuscripts of Timbuktu
Distribution of the inheritance of Muhammad al-Mudan among his family, including his two wives, sons, daughters, nephews, brothers. A detailed account of the shares of the estate and the recipients' names....
Document certifying settlement of disagreement between husband and wife, resulting in waiver by husband of the bond of marriage.
Dissolution of marriage
Document is cropped. Visible section showing exchange of property items: camel, cow and male slave following death of a person.
Donation of a dwelling (roofed passageway)
1773 or 1774
Evaluation of estate of a deceased person and its distribution among the inheritors.
Evaluation of estate of the deceased Abu Uthman and distribution of the inheritance among his inheritors.
1901 or 1902
Evaluation of estate of the deceased Ahmad ibn al-Qaid and distribution of the inheritance among his inheritors.
Exchange of correspondence between the writer and Muhammad ibn Sayyid al-Mukhtar regarding a financial dispute. Verso contains a reply that dispute has been resolved.
Exchange of money, rice, and semi-precious stones between a master and his female slave.
Slave's relations to master
Four separate documents containing accounts of inventory and distribution of the estate of deceased whose names do not appear in the documents.
Fragment. Visible part lists names of inheritors of the estate of a deceased man.
Freeing of a female slave by owners Imbarak ibn Farrraj and his wife.
Freeing of the daughter of a slave. Verso contains the scribe's fee.
1725 or 1726
Granting freedom to a young female slave
Instructions issued by slaveowner that his female slave should be set free after his death, and that she should not be considered as part of his estate.
Inventory and evaluation of estate following death of Mulay Bab Sharaf ibn al-Fulami …
Inventory and evaluation of the belongings of a deceased woman, Lul Kulthum bin Abd al-Malik.
Judgment in a dispute between a man and a woman over a female slave, granting the man's share to the woman.
Property dispute; distribution
Legible whole words: line 1 refers to the name, Ahmad, ruler of [..] -- line 2 […] Allah willing.
Letter complaining about addressee's slave and what he did to her servant. Addressee: Yakamit bint Araf. Verso contains an address.
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