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Slavery and manumission manuscripts of Timbuktu
Declaration that Fatimah bint Abd al-Rahman gave her slave as a gift to her daughter.
Declaration of freedom grated by a mistress to her female slave.
Declaration of freedom granted by Yaqub ibn al-Fa al-Amin to his slaves and their daughters, and that their affairs are to be dealt with by the son of the owner.
Declaration of distribution of alms tax during Eid al-Fitr
Zakat; Id al-Fitr; Mali.
Declaration of a list of slaves with their individual values as part of inheritance left for the son of Ibrahim ibn al-Fa, with confirmation of receipt.
Inheritance; Slaves; Africa; sources and documents
Creator left for his sister full ownership of male slave and 2/3 ownership of a cow to her uncle, the remaining 1/3 going to his mother.
Confirmation that Ammar ibn Sayyid Ali issued a third of his assets to his son Ahmad, and that he gave his daughter 2 female slaves.
Charges against someone who assaulted a slave and sold her. The claim is for 15 sabuns. Top right stamp impression showing word ""wuld"" (son/sons of)
Legal claims; Assault
Change of appraisal of value of slave from 22 to 30 gold weights due to her giving birth to a child.
Bargaining over a female slave between Qayid ibn Bab Sayyid and his sister Ya bint Baba Sayyid.
Appears to be continuation of another page. Document details account of items given to sons of certain individuals.
Appears to be a letter regarding value given in exchange for slaves and cattle.
Addressee: Ahmad Baba ibn Sidab al-Abbas. Several subjects.
Account of two slaves appropriated illegaly.
Ownership of slaves
Account of the events revolving around the sale of a female slave
Account of shares in an inheritance issued to a few individuals. Document appears to be part of a larger document.
Account of miscellaneous trading activities including slave trading, leather, gum Arabic, and other items. Trade conducted in gold and wad'ahs. Includes a summary of the document in modern Arabic.
Account of inventory and distribution of the estate of the deceased whose name does not appear on the document.
Account of inventory and distribution of the estate of the deceased, Nuh Sahib al-Shaykh.
Account of inventory and distribution of the personal property of the deceased, Ammar wuld al-Bashar.
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