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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.
Letter from Muhammad al-Salih to Ahmad Baba describing attack on Salih's slave. Verso bears seal with ""Ahmad Baba"" inscribed on it. Appears to be a confirmation of Salih's letter.
Granting freedom to a young female slave
Letter to a judge. Document is cropped. Reference to a slave owned by writer's sister. Verso contains an illustration.
Lines struck through over text. Appears to be record of giving of rice and other grains to a female slave named Linat Ghummu, owned by Ibrahim ibn Bint […] Verso contains a religious phrase.
Record of distribution of inheritance.
Status of sons and daughters of a female slave following her death. Distribution of her assets among her children
This image should be the beginning of the document. Record of evaluation and inventory of estate of the deceased, Muhammad ibn al-Shaykh, following an order issued by a local judge. Document also lists...
Four separate documents containing accounts of inventory and distribution of the estate of deceased whose names do not appear in the documents.
Record of freeing of slave by his master
1947 or 1948
Record of sending 2 servants from Muhammad al-Jubayri, to be accompanied by Muhammad wuld Ubayd.
Letter to Abu al-Abbas ibn Umar. Trading of rice. Quantities specified. Addressee's name on bottom right of verso.
Record of freeing of a slave by his mistress, whom she marries.
Addressee: Ahmad Baba ibn Sidab al-Abbas. Several subjects.
Letter. Appears to be a reply to a request for clemency, granting clemency to person in question. Verso contains the reply letter.
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