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Addenda to Ciap II

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This chapter illustrates Caesarea No. 1a. This is the first inscription from Caesarea where the name of the city is mentioned. The chapter explains the lines of the inscriptions which mentions explicitly that the deceased woman was a native of Mawsil and that she died in Caesarea is not accidental. It means to say that the woman died in ghurbahaway from home Basmalah. Then the chapter talks about Ishaq bin Kundaj and his geneology as they are mentioned in the inscriptions. The date of the inscription corresponds to the last decade of the Tulunid reign in Egypt and Syria.

Keywords: Caesarea No. 1a; CIAP II; Ishaq bin Kundaj; Tulunid reign



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