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Full Access Arabic documents from the Cairo Geniza in the David Kaufmann Collection in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences—Budapest 1

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Arabic documents from the Cairo Geniza in the David Kaufmann Collection in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences—Budapest 1

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Abstract This article gives an overview of the David Kaufmann Geniza (DKG)/Cairo collection of Arabic documents conserved at the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest. Almost entirely unpublished and unexploited, they are the subject of a catalogue raisonné in preparation by the author. Appendix 1 provides a complete list of the DKG documents that are in Arabic or somehow bear Arabic. In Appendix 2 one item of the collection, the text of a folio of the Kitāb al-fityān, a lost book by al-Jāḥiẓ, is published with two plates.

Affiliations: 1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Social Anthropology, Vienna Associate CNRS, UMR 7192 anne.regourd@oeaw.ac.at

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Abstract This article gives an overview of the David Kaufmann Geniza (DKG)/Cairo collection of Arabic documents conserved at the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest. Almost entirely unpublished and unexploited, they are the subject of a catalogue raisonné in preparation by the author. Appendix 1 provides a complete list of the DKG documents that are in Arabic or somehow bear Arabic. In Appendix 2 one item of the collection, the text of a folio of the Kitāb al-fityān, a lost book by al-Jāḥiẓ, is published with two plates.

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