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In addition, he claimed that it was from the West83that he had gotten 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. this plan. / God forbid that such right-minded people should give this kind of advice. / Now it has turned into slander. / Our lord the Nagid now knows the ins and outs / of the whole matter from the letters of our lord the Gaon-(may the) Merci(ful) gua(rd him)-(and) from our inscribed words explaining how distressed we are. " " For a number of reasons it all depends on him,""for with the Almighty's help he has it within his power to protest in all directions, by writing first to the communities of Is(rael), instructing them to uphold the well-known law and the fixed custom, as our tea(chers) of bl(essed) mem(ory) taught: 82.
Solomon's own eventual recognition of Daniel b. cAzarya, mentioned above, certainly vindicated these mildly subversive wishes. e * * * * * * MARKR. COHEN 21 THE LETTERS A A Letter to the Nagid of Qayrawan Concerning the Conflict between Solomon b. Judah and Nathan b. Abraham (ENA 3765, fol. 10v plus TS 18 J 4, fol. 58 ENA 3765, fol. [ T5'1mll•n D•. n u 63 i'3ri• i~V Y1L r9r5nl i, 'K K1' ~~ 1Lt ;rn VKl ,• 59,"[ . ll nl:)•lt• "n' 3 ] l:))'t-• :a'li "113"• "• :a rlil l)t ] Yb. Th P'~rnrnzt~22 K'Y1m rnrnbV1 58.
Sharaf al-Dawla ("Nobility of the Dynasty") was the honorific title (laqab) bestowed upon the Zirid amir al-Mucizz b. , I, 149. , p. kimn's In our letter (ca. 1039), al-Mucizz is referred to by his primary title, which is followed by another attribute,T~j al-Milla ("Crown of the Community"), chosen, Professor Goitein suggests to me, in order to meet the requirements of rhymed-proseepistolary style. Compound titles, formed with the word taij ("crown") were common in the eleventh and twelfth centuries; cf.
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