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Late Judaeo-Arabic Correspondence of Ottoman Traders - Dr E.-M. Wagner

Whereas the social and economic life of Jews under the Fatimid and Ayyubid empires (10th to 13th c.) has been the subject of numerous books and articles, relatively little attention has been paid to the late Mamluk and Ottoman periods. This has also led to a lack of research on documentary Late Judaeo-Arabic, the most important mode of communication for the widespread network of the Jewish traders. 

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