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Une requête (petition) au calife fatimide al-Ḥākim bi-amr Allāh (Rémondon 1, musée du Louvre)1

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 September 2017

Anne Regourd*
Affiliation:
University of Copenhagen, ERC “Islam in the Horn of Africa”

Abstract

The document Rémondon 1 (The Louvre) is, as yet, the only petition addressed explicitly to the Caliph al-Ḥākim bi-amr Allāh which is known to us. An edition and translation of its fragmentary text are presented, and its interest for papyrological, palaeographical and historical studies is explored.

Résumé

Le document Rémondon 1 (musée du Louvre) est la seule requête adressée de façon sûre au Calife al-Ḥākim bi-amr Allāh qui nous soit parvenue à ce jour. Une édition et une traduction du texte, fragmentaire, en sont proposées, et l'accent mis sur son intérêt triple, papyrologique, paléographique et historique.

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Footnotes

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Mes remerciements chaleureux vont à Yannick Lintz, Directrice du Département des arts de l'Islam, musée du Louvre, pour son précieux soutien.

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