PER Inv. Ar. Pap. 94 - Fragment Of An Edict, 25-30 AH / 645-650 CE
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Assalamu ʿalaykum wa rahamatullahi wa barakatuhu:
25-30 AH / 645-50 CE.
PER Inv. Ar. Pap. 94.
Fragment of an edict, dated by Adolf Grohmann to 25-30 AH / 645-50 CE. Not much attention has been paid to this papyrus because of its fragmentary nature, very much like P. Berol. 15002.
Austrian National Museum, Vienna.
 A. Grohmann, Einführung Und Chrestomathie Zur Arabischen Papyruskunde, 1954, Československy Ústav Orientální v Praze, Monografie Archion Orientálního: Volume 13, Státní Pedagogické Nakladatelství: Praha, Plate XVII. The plate is reproduced in A. Grohmann, I Arabische Chronologie. II Arabische Papyruskunde, 1966, Handbuch Der Orientalistik, E. J. Brill: Leiden/Köln, Plate II:3. Here the dating is provided.
 B. Gruendler, The Development Of The Arabic Scripts: From The Nabatean Era To The First Islamic Century According To The Dated Texts, 1993, Harvard Semitic Series No. 43, Scholars Press: Atlanta (GA), p. 22.
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