Recording debts in Sufyānid Fusṭāṭ: a reexamination of the procedures and calendar in use in the first/seventh century 1

@article{Tillier2019RecordingDI,
  title={Recording debts in Sufyānid Fusṭāṭ: a reexamination of the procedures and calendar in use in the first/seventh century 1},
  author={Mathieu Tillier and Na{\"i}m Vanthieghem},
  journal={Geneses},
  year={2019}
}
: The phrase s.n.t. qaḍāʾ al-muʾminīn , used in several seventh-century Arabic papyri, has been subject to varying interpretations for several years. Yūsuf Rāġib considers it as an “era ( sanat ) of the believers’ jurisdiction,” while Jelle Bruning interprets it as a “legal sunna.” This chapter uses new papyrological data to reexamine these competing explanations. This expression appears so far only in documents relating to debts, some of which were subject to institutional registration in Fus… 
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