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Letter 59 (Disputation with the Caliph al-Mahdī); incipit of oldest manuscript: Tub dilēh kad dīlēh d-mār Ṭīmātēʾōs qāṭōlīqā drāshā da-ʿbad lwāt Mahdī ʾamīrā da-mhaymānē b-sharbā d-haymānūtā da-kresṭyānūtā ba-znā d-shūʾālā wa-dpūnāy petgāmā