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 Mukhtaṣar kalām Sibilla l-ḥakīma l-ṭāhira ibnat Hūfalīs (= Harqalīs) raʾs ḥunafāʾ Afasus bi-l-Iskandariyya, wa-huwa taʿbīruhā manāmāt kahana bi-madīnat Rūmiyya allatī raʾawhā fīhā, wa-ʿadaduhum miʾat kāhin
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An abridged account of the words of Sibilla, the wise, the pure, daughter of Heraclius, head of the pagans of Ephesus, in Alexandria, being her interpretation of the dreams of certain priests in the city of Rome which they saw there, and the priests numbered one hundredThe Copto-Arabic Sibylline prophecy; The Arabic Sibylline prophecy, version V; The Oriental Sibylline prophecy Arab. V; Sib. Or. Arab. V

The Copto-Arabic Sibylline prophecy

Date: Probably late 11th century

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van Lent, Jos, “ Mukhtaṣar kalām Sibilla l-ḥakīma l-ṭāhira ibnat Hūfalīs (= Harqalīs) raʾs ḥunafāʾ Afasus bi-l-Iskandariyya, wa-huwa taʿbīruhā manāmāt kahana bi-madīnat Rūmiyya allatī raʾawhā fīhā, wa-ʿadaduhum miʾat kāhin”, in: Christian-Muslim Relations 600 - 1500, General Editor David Thomas. Consulted online on 18 October 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1877-8054_cmri_COM_25010>
First published online: 2010



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