Ketuba of Sultana and Moshe Benezra

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Title

Ketuba of Sultana and Moshe Benezra

Subject

Jewish marriage customs and rites

Description

Marriage contract of Sultana, daughter of Abraham Elia Ibn Ezra and Moshe, son of Rabbi Aaron Ibn Ezra. Dowry comprised of 10 Turkish liras cash money, and items of clothing, jewelry, and bed linen in the total value of 110 Turkish liras. Voluntary increment (tosefet): 40 Turkish liras. Total obligation: 160 Turkish liras (לירא"ס טורקאס).


Date

Sunday, March 13, 1898 [19th of Adar, 5658]

Contributor

Witnesses: Shemaria Jaén; Nissim S. Al[…?]. Signed by the groom Moshe ibn Ezra [Benezra].

Format

44½ x 63 cm

Language

Aramaic, Hebrew, and Ladino

Identifier

Courtesy of Rabbi Solomon Maimon
ST00104

Coverage

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Tekirdağ --Ottoman Empire--Turkey

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Citation

“Ketuba of Sultana and Moshe Benezra,” Exploring Sephardic Life Cycle Customs, accessed July 3, 2022, http://jewishstudies.washington.edu/omeka/items/show/62.