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English: The Book of Deuteronomy, Debarim. Hebrew with translation in Judeo-Arabic, transcribed in Hebrew letters. From Livorno, Italy, 1894 CE. Moroccan Jewish Museum, Casablanca, Morocco. The Museum's description in French: Deutèronome - Debarim. Hèbreu avec traduction en judèo-arabe transcrite en letters hèbraiques. Livourne, 1898.
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