Simurg, Digitized Heritage Works of CSIC

Appoints CSIC Heritage works Collection digitized according to the Digitization Master Plan of CSIC.

The name comes from Persian mythology. Simurg is the name of the immortal bird that according to this mythology nests in the branches of the tree of knowledge.

The Simurg Collection has grown up under a body of theoretical and practical document that has set a uniform policy for the development of digitization projects. This politics has been fixed in CSIC Digitization Master Plan that includes all aspects to consider when managing digital projects: content workflow, resources, planning, organization process, tasks and so on.

Mainly the Simurg collection is built with digitized heritage works in public domain from the CSIC Libraries Network.
Testimonio sobre el reparto de parte de la herencia de Zahr al-Riyad, en el que consta cómo el sultán Muhammad IX el Zurdo dona a su hija Umm al-Fath la parte que le habría correspondido en esa herencia de la alquería de Sujayra (Zujaira)
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Documento de permuta entre Abu Ya´far Ahmad b. Muhammad al-Qirbilyani y Abu ´Abd Allah Muhammad b. Muhammad al-Hayy Faray
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Anotaciones informales y cuentas sobre pagos hechos para reparaciones en el muro y la cisterna de propiedades familiares
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Abu Ya´far Ahmad b. Sa´id b. Musa´id se compromete a pagar a Ahmad b. ´Ali b. Muhammad 20 dinares
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Documentos de compraventa
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Compraventa de unas propiedades, seguramente inmuebles, vendidas por 30 dinares de oro al cambio corriente
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Compraventa de una parcela en lugar desconocido
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Compraventa de una finca agrícola (faddan), que linda al este con la Acequia Gorda (Granada o Baza)
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