“I, the undersigned, ‘Ubayd (son of) Hammad al-Jlaidan from the tribe of Shammar, testify by God Most High, a testimony free of any self-interest, that the chestnut mare with a star on her forehead, and two stockings on her hind legs, twelve years old on this date, is a Kuhaylat al-’Ajuz from our horses.
Her sire is a Ma’naghi Hadraji, the black horse of Dahir al-’Ufaytan. The sire of her sire is a Hamdani Ibn Ghurab. The sire of her dam is a Kuhaylan al-’Ajuz from the same marbat (as the mare): Ibn Jlaidan. And God bears witness to what we say.
Witness: ‘Ubayd (son of) Hammad al-Jlaidan [signature]
Witness: ‘Abdallah (son of) Hammad al-Jlaidan [signature]
Witness: Adham Khalifah al-Bahr [fingerprint]”
[End of Translation]
Edouard’s Comment: What is special about this hujjah is that its author (and hence the owner of the mare) is also the owner of the marbat: you can’t beat that. Just imagine, in this day and age, Ibn Rodan signing the certificate of a Kuhaylah Rodaniyah…