Below we find a collection of all the collected Aujila texts in existence, transcribed and glossed by myself. These texts are taken from Paradisi (1960)1 and are numbered according to his publication.
I would like to thank Lameen Souag, Adam Benkato and Slavomír Čéplö for all the comments and making my translation and glossing much better than it would have been without them.
- Stick together and God will help you!
- Sîdi Ḥámed ĕz-Zarrûq
- Waiting for the Police
- Buying your own donkey, and losing your Bracelet.
- 999 Pounds
- Come up with me
- I demand a refund for this man!
- Count it!
- Swimming with your clothes on
- Žḥâ will show you the way!
- Greet yourself when you see yourself in the street
- Don't burden the poor donkey
- They boy in the red shirt
- Baldness = Half-Price
- Abu-Dabar and the Ogre Part I. Part II. Part III
1Umberto paradisi. Testi berberi di Augila (Cirenaica). Annali. Nuova Serie. Vol X. 1960