This Land Sale Contract takes place in the 24th of Muharram of 1341 Hijri (Lunar Year). The respective buyer, Mr. Mahrous Bseiso, purchases land from the Seller, Hussain bin Muharib Abu Nar, which he sells property of arable land that is located in Ar'arat to the east of Beersheba and which has the following borders: to the south lies Mount Hajez and the remainder of the land of Salameh bin Rwai’ay Al-Thullamy; to the east lies the land of Abduallah bin Bunayyan Al-Omari and the remainder of the road; to the north lies Numailat Al-Ma’ which is also known as Ar’Arat; and to the west the land is bordered by the land of Al-Furaijat Al-Qudairi. The purchased land has an area of One Hundred Fellahin Muqtha’ah. In exchange for the land Mr. Bseiso is to forward the 50 Palestinian Pounds directly to the seller. In this contract the seller is verifying that he intends to formalize this written contract in the appropriate government bodies, Beersheba Land Registry, to transfer title to land to Mr. Bseiso. Although the document does not state the transaction in Gregorian years, the year 1922 is apparent in the signature area of the witness. Many documents are either in lunar or Gregorian dates, demonstrating the diverse systems in the societies of Palestine.