Genizah MS T-S AS 152.103
On both sides, there is an (older) text in the main body of the page in faint script, while there is another text in the margins written in a different ink around it. In the middle of recto there is a drawing of a man, chained to a yoke or possibly a cross, although the legs are apart as if he is walking. The older text seems to be literary, possibly a Judaeo-Arabic paraphrase of Esther, and mentions a king and Haman. The text around is written in the first person.