FARAJALLAH AL-AKHMIMI (first half of 14th c.)
A Canonist. Farajallah is the compiler of a nomocanon preserved in a single manuscript (Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, arabe 250), dated to 1357. It consists of a first part (on strictly ecclesial matters) in 26 chapters and a second part (of a more secular nature) in 50 chapters.
For the most part, the work closely follows The Book of Spiritual Medicine attributed to Mikha’il, Bishop of Atrib and Malij, with some materials taken from other sources, notably the nomocanon of al-Safi ibn al-‘Assal.