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Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

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Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

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Published by Published for Cambridge University Library by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Talmud -- Manuscripts.,
  • Hebrew language, Talmudic -- Vocalization.,
  • Aramaic language -- Vocalization.,
  • Manuscripts, Hebrew -- England -- Cambridge -- Catalogs.,
  • Manuscripts, Aramaic -- England -- Cambridge -- Catalogs.,
  • Cairo Genizah -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Shelomo Morag.
    SeriesCambridge University Library -- 4
    ContributionsMorag, Shelomo, 1926-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii,56p.,8p. of plates :
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22613480M
    ISBN 10052126863X


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Hebrew Bible Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volumes 3 & 4. Taylor-Schechter Additional Series andwith addenda to previous volumes by M. Davis. Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volume 1. Taylor-Schechter Old Series, by Shelomo Morag.

Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections. Taylor-Schechter Old Series by Shelomo Morag,pp. xii + 56 + 10 plates.

Published Material from the Cambridge Genizah Collections: a Bibliography – by S Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections. book Reif,pp. xv + e. Karaite Bible Manuscripts from the Cairo Genizah Geoffrey Khan, by.

The Collection was discovered by Solomon Schechter, the Reader in Talmudic and Rabbinic literature at Cambridge, in Schechter was shown some leaves of a hitherto unknown Hebrew manuscript of the book of Ben Sira (Ecclesiasticus) by the lady adventurers Mrs Agnes Lewis and Mrs Margaret Gibson who had recently purchased them in Egypt.

This is a four-year project investigating all the Bible manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collection that are vocalised with the Palestinian vocalisation system (Niqqud Ereṣ-Yisraʾeli). The project will produce a new typology of text types for the Bibles vocalised with this enigmatic system and add detailed descriptions of all relevant.

Over the years, members of the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit produced catalogues of the Cairo Genizah collections. These catalogues, the first of which was published incontained descriptions of shelfmarks relating to a particular subject such as Hebrew Bible manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections, Palestinian vocalised Piyyut manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections.

Search the collection. Thanks to generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, over documentary Genizah manuscripts (e.g. letters and legal documents) have been associated with key terms - such as ‘cheese’, ‘pirates’, or ‘ gambling’ - as well as names, Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

book and places drawn from over years of published scholarship on the Collection. For over five hundred years Cambridge University has been building up one of the world’s most important collections of Hebrew manuscripts.

The University Library holds significant numbers of Bibles and biblical and talmudic commentaries, along with important halakhic, liturgical, poetic, philosophical, kabbalistic and scientific manuscripts. This Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

book contains descriptions - including, in many cases, precise identifications - of approximately 6, manuscript fragments Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

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Professor Morag's Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections, published last autumn, has already been reprinted.

At a recent meeting, Alex Wright, of Cambridge University Press, and I discussed the progress of the Genizah Series and arranged for the appearance of the next few volumes. Get this from a library. Vocalised Talmud manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

[Shelomo Morag; Cambridge University Library.]. Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volume 1, Taylor-Schechter Old Series. by Cambridge University Press, Shelomo Morag. Hebrew Manuscripts of the Middle Ages Hebrew manuscripts are our most important source of knowledge about Jewish intellectual, religious and everyday life in the Middle Ages, and anyone wishing to engage with medieval Jewish history needs to know about the manuscripts themselves, how to study them, and the literary genres to which they by: Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections () Published material from the Cambridge Genizah collections () Cambridge university library ().

Hebrew Bible manuscripts in the Cambridge genizah collections / by M.C. Davis; Medical and para-medical manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections / Haskell D. Isaacs, with the Vocalised Talmud manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections.

However, it was only in late and earlythat the entire treasure trove of the Genizah was finally revealed. Solomon Schechter, who at the time was a reader in Talmudic studies at the University of Cambridge, had earlier in been shown some rare precious.

‘ The Arabic fragments in the Cambridge Genizah Collections ’, Manuscripts of the Middle East, 1,54 – For documentary material see Shaked, S., A tentative bibliography of genizah documents (Paris, ) and Khan, G., Arabic legal and administrative documents in the Cambridge Genizah Collections (Cambridge, ).Cited by: 2.

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and Jacques Mosseri Collections are available online,". Browse Digitized Hebrew Manuscripts. To simply browse through all digitized manuscripts on the NLI digital website itself (at this point, about items, including but not limited to from the Rosenthaliana collection in Amsterdam; from Columbia University in NY; 50 from the Braginsky collection in Zurich.

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