6 edition of Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections (Cambridge University Library Genizah Series) found in the catalog.
July 29, 1988
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||68|
This volume represents the first comprehensive guide to the Hebrew manuscripts held at the Cambridge University Library. The descriptions consider the standard biblical, rabbinic and liturgical material, but also cover scientific, poetic, philosophical and mystical content. vocalised by the same person Most of the more than two hundred vocalised words in this manuscript were documented by William Henry Lowe, the editor of the version of the text known as The Mishnah of the Palestinian Talmud (Cambridge, ); others, however, escaped his notice or .
The Talmud (Tractate Shabbat a) directs that holy writings in other than the Hebrew language require genizah, that is, Tractate Pesachim b, bet genizah is a treasury. In Pesachim 56a, Hezekiah hides (ganaz) a medical work; in Shabbat a, Gamaliel orders that the targum to the Book of Job should be hidden (yigganez) under the nidbak (layer of stones). Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volume 1, Taylor-Schechter Old Series. By Cambridge University Press, Shelomo Morag. see all from $! SMP Interact for Gcse Mathematics: Intermediate. By Cambridge University Press (Creator) see all from $! new only from $! Chambers Pocket Guide to Phrase.
Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections. Vol. I: Taylor-Schechter Old Series (Cambridge University Library Genizah Series, 4), STEFAN C. REIF (ed.), Published Material from the Cambridge Genizah Collections. A Bibliography – (Cambridge University Library Genizah Series, 6). The Cairo Geniza, alternatively spelled Genizah, is a collection of some , Jewish manuscript fragments and Fatimid administrative documents that were found in the genizah or storeroom of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Fustat or Old Cairo, manuscripts outline a 1,year continuum ( CE to 19th century) of Jewish Middle-Eastern and North African history and comprise the largest.
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[Shelomo Morag; Cambridge University Library.;]. Get this from a library. Vocalised Talmud manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections. [Shelomo Morag; Cambridge University Library.]. Vocalised Judaeo-Arabic Manuscripts In The Cairo Genizah in "From a Sacred Source" Author: Geoffrey Khan.
Instructions For Payment, And Statements Of Credit In The Genizah And Other Collections At Cambridge University The Weakening Of The Bourgeoisie: Social Changes Mirrored In The Language Of The Genizah Letters Talmud Editions of Cited by: 1. Palestinian Vocalised Piyyut Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections, by Joseph Yahalom.
Fragments in the Library The Genizah fragments at Cambridge University Library comprise the following items: 1. 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 C Reif,pp.
xv + e. Karaite Bible Manuscripts from the Cairo Genizah Geoffrey Khan, by. This Collection, formerly the Westminster College, Cambridge, Collection is now jointly owned by Cambridge University Library and the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford.
The following manuscripts are currently in Cambridge University Library: L-G Bible. L-G Bible 2, ; L-G Bible 4, ; L-G Bible 6, L-G Talmud.
L-G Talmud 1, ; L-G Arabic. 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. Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volume 1, Taylor-Schechter Old Series by Cambridge University Press, Shelomo Morag starting at $ Vocalised Talmudic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volume 1, Taylor-Schechter Old Series has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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.
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.
This volume contains descriptions - including, in many cases, precise identifications - of approximately 6, manuscript fragments from the Taylor-Schechter New Series originating in the. This volume is a continuation of the catalogue compiled by Colin F.
Baker and Meira Polliack, Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Arabic Old Series (T-S Ar.
1a) published inand covers the manuscripts in the New Series. The volume describes almost 9, Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic. Hopkins, S.
A miscellany of literary pieces from the Cambridge Genizah collections: a catalogue and selection of texts in the Taylor-Schechter Collection, Old Series, box A45, Cambridge: Cambridge University Library.
Humbert, G. Vocalised Talmudic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections () Published material from the Cambridge Genizah collections () Cambridge university library (). Vocalised Talmud manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections; Medical and para-medical manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah collections / Haskell D.
Isaacs, with the The Hebrew text of Sirach: a text-critical and historical study; A catalogue of the Persian manuscripts in the Library of the University of Cambridge / by Edward G. Browne. We do not link items accessed for a fee or via subscription (thus, Cairo Genizah items available via The Friedberg Genizah Project or similar projects are not included).
Also, as we don't catalog individual Genizah fragments, digitized items available at either Princeton University Genizah Project or Cairo Genizah Collection of the Bodleian Libraries or Penn/Cambridge Genizah Fragment Project.
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.
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. PDF | On Apr 1,Jacobus A Naudé and others published Review of ML Klein "Targumic manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections." | Find, read. Online Resources for Talmud Research, Study, and Teaching Fall Introduction.
Online resources for research, analysis, and teaching of the Talmud are well-represented on the Web. Digital collections and databanks of Talmudic texts and manuscripts are becoming increasingly available."rom Cambridge University.
"The Taylor-Schechter Cairo Genizah Collection at Cambridge University Library is the world's largest and most important single collection of medieval Jewish the moment, o manuscripts from across the Taylor-Schechter, CUL Or.
and Jacques Mosseri Collections are available online,".Taylor-Schechter collection Cambridge Cairo Genizah Cairo Genizah Related names. Contributor: Cambridge University Library. Related titles. Notes on the master microfilms of the Genizah manuscripts in Cambridge University Library.
Subjects. Cairo Genizah. Manuscripts on microfilm — England — Cambridge.