Hebrew Bible Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections: Volume 3, Taylor-Schechter Additional
Cambridge University Press, May 22, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 532 pages
Following the publication of the first two volumes of Hebrew Bible Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections, the process of describing the MS fragments is now complete. The third and fourth volumes present a comprehensive catalog of the Hebrew Bible fragments in the Taylor-Schechter Additional Series, describing in detail 14,679 items. The four volumes now provide the researcher with data on all 24,260 biblical fragments and are an indispensable tool for special interests in the Hebrew Bible, Jewish Studies and Semitics. Volume 1 ISBN (1982): 0-521-23859-5; Volume 2 ISBN (1981): 0-521-23622-3
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11 lines 1saiah 9 lines badly mutilated barely legible cantillated Chronicles clearly to permit columns incomplete conjoined and consecutive Deuteronomy entirely illegible Esther Examples of non-standard Exodus Ezekiel fragment with Masorah Hebrew Bible fragment Hebrew Bible manuscript Hebrew letters preserved Jeremiah Joshua Judaeo-Arabic Kings leaf preserved sufficiently leaves conjoined Leviticus lines incomplete lines on recto lines on verso Magna and Parva Masorah Magna Masorah Parva missing or illegible mutilated and rubbed mutilated and slightly mutilated with pieces non-standard vocalization Parva on recto Parva on verso permit identification pieces of text poetic spacing predominantly standard Tiberian preserved sufficiently clearly probably Hebrew Bible rubbed with pieces Samuel second leaf conjoined slightly rubbed small pieces text missing text preserved legibly throughout the text Tiberian vocalization Tiberian where legible Tiberian where preserved traces of text uncantillated Unidentified fragment Unidentified Hebrew Bible Unidentified Hebrew fragment unvocalized vellum verse divisions Verso is blank words preserved legibly