Title supplied by cataloger.
Foliation: Paper, iii (modern) + 157 + iii (modern); [i, 1-106, 108, 107, 109-156], modern foliation in pencil, upper left
Layout: Written in 20 lines.
Script: Writen in square Temanic script, by Daṿid ben Benayah ben Seʻadyah ben Zekharyah and possibly additional hands, vocalized
and punctuated. Masorah is written on each page on upper, lower and outer margins, in the latter in a zigzag form (f. 2-152);
text unvocalized and lacking masorah (f. 153-154); the writing at the beginning and at the end looks later.
Binding: Modern leather, blind-tooled.
Origin: Written in Yemen in 1509 (Menachem Glatzer).
"Nikhtevah zot ha-Torah ha-ṭohorah ṿeha-temimah le-ḥaver ha-ṭov ṿeha-naʼim neṭaʻ shaʻashuʻim... Seʻadyah ... b.Yehudah
. b.Yosef ha-yaduʻa al-Tsaʻadi ... ."--Colophon (leaf 156 recto)
David Sasson ascibes authorship of the the poem "Shir l'Adonai shir emunah" to Benayah ben Seʻadyah ben Zekharyah (Ohel Daṿid,
1943, v. 2, p. 605). M. Beit-Arye acribes authorship of the poem to "Mosheh" (Sefer Haberman, 1977, p. 37-150).
Item cataloged from digital facsimile and existing description.