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CAJS Rar Ms 382 - [Maḥazor minhag Ashkenaz le-Yamim ha-noraʼim ule-Sukot]
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Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts Collection: CAJS Rar Ms 382 - [Maḥazor minhag Ashkenaz le-Yamim ha-noraʼim ule-Sukot]
Maḥzor. High Holidays.
[Maḥazor minhag Ashkenaz le-Yamim ha-noraʼim ule-Sukot].
[Rhineland], [between 1275 and 1325]
Physical description:
251 leaves : parchment ; 305 x 215 (220 x 145) mm bound to 315 x 253 mm.
Quires at the beginning and end of the maḥazor are missing. It now begins in the middle of Musaf for Rosh ha-Shanah. Pages have been cut in a few places, perhaps because of censure.
Ms. codex.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Foliation: Parchment, 251; [1-221, 223-252], modern foliation in pencil, lower left recto.
Decoration: Illuminated words; some ornamentation at head of certain prayers; red ink used by second hand (after f. 156) to decorate a few headings; single leaves missing after f. 201, f. 217, and f. 241, probably because they had illuminated headings for the prayers that began on those leaves.
Layout: Written in 21 lines to a page.
Script: Written in Ashkenazic square script (vocalized) by two hands.
Binding: Leather, blind-tooled, right cover detached; remnant of one strap on left cover and 2 catches on right cover; paper label with Hebrew inscription on spine.
Origin: Written in the Rhineland in the late 13th or early 14th century (Elisabeth Hollender).
Item cataloged from digital facsimile and existing description.
Manuscript location:
Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies University of Pennsylvania CAJS Rar Ms 382
Vernacular script:
מחזור. ימים הנוראים.
[‫מחזור מנהג אשכנז לימים הנוראים ולסוכות.‬]
מחזור. סוכות.
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