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Descriptive catalogue of genizah fragments in Philadelphia
1924 by The Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning in Philadelphia .
Written in English
The fragments described form five main collections, having been formerly owned by Dr. Cyrus Adler, Mr. Mayer Sulzberger, Professor David Werner Amram, Dr. Herbert Friedenwald and Professor Camden M. Cobern. All are now in the Dropsie college library, with the exception of a few at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Young men"s Hebrew association. cf. Prefatory note.
|Other titles||Genizah fragments in Philadelphia.|
|Statement||by B. Halper ...|
|Contributions||Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning|
|LC Classifications||Z6605.H4 H2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||29020383|
An exceptional survival from the Cairo Genizah: a fragment from one of the earliest Hebrew biblical codices of the 9th or 10th century, from the famed collection of David Solomon Sassoon. 1 leaf, x mm, part of three columns of 17 lines, blind-ruled, written in black ink in a large fine Eastern Hebrew square script, not vocalised (stained.
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DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF GENIZAH FRAGMENTS IN PHILADELPHIA By B. HALPER, Dropsie College. IV SECULAR POETRY A poem by Elhanan b. Shemariah, very likely the famous scholar of Kairuwan who lived towards the end of the tenth century and corresponded with the Geonim R.
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Famous libraries in St. Petersburg, Paris, London, Oxford, Cambridge and Philadelphia acquired major collections. In the early 's Rabbi Shlomo Aharon Wertheimer, a Torah scholar, collector and researcher, living in Jerusalem, began publishing manuscripts that he had purchased from the Cairo Genizah with his identifications and explanations.
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SUBJECT (S): Manuscripts, Hebrew – catalogs; Manuscripts – United States – catalogs. The Newsletter of the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit, Cambridge University Library No. 64 October Digitising the Genizah Collection: a story to tell.
Digitising the entire set of the Cairo Genizah fragments dispersed in more than 60 public and private libraries all over the world, so as to make them freely accessible through.
According to the internal library records of the College as well as Ben Zion Halper’s Descriptive Catalogue of Genizah Fragments in Philadelphia (), the Dropsie holdings derive from gifts made by Cyrus Adler, David W.
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Seride Teshuvot is a descriptive catalogue of responsa fragments from the Jacques Mosseri Genizah Collection at Cambridge University Library. This book includes descriptions of seventy-five fragments from the classical Genizah Period (10thth century) until the late Genizah Period (18th century), on matters of halakha, and biblical and.
Most of these books were written by qualified and learned physicians and pharmacists, Descriptive catalogue of Genizah fragments in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Dropsie College for Hebrew and.
Halper's last important work was the Descriptive Catalogue of Geniza Fragments in Philadelphia (), which identifies and describes in detail nearly fragments.
Halper's first major essay, entitled "The Participle Formations of Geminate Verbs" (in zaw, 30 (), 42–57, 99–, –28), discussed Hebrew roots from אבב to תפץ. this inventory catalogue.
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The Genizah and Research on Medical Issues. The Genizah’s many manuscripts have been studied ever since they were discovered in the late nineteenth century. 12 Individual fragments have been published, catalogues written, 13 and much research focusing on a wide variety of matters has yielded a wealth of articles and books.
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