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Halper 199 Maḥazor for Passover, ʹAmidah
TitleMaḥazor for Passover, ʹAmidah
Call numberHalper 199
(Philadelphia, United States, University of Pennsylvania, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies Library, Cairo Genizah Collection)
PublisherCenter for Advanced Judaic Studies Library
12th century-14th century?
- Text breaks denoted by a punctus, plus a space; left rule is justified by one or two characters of the anticipated word, or a graphic filler; A fragment from a complete version of the Festival ʹAmidah, including the text of regular blessings. No. 199 contains from the middle of the special, fourth blessing י'י אלהינו מועדים לשמחה, where it is specified that this is the ʹAmidah of Passover, and continues to the end of the ʹAmidah, followed by the additional meditation אלהי נצור until תרדף נפשי כל; No. 198 is from a different ʹAmidah, for which specific festival can not be discerned as starts at the end of the special, fourth blessing לבנו לעבדך באמת. This too continues into אלהי נצור; The end of this prayer differs from the common version, and from the version found in the Gaonic Siddurim. It adds a sentence that startsמלכנו אלהינו יחד שמך בעולמך, which may be an expanded version, or a vestige, of the optional sentenced described in the Maḥzor Vitry (Maḥazor Viṭry / Simḥah ben Samuel, of Vitry. Nurenberg : Y. Bulḳa, 1923, p. 67) placed at the beginning of אלהי נצור.
- Condition: complete, non-consecutive; Halper 199 is cut diagonally at the bottom.
Extent16 X 13.7 cm (Halper 198); 15.6 X 13.1 cm (Halper 199)
Material applied: black ink
- Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).
- Cairo Genizah Collection (Dropsie College. Library).
- Passover , Liturgy , Texts
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