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Halper 440 ʹAsarah maʾamarot, V-VI
TitleʹAsarah maʾamarot, V-VI
- Fano, Menahem Azariah da 1548-1620 מנחם עזריה, מפאנו, 1548-1620 Menahem Azariah da Fano 1548-1620 Měnaḥem ʿAzaryah, mi-Fānō, 1548-1620 Menachem Asarja da Fano italienischer Kabbalist Di Fano, Menahem Asarya, 1548-1620
Other related names
- Graziano, Abraham Joseph Salomon, ca. 1620, ca. 1683, former owner
Call numberHalper 440
(Philadelphia, United States, University of Pennsylvania, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies Library, Cairo Genizah Collection)
PublisherCenter for Advanced Judaic Studies Library
- Divided into fascicles of 10, 9, 6 and 10 fols (quires 5, 4.5, 3, 5 bifolia) ; Halper 440 is a loose folio from second quire, originally between fols. 10 and 11 of Halper 439 (now, respectively fols. 10, 11, 12; lacuna of original fol. 20, corresponding to left half of Halper 440?); Incipits are in enlarged characters above a space. Paragraphs are enumerated in the margins; On fol. 31 verso, only the first line of par. 5 is copied, the remainder of the page, as well as the following page (32) are blank. Fol. 32 verso resumes in the last line of par. 6. This area is missing in the published edition; At the top of fol. 1 is the signature upon acquisition, אי״ש ג״ר אנכי בארץ, the ex libris of Abraham Graziano. In the upper right corner of the same page are the details of the acquisition, from the widow of Joseph Ḥaim Aggio Bondi, in Modena, Sunday Feb. 9, 1659; Nine other manuscript codices were bought in the same acquisition (See: Y. Okun: Sifriyat kitve-ha-yad shel Avraham Yosef Shelomoh Gratsiyano (380 le-ʹerekh-445 / Yael Okuhn). Masters dissertation, Jerusalem, 1991, p. 110-111, 191). This may indicate that this codex, is complete, although it contains only Articles V and VI. Such is the case in ms. Mantova, Comunità Israelitica ebr. 111 as well.
- Condition: consecutive, complete; damaged, ink corrosion; [Halper: "fastened by a string"].
Extent20.9 X 15.5 cm
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