Catalog(ue) of manuscripts

Catalog(ue) of manuscripts
Каталог рукописей.

Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии. 2010.

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  • MANUSCRIPTS, HEBREW — MANUSCRIPTS, HEBREW, term which includes religious and secular books, as well as letters and documents written on papyrus, parchment, hides, and paper in Hebrew characters, sometimes using them for the writing of languages other than Hebrew, e.g …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Manuscripts of the Bible — • Manuscripts are written, as opposed to printed, copies of the original text or of a version either of the whole Bible or of a part thereof Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Manuscripts of the Bible     Manuscript …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, HEBREW — This entry is arranged according to the following outline: hebrew illumination in hellenistic times character of hebrew manuscript illumination materials and techniques oriental school spanish illumination french school german school italian… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • List of manuscripts — This is a list of famous manuscripts.Annals and chronicles* Annals of the Four Masters * Annals of BoyleGenealogical* Leabhar na nGenealach * Leabhar Cloinne Maoil Ruanaidh * Cuimre na nGenealach * The Book of the Burkes * An Leabhar Muimhneach * …   Wikipedia

  • manuscript catalog — noun 1. : a handwritten catalog of books or other items usually in some systematic order 2. : a catalog of manuscripts …   Useful english dictionary

  • FREIMANN, ARON — (1871–1948), German scholar, historian, and bibliographer. Freimann was born in Filehne (Wielen), Poznan, the son of the local rabbi, Israel Meir Freimann. In 1898 he began working at the municipal library in Frankfurt, and under his direction… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BADHAV, ISAAC BEN MICHAEL — (1859–1947), Jerusalem rabbi and scholar. Badhav was born in Jerusalem and was the   maternal grandson of isaac covo . In his youth he studied in the bet ha midrash Doresh Zion and in the yeshivah Shevet Aḥim. He engaged to a considerable extent… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HALBERSTAM, SOLOMON (Zalman) ḤAYYIM — (known from his acronym as ShaZHaH; 1832–1900), Polish scholar and bibliophile. Halberstam was born in Cracow and studied with his father, Isaac Halberstam, an eminent talmudist. During his years as a successful merchant in Bielsko (Bielitz),… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Solomon Joachim Halberstam — (February 23, 1832–March 24, 1900) was an Austrian scholar and author born at Cracow. His father, Isaac Halberstam, was a prominent merchant who devoted his leisure time to study, and left in manuscript a work which Solomon published in his honor …   Wikipedia

  • LEVEEN, JACOB — (1891–1980), librarian and author. Born in Jerusalem, Leveen studied in England and worked for many years in the Department of Oriental Books and Manuscripts of the British Museum, from 1953–56 as keeper. He was responsible for part 4 of the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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