Figurative Masorah in Western European Manuscripts
Edited By Hanna Liss
European Bible manuscripts and their Masorah traditions are still a neglected field of studies and have so far been almost completely disregarded within text-critical research. This volume collects research on the Western European Masorah and addresses the question of how Ashkenazic scholars integrated the Oriental Masoretic tradition into the Western European Rabbinic lore and law. The articles address philological and art-historical topics, and present new methodological tools from the field of digital humanities for the analysis of masora figurata. This volume is intended to initiate a new approach to Masorah research that will shed new light on the European history of the masoretic Bible and its interpretation.
List of Figures
Rainer Josef Barzen
Personal Grief Between Private and Public Space: A Micrographic Inscription as a Historical Source (MS Vienna Cod. 16)
Fig. 1: The Rintfleisch Persecution 1298 according to the Memorbook of Nuremburg (M)
Fig. 2: Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. hebr. 16, fols. 248v and 252r
Fig. 3: Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. hebr. 16, fols. 259r and 264v
Micrography Mounted Falconers: An Exegetic Text and Image
Fig. 1: Catalan Micrography Maḥzor, fols. 10r/9v (Barcelona 1336–46)
Fig. 2: Chart 1, fol. 1or
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