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    Hebrew Biblical Manuscript Circa 1575. 281 pages, modern binding with green marbled boards with black cloth shelf back, gilt titles on spine, in Aramaic with Rashi's (Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki, 1040-1105) commentary in Hebrew (universally regarded as the most basic tool for understanding the meaning of the text), consisting of Genesis and Exodus, written in Aramaic with black ink Yemenite script, large square script used for Biblical text (with vocalization and cantillation marks), smaller-sized, semi-cursive for Rashi written in Hebrew, chapter numbering and headings, scribal decorations, folio (8.75" x 12"), pages toned, some small tears and holes, a few loose pages, else very good.

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    October, 2007
    25th-26th Thursday-Friday
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