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by Malachi Beit-Arie

Download The Parma psalter (a thirteenth-century illuminated Hebrew Book of Psalms, with a commentary by Abraham Ibn Ezra): Companion volume to the facsimile edition ePub
  • ISBN 0948223103
  • ISBN13 978-0948223105
  • Language English
  • Author Malachi Beit-Arie
  • Publisher Facsimile Editions Ltd (1996)
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by Malachi Beit-Arié Table of Contents. A codicological and palaeographical examination of the Parma psalter, by Malachi Beit-Arié. A history and analysis of the manuscript, by Thérèse Metzger.

by Malachi Beit-Arié. Includes bibliographical references.

Illustrated with medieval musical instruments. Sheepskin and vellum binding.

Mondshine (1:pni;7 WtV117, pp. 18 and 203, asserts that twenty-one

Mondshine (1:pni;7 WtV117, pp. 18 and 203, asserts that twenty-one.

These include Abraham ibn Ezra, Rashi, Ramban, Radak, Sforno and Ralbag (Gersonides).

Read the Book of Psalms online Hebrew superscriptions to the Psalms acquaint us with an ancient system of classification: (1) mizmor ("psalm"); (2) shiggaion (se. .

Read the Book of Psalms online. Use highlighting, underlining, and take notes while you study the bible. The Psalter is a collection of collections and represents the final stage in a process that spanned centuries. Hebrew superscriptions to the Psalms acquaint us with an ancient system of classification: (1) mizmor ("psalm"); (2) shiggaion (see note on Ps 7 title); (3) miktam (see note on Ps 16 title); (4) shir ("song"); (5) masvkil (see note on Ps 32 title); (6) tephillah (". Facsimiles, Ibn Ezra, Abraham ben Meir. htm last update: 10/5/2019.

Raised burnished gold and flat-powdered gold have been applied exactly as they appear in the original.

The profusely illuminated book of Psalms was written and decorated c. 1280 . 1280, probably in Emilia in northern Italy. Its 452 pages contain the biblical text in large vocalised Hebrew, with many of the chapters illustrated with depictions of musical instruments - a rarity in medieval manuscripts - or with scenes described in the text. Complementing the facsimile version is a companion volume examining the manuscript and its history.

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