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Detail: historiated initial-word panel of the story of Ruth with Ruth, Naomi and Boaz and his servants working of the field, at the beginning of the Book of Ruth to be read at Shavuot, Additional 22413, Fol 71, c 1322, near Lake Constance

Detail: historiated initial-word panel of the story of Ruth with Ruth, Naomi and Boaz and his servants working of the field, at the beginning of the Book of Ruth to be read at Shavuot, Additional 22413, Fol 71, c 1322, near Lake Constance

Shemini Atzeret=Joseph Kara Title	Festival prayer book for Shavuot (Feast of Weeks) and Sukkot (Feast of the Tabernacles), German rite (aka the 'Tripartite Mahzor' ) including biblical readings: The Book of Ruth and the Book of Ecclesiastes with Joseph Kara's commentary Origin	Germany, S. (area of Lake Constance) Date	ca. 1322 Language	Hebrew

Shemini Atzeret=Joseph Kara Title Festival prayer book for Shavuot (Feast of Weeks) and Sukkot (Feast of the Tabernacles), German rite (aka the 'Tripartite Mahzor' ) including biblical readings: The Book of Ruth and the Book of Ecclesiastes with Joseph Kara's commentary Origin Germany, S. (area of Lake Constance) Date ca. 1322 Language Hebrew

Recebimento das leis por intermédio de Moisés.  Origem: Alemanha, S. (região de Lake Constance) British Library.

Recebimento das leis por intermédio de Moisés. Origem: Alemanha, S. (região de Lake Constance) British Library.

Rothschild Mahzor, Italy, 1490  http://www.jtslibrarytreasures.org/viewer/zifthumbs.php?image=images%2FMS-8892_006v&thumbs=rothschild#

Rothschild Mahzor, Italy, 1490 http://www.jtslibrarytreasures.org/viewer/zifthumbs.php?image=images%2FMS-8892_006v&thumbs=rothschild#

Pentateuch (the 'Duke of Sussex's German Pentateuch') with Targum Onkelos (ff. 1-290), small pieces on the feasts (ff. 291-293v), Five Scrolls (ff. 294-313v) and Haftarot with masorah magna and parva (ff. 314-358). Full-page panel inhabited by hybrids and dragons, and four knights holding banners with the symbols of the four tribes camped around the Tabernacle. Germany, 1st quarter of the 14th century via http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/ILLUMIN.ASP?Size=mid=44655

Pentateuch (the 'Duke of Sussex's German Pentateuch') with Targum Onkelos (ff. 1-290), small pieces on the feasts (ff. 291-293v), Five Scrolls (ff. 294-313v) and Haftarot with masorah magna and parva (ff. 314-358). Full-page panel inhabited by hybrids and dragons, and four knights holding banners with the symbols of the four tribes camped around the Tabernacle. Germany, 1st quarter of the 14th century via http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/ILLUMIN.ASP?Size=mid=44655

I found this image in an email from Rabbi Arthur Waskow's Shalom Center, but had trouble pinning it from there.  So I downloaded it and then uploaded it again.  It's from the Regensburg Pentateuch.

I found this image in an email from Rabbi Arthur Waskow's Shalom Center, but had trouble pinning it from there. So I downloaded it and then uploaded it again. It's from the Regensburg Pentateuch.

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