2 edition of Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer collection found in the catalog.
Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer collection
Richard J. H. Gottheil
|Statement||edited by Richard Gottheil and William H. Worrell.|
|Series||University of Michigan studies -- v. 13|
|Contributions||Worrell, William H. b. 1879., Freer Gallery of Art.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[v]-xxxi, 273 p.  p. LII facsim. on 35 l.|
|Number of Pages||273|
* Fragments From The Cairo Genizah In The Freer Collection, Edited By Richard Gottheil And William H. Worrell. London "The Macmillan Company", * Ginze Russiyah, Catalogue of Hebrew Manuscripts Preserved In The USSR, part II. New York: New York University Library of Judaica and Hebraica, SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY Note: Descriptions of the manuscripts on this site are taken from the catalogue accompanying the exhibition, In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year (Freer/Sackler, ). See the catalogue for scholarly essays, a full bibliography, and comprehensive information on .
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Macmillan, Cited by: Get this from a library. Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer collection. [Richard J H Gottheil; William H Worrell; Freer Gallery of Art.;] -- This is a collection of documents from the Cairo Genizah that were obtained by Charles L.
Freer in Egypt in Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer Collection. [New York], [Johnson Reprint Corp.],  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard J H Gottheil; William H Worrell; Freer Gallery of Art.
Freer Gallery of Art MSS (Cairo genizah fragments) Format: Book and Print: Publication Info: New York: The Macmillan company; London: Macmillan and company, ltd., Description [v]-xxxi, page 1 page LII facsim.
on ; 28 cm. Subject(s). GENIZAH, CAIROIntroductionThe term genizah is a word shortened from the rabbinical Hebrew phrase bet genizah (see also *Genizah). Its counterpart in late biblical Hebrew is genez (pl. genazim, ginzei) which in Esther evidently means a "treasury," as well as the term ganzak (i Chron.
ve-ganzakkav). Source for information on Genizah, Cairo: Encyclopaedia Judaica dictionary. Introduction Jews of Cairo Collections of Genizah Documents History of Genizah Discoveries Liturgy and Poetry Historical Discoveries Genizah Research, s–s.
Introduction. The discovery of the Cairo Genizah was one of the greatest Jewish treasures ever found. It has provided the world with the some of the most important documents of the medieval Middle East.
sonian (Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection) The Freer catalog treats its collection as an integral and publishable entity, and contains Cited by: Wf. Halper, Descriptive Catalogzce of Genizah Fragments in Philadelphia (Philadelphia ).
See Richard Gottheil and William H. Worrell, Frag-ments from the File Size: KB. R. Gottheil and W. Worrel (eds), Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection (New York, ).
Hopkins, ‘ e Discovery of the Author: Rebecca Jefferson. Read more about Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer Collection The Coptic manuscripts in the Freer collection Coelestius I, Saint, Pope ; Theophilus, patriarch, Abp. of Alexandria ; Worrell, William Hoyt ; Freer Gallery of Art.
90 – 94; Gottheil, Richard J. and Worrell, William H., Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection (New York/London: Macmillan, ) –7; see also 76– Eight magical texts from the Genizah, five of which are amulets, have been published in Naveh, Joseph and Shaked, Shaul, Amulets and Magic Bowls: Aramaic.
Fragments-Gottheil, Richard and Worrell, William, Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection (New York ); Heb.-Hebrew; JE-The Jewish Encyclopaedia; JQR-The Jewish Quarterly Review; M-Mahallah; Mann, e -Mann, Jacob, The Jews in Egypt and Palestine under.
The Genizah and Research on Medical Issues. The Genizah’s many manuscripts have been studied ever since they were discovered in the late nineteenth century.
12 Individual fragments have been published, catalogues written, 13 and much research focusing on a wide variety of matters has yielded a wealth of articles and books. Among the main fields of study have been religious and biblical Cited by: R. Gottheil and W. Worrell (eds), Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection (New York, ), p.
11 Adolf Neubauer (–), Reader in Rabbinic Hebrew at Oxford University (–) and a Bodleian sub-librarian (–99).Author: Rebecca J W Jefferson. and Administrative Documents in the Cambridge Genizah Collections, Cambridge Only a very small proportion of the extant correspondence among Jews is in Arabic letters, see for example R.
Gottheil and W.H. Worrell, Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection, New Yorkfragment no. XVI (entirely in Arabic script); CUL Or.
Gottheil and W. Worrell, Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection, New York I5 F. Burkitt, Fragments of the Books of Kings according to the Trans-lation from a MS. formerly in the Geniza of Cairo, Cambridge I6 C.
Taylor. Worrell, William H. (William Hoyt), Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer collection, (New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan and company, ltd., ), also by Richard J. Gottheil and Freer Gallery of Art. Manuscript. Cairo genizah fragments (page images at. Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer Collection.
Edited by Richard Gottheil and William H. Worr Vision and revision in Arab society, / Center for the Study of the Modern Arab World, Saint Joseph' The emergence and linguistic background of Judaeo-Arabic: a.
Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection Edited by Richard Gottheil William H. Worrell Topics: Cairo Genizah, Genizah, Egyptian Jews, History.
A genizah was a sealed room where copies of scripture with scribal errors were stored until they could be ritually destroyed. In –98, Cambridge University academics Solomon Schechter and Charles Taylor shipped the bulk of the Cairo Genizah's contents to Cambridge for further research; some of those fragments are exhibited in this gallery.
Gottheil, Richard J. (Richard James Horatio), Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer collection, (New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan and company, ltd., ), also by William H. Worrell and Freer Gallery of Art. Manuscript. 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.
After introductory remarks on manuscripts in general, we shall take up in detail the Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Syriac, Armenian, and Coptic manuscripts of the Bible; manuscripts of other versions are not important enough to come within the scope of this article.
A wooden box filled with unconserved fragments from the Cairo Genizah is the first display encountered by the visitor. Discovered in the storeroom of the Ben Ezra synagogue in Egypt inthe box shows the scrolls in the state in which they were found. A Fragment on Pharmacy from the Cairo Genizah () Fragments from an Arabic common-place book Fragments from the Cairo Genisah in the Freer collection () () comme Traducteur Fragments from the Cairo Genisah in the Freer collection.
Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. These fragments, obtained from a Cairo genizah (a box for wornout or cast-off manuscripts), belong to the tenth or eleventh century of our ear.
They provide us with more than a half of Ecclesiasticus and duplicate certain portions of the book. Many scholars deem that the Cairo fragments prove Hebrew to have been the original language of.
Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer Collection. Franchini Gafuri Theorica musicae; Französische Suite: Nr. 5, BWV = French suite: no. 5; From sea unto sea: art & discovery maps of Canada; Front page: years of the Los Angeles times, ; Front page: a collection of historical headlines from the Los Angeles times.
Genizah research after ninety years, the case of Judaeo-Arabic: papers read at the Third Congress of th Fragments from the Cairo genizah in the Freer Collection.
Edited by Richard Gottheil and William H. Worr The Jews of Malta in the late Middle Ages / Godfrey Wettinger. On the Cairo Geniza palimpsests: M. Sokoloff and m, "Christian palimpsests from the Cairo Geniza", Revue d'Histoire des Textes 8 (), pp.
[Z/4/R48]: note unidentified Greek underwriting in T-S F fol. For more facsimiles, get [in Heb] Geniza Fragments of Rabbinic Literature (). Here mention should be made of the non-Massoretic Hebrew MSS.
of the Book of Ecclesiasticus (q.v.). These fragments, obtained from a Cairo genizah (a box for wornout and cast-off MSS.), belong to the tenth or eleventh century of our era.
They provide us with more than a half of Ecclesiasticus and duplicate certain portions of the book. Besides these there are other collections not yet catalogued; some in private hands, e.g., those of Dr.
Gaster of London, and of the late D. Kaufmann at Budapest, others in public libraries, as, for example, the Alliance Israélite fragments of the Cairo Genizah, numbering many thousands, and scattered in Cambridge, Oxford, London, and Paris, are not included.
The illustrations are from Richard Gottheil and William Worrell, eds., Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection, New York: Macmillan, With.
(Based on the language of the book, it is very clear that Ecclesiastes is a late Biblical book See EJ ) from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection, New York: The MacMillan Company,plate XLIII (opposite p.
examine most of the Aleinu prayer text fragments from the Cairo Genizah. Cheap books produced and read by medieval Jews in the East have been little studied so far. The main source for the study of Hebrew book culture in general and popular and cheap books in particular is the Cairo Geniza.
Only a few documents contain explicit information about the books’ costs of production and prices. However, as it is argued in this paper, additional information can be. Brannan, Rick.
Greek Apocryphal Gospels, Fragments, and Agrapha. Lexham Classics; Bellingham, Wash.: Lexham Press, pp.; Pb. $ Link to Lexham Press In his short introduction to this volume, Brannan says the origins of this book came out of his work on the Greek texts behind these works, Greek Apocryphal Gospels, Fragments, and Agrapha: Texts and Transcriptions.
Syro-Egyptian (Nos. ): No. 9 is taken from a Hebrew letter, datedbrought to the British Museum from the Cairo Genizah No. 10, from the text of the Hebrew Ecclesiasticus (Sirach), also from the Cairo Genizah (11thth cent.) No.
11, from Pl. of Neubauer's portfolio of facsimiles (referred to hereafter as "Neubauer") printed to. Fragments from the Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collection. Humanistic Series New York: The Macmillan Company.
Harden, Donald B. Roman Glass from Karanis found by the University of Michigan Archaeological Expedition in Egypt, Humanistic Series Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P.
Hoskier, Herman C. The Taylor–Schechter (T–S) collection at Cambridge University Library is the biggest of all Cairo Genizah collections in the world.
The importance and the potential of research into the medical aspects of the Genizah documents were clear to researcher since the early by: wards this book. A couple of years later, inhe published my editions of two more fragments, from another glossary and a translation, in a book he was co-editing (a Festschrift for our colleague Erwin Rosenthal).
By now I was reading my way systematically through the Genizah collections, in Cam. Of the original work, previously known only from extracts in manuscripts, some palimpsest fragments were recovered from the Cairo Genizah in and edited by F.
C. Burkitt (Fragments of the Books of Kings, ) and by C. Taylor (Sayings of the Jewish Fathers 2, ; Hebrew-Greek Cairo Genizah Palimpsests, ). The student of Swete’s Old.Here mention should be made of the non-Massoretic Hebrew manuscripts of the Book of Ecclesiasticus. These fragments, obtained from a Cairo genizah (a box for wornout or cast-off manuscripts), belong to the tenth or eleventh century of our era.
They provide us with more than a half of Ecclesiasticus and duplicate certain portions of the book.Gottheil-Worrell-Fragments from Cairo Genizah in the Freer Collectionpdf - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.5/5(1).