The National Library of Israel website uses cookies to improve your browsing experience. Continued use of the website constitutes consent to the use of cookies. For more information, please see our privacy policy

  1. Home
  2. At Your Service
  3. Who We Are
  4. Projects
  5. The David and Fela Shapell Digitization Project
The David and Fela Shapell Digitization Project
Nuremberg Mahzor, 1331

The David and Fela Shapell Digitization Project


x (x)

About the Project

The National Library’s wide-ranging digitization initiative has been made possible from its earliest stages thanks to the generous support of the David and Fela Shapell Family Foundation. In this way, a national digital library is gradually being developed. This digital library allows access from afar to the treasures of the Library, via a website and a catalog, open to the general public, both in Israel and throughout the world.

The digitization project consists of several collections:

Ketubbot collectionJerusalem MapsA sample of the recorded treasures of The National Sound ArchivesNewton ManuscriptsHistorical Jewish Press | Writings of MaimonidesMoshe Wilensky Archive

| Nuremberg MahzorMahzor Worms | Rashi | Alexandrovich Collection