In three 14th century manuscripts this divine intervention is depicted in three different ways.
The Catalan Mahzor survived the edict of expulsion from Spain, was smuggled out of Nazi Germany to the United State, and eventually found its way to the National Library in Jerusalem.
How was the moon drawn by Jews throughout the generations?
The Scholar who Changed the Morning Blessing
A Community of Memory
Animals and Decorated Letters
A Glimpse into the Rare Translation of a Work Attempting to Resolve the Contradictions in the Bible – Which Also Served as the Translator’s Tragic Personal Diary
The Babylonian Talmud in One Volume
The vision of the International Collection of Digitized Hebrew Manuscripts is to allow readers across the globe to access the complete corpus of existing Hebrew manuscripts. Using state-of-the-art technology, the International Collection will preserve the digital images of the manuscripts for the future, and will enable readers and scholars to use the most innovative research and discovery tools.