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By David Silber

ISBN-10: 0827612354

ISBN-13: 9780827612358

Hebrew and English textual content with new remark and essays.

Rabbi Silber has given us books in a single: the Haggadah itself, in English and Hebrew, along with his seder observation and a suite of essays that supply shut readings of the vintage biblical and rabbinic texts that tell Seder-night ritual and narration. either components paintings fantastically jointly to light up the primary topics of Passover: peoplehood, Covenant, our courting to ritual, God’s presence in background, and different vital concerns that resonate with us all. simply as midrash makes an attempt to bridge the space among historical textual content and modern that means, Rabbi Silber’s Haggadah presents new resources of perception that deepen the Passover adventure for today’s readers.

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Unlike HUC Ms , the script of HUC Ms  is dark and clear. 8 A mid to late seventeenth century dating is plausible as the manuscript was likely a replacement of Torah portions written after the  flood. The elongation of horizontal strokes and its lack of water damage indicate that HUC Ms  was produced later than the original version of HUC Ms . HUC Ms  As mentioned earlier, the first page of the manuscript is obviously a later addition. We will address its date later. The script of the remainder of HUC Ms  is closest to that of HUC Ms , pages – and pages –.

29 Therefore, it was likely that they had more than two Haggadoth between them and they kept them in their synagogue and copied other manuscripts from them. 27 Joseph Dehergne and Donald D. ), – [French],  [English]. 28 Juifs de Chine, – [French],  [English]. 29 Juifs de Chine,  [French],  [English]. 1 The discussion here concerns their degree of Hebrew knowledge in the seventeenth and early eighteenth century, the time frame determined by the sources at hand. Evidence is mainly drawn from KH but portions of letters (mostly unpublished until two decades ago) from Jesuits missionaries, Gozani and Domenge, will also be cited to shed further light on the matter.

The synagogue leader himself explained that the second word of the second line (which is in parenthesis because he was not willing to write it) is the same as the fourth word of the first line. , Adonai. 16 Even given consideration for the fact that the leader of the synagogue was an old man, and probably could not see clearly what he was writing, 10 Juifs de Chine, – (English),  (French). A sort of notebook of the Masorites (scribes) who copied the Bible. In this book they presumably made notes about the text they were copying.

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