1.1 Hebrew & Aramaic Bible

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joshua-dead-sea-scroll-ms-2713

MS in Hebrew on brown leather, Qumran, late 1st c. BC - early 1st AD, beginning of a scroll, 9,7x17,0 cm remaining, column 1: (5,7x8 cm), 9 lines, column 2: 3 lines, in a fine small Herodian Hebrew book script, + an uninscribed fragment 1,8x1,3 cm.

leviticus-dead-sea-scroll-ms-4611

MS in Hebrew on brown leather, Qumran, late 1st c. BC - early 1st AD, beginning of a scroll, 9,7x17,0 cm remaining, column 1: (5,7x8 cm), 9 lines, column 2: 3 lines, in a fine small Herodian Hebrew book script, + an uninscribed fragment 1,8x1,3 cm.

Daniel B Ded Sea Scroll | MS 1926/4

MS in Aramaic on vellum, Qumran, ca. 4 BC-68 AD, 4 fragments sticking together, each 1,8x1,9 cm, of which 3 are inscribed, part of 3+1+2 lines in a Herodian Hebrew book script. The uninscribed fragment, 0,7x2,4 cm, and further a linen cloth 2,2x4,2 cm adhering.

Codex Sinaticus Zosimi Rescriptus | MS 035 (1)

MS palimpsests on vellum, Mt. Sinai, Egypt. Texts 1-5 (underlying text): comprising parts of 5 different MSS, all in Christian Palestinian-Aramaic, 6th c. Texts 6-10 (overlying text): in Georgian, dated 979, 70 ff. (incomplete), 22-26 lines in Khutsuri book script (Georgian ecclesiastical minuscule), by Johannes Zosimos, rubricated.

Hebrew Bible (Iraq) | MS 1630

MS in Hebrew on vellum, Iraq, ca. 1000, 4 ff., 40x35 cm, 3 columns, (27x25 cm), 22 lines in a large formal oriental square Hebrew book script with nikud (vowel points), Masora Magna in upper and lower margins, and Masora parva in outer margins.

Hebrew Bible (Israel) | MS 201

MS in Hebrew on vellum, Ascalon, Israel, 1189, 4 ff., 28x24 cm, single column, (18x15 cm), 24-25 lines in a bold Samaritan square book script, by the scribe Ab Hasta, son of Abnef Uscha.

Hebrew Bible (Spain) | MS 5070 (1)

MS in Hebrew on vellum, Spain, 2nd half of 13th c., 264 ff. (-40), 37x35 cm, 3 columns, occasionally 1 or 2 columns, (26x25 cm), 24 lines in a square Spanish Hebrew book script by 1 scribe, occasional penwork decorations; 5 additional ff., autograph notes by Sir Frederick Madden, 1826.