SAMARITAN CALENDAR & LITURGICAL POEM

MS 1999
MS Short Title SAMARITAN CALENDAR & LITURGICAL POEM
Text MS in Hebrew and Arabic (text 2) on paper, Nablus, Israel (or Damascus?, Syria), ca. 1339-1340, 18 ff., 19x14 cm, single column, (ca. 18x13 cm), 25 lines in Samaritan book script (text 1) and 22 sections of 10 lines in Arabic Naskhi script (text 2), calendar pages ruled in double red-brown lines.
Description MS in Hebrew and Arabic (text 2) on paper, Nablus, Israel (or Damascus?, Syria), ca. 1339-1340, 18 ff., 19x14 cm, single column, (ca. 18x13 cm), 25 lines in Samaritan book script (text 1) and 22 sections of 10 lines in Arabic Naskhi script (text 2), calendar pages ruled in double red-brown lines.
Binding England, 1920-1942, brown cloth.
Context
Provenance 1. Abd-Yahweh ibn Absukuwah ibn Ibrahim Demibani Danaftha (1704); 2. Ibrahim ibn Ya'kub al-Samri (1740); 3. David Solomon Sassoon's Library, Hertfordshire, MS.728 (-1942); 4. David Solomon Sassoon's trustees (1942-1994); 5. Sotheby's 21.6.1994:34 (5th Sassoon sale).
Commentary Literature: D.S. Sassoon: Ohel Dawid, Descriptive Catalogue of the Hebrew and Samaritan Manuscripts in the Sassoon Library, London 1932, II, 601.
Published
Exhibited XVI Congress of the International Organization for the study of the Old Testament. Faculty of Law Library, University of Oslo, 29 July - 7 August 1998.
Mentioned
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See also
Place of origin Nablus (or Syria)
Dates ca 1339 - 1340

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