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English: Page from a Hebrew Bible, Shelfmark: MS. Kennicott 3. Not the Kennicott Bible but from the same collection. Item description: "Humash (Pentateuch) with Onkelos (Aramaic translation), the Five Scrolls (Song of Songs, Ruth, Ecclesiastes, Lamentations, and Esther) and Haftarot (selections from the books of Prophets). With both Masorahs and vocalized (except for the last two Haftarot on Ta‘anit)". Digitised by the Polonsky Foundation Digitization Project. More provenance information at
Source Bodleian Library, Oxford
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