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By Elisabeth Hollender

This quantity is a compendium of all identified commentaries on Hebrew liturgical poetry (piyyut) preserved in manuscript shape. It comprises references to commentaries from many alternative Jewish groups, so much famous between them Ashkenaz, Tsarfat, Sepharad, Carpentras and Yemen, composed and copied in Medieval and Early sleek occasions. Over 18,000 person commentaries on greater than 2,000 poems are indexed with basic resources and references to variants the place extant. As an relief to investigate, it describes an unlimited yet hitherto missed style of medieval Hebrew literature and maps out a complete new box of research into medieval Jewish textual tradition. This catalogue allows clients to discover manuscript commentaries on so much piyyutim that have been integrated in liturgies in significant Jewish groups.

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43), Fragment of piyyut-commentary, Minhag Ashkenaz, F. 28522. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 2577/3 (f. 40a-41b), Josef b. , F. 28830. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 3011, David b. Josef. , F. 29048. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 3013, Tiklal with commentary ‫ פעמון זהב ורמון‬by Isaac b. , F. 29050. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. , F. 29065. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 3052 : Selihot Minhag Yemen with commentary, 1652, F. 29089. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms.

F. 26467. Frankfurt a M - Stadt- und Universitaetsbibliothek Oct. 227, f. , F. 23165. Frankfurt a M - Stadt- und Universitaetsbibliothek Oct. , F. 23152. Friedberg - Stadbibliothek und Stadtarchiv Fragm. Hebr. , F. 27934. , F. 02143. Goettingen - Niedersaechsische Staats -und Universitaetsbibliothek Fragm. , F. 18700. , F. 30369, PH 0404\27. Hamburg - Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Cod. hebr. , F. 26276. Hamburg - Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Cod. hebr. 17/2 (Steinschneider 152), f.

25099. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 4268, Azharot with commentary, Minhag Carpentras, not dated, F. 25171. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 4300, Yehuda Toledano, Perush Hoshaanot, Minhag North Africa, F. 25203. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 4361, Fragment of Mahzor Romania, Azharot of Salomo Ibn Gabirol with commentary by Mose b. , F. 25263. New York - Jewish Theological Seminary Ms. 4362/1 (f. 1a-6a), Commentary on a qallirian qedushta, ascribed to Tobia b.

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