|Series||Bodleian picture books -- no. 11|
|Contributions||Roth, Cecil, 1899-1970.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||11|
Kennicott Bible (Fine Facsimile Edition) Hardcover by N/A (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: N/A. The Kennicott Bible is the most lavishly illuminated Hebrew Bible to survive from medieval Spain and combines Islamic, Christian, and popular motifs. It has an inscription identifying the artist, rare in Hebrew manuscripts. The Kennicott Bible. MS. Kennicott 1. The most exquisite of all Hebrew bibles, written and illuminated in medieval Spain in , just 16 years before the Expulsion. A strictly limited edition of copies. ISBN 0 Price: £7, purchase». Combining Islamic, Christian, and popular motifs, the Kennicott Bible is the mostly lavishly illuminated Hebrew Bible that survived from medieval Spain, before the expulsion of the Jews in It contains the entire Tenakh (Old Testament) together with RaDaK’s (Rabbi David Kimchi) Sefer Mikhlol, a grammatical treatise on the Tenakh.
The Kennicott Bible London: Facsimile Editions, A full-color facsimile of a manuscript Hebrew Bible written in Spain in and illustrated by Joseph Ibn Hayyim, now in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, more information about the facsimie visit this website. In the lengthy colophon at the end of the Hebrew illuminated manuscript known as the Kennicott Bible (Oxford, Bodleian Lib., MS. Kenn. 1) the scribe Moses Ibn Zabara stated that on Wednesday, the third day of the month of Aviv, in the year from the creation (24th July ), he finished the book in the town of La Coruña, in the province of Galicia, Spain. 2 vols. Introduction by Bezalel Narkiss and Aliza Cohen-Mushlin. Profusely illustrated throughout from the original illuminated pages of the Kennicott Bible. Th. original Kennicott Bible, paying particular attention to the texture of the paper which simulates the original vellum, and to accurate colour reproduction, including the burnished gold and silver. The peculiar box-like bind-ing retains the original form in which the thirty-nine quires of the Bible .
Kennicott Bible 1. Illumination of books and manuscripts, Jewish. Bible. Old Testament. -- Illustrations. Bible. Old Testament. -- Manuscripts, Hebrew. Notes: Title from case. Vol. 1 is a full-color facsimile of a manuscript Hebrew Bible written in and illustrated by Joseph Ibn Ḥayyim, now in the Bodleian Library and known as the First. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Title from case. Vol. 1 is a full-color facsimile of a manuscript Hebrew Bible written in and illustrated by Joseph Ibn Ḥayyim, now in the Bodleian Library and known as the First Kennicott Bible; v. 2 has subtitle: An introduction by Bezalel Narkiss and Aliza Cohen-Mushlin. The Kennicott Bible London: Facsimile Editions, A full-color facsimile of a manuscript Hebrew Bible written in Spain in and illustrated by Joseph Ibn Hayyim, now in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, England. Kennicott's textual variations of the Hebrew Bible, with a Hebrew broadside approbation given to him by Jews. This is exciting; one of the latest digital offerings from the JNUL is the two volumes of Benjamin Kenicott's Vetus Testamentum Hebraicum cum Variis Lectionibus ( & ).