Manuscript collection, [ca. 1000-1950]


Manuscript collection, [ca. 1000-1950]

Manuscript collections include history collection, Biblical manuscripts, the Benaim collection of Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic manuscripts, philosophy manuscripts, cabala (kaballah) and mysticism collection, liturgy collection, poetry and belles-lettres collection, the Steinschneider collection, philogical manuscripts, and material from Cairo geniza dating from the 10th to 13th centuries.

ca. 750 linear ft.







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