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Full page text illustration of the first six of the thirteen seder signs. The panels are arranged in three horizontal rows: “Kaddesh” (sanctification), “U-rehaz”(washing of the hands), “Karpas” (eating the herbs dipped in saltwater) Yahaz (division of the middle mazah), “Magid” (recital of the Haggadah), “Rahaza” (washing of the hands). The word “Kaddesh”, written in square Ashkenazic script is written above the upper right panel. Underneath it, in brackets and in semi-curssive script ane explenations in Yiddish. The panel depicts four men sitting around a table holding cups. Two men on either side of the table sit in an armchair. The man on the right is standing and raising a cup. The word “U-rehaz” written in square Ashkenazic script is written above the upper left panel. Underneath it, in brackets and in semi-curssive script ane explenations in Yiddish. The panel depicts five men sitting around a table. The man on the right sits in an armchair. Infront of the man on the left stands a servant pouring water over his hands. The word “Karpas” written in square Ashkenazic script is written above the middle right panel Underneath it, in brackets and in semi-curssive script ane explenations in Yiddish. The panel depicts five men sitting around a table holding the Karpas. The two mem at either side of the table sit in an armchairs and dipp the Karpas in a bowl placed on a table before them. On the table are two plates. On the left plate is a drum stick and on the right plate with an egg and another object The word “Yahaz” written in square Ashkenazic script is written above the middle left panel. Underneath it, in brackets and in semi-curssive script ane explenations in Yiddish. The panel depicts five men sitting around a round table. On the left is a man who sits in an armchair and on the right is a man seen dividing the middle mazah. On the table is a plate with a Mazzah on it. All men are dressed as Rabbis. The word “Maggid”, written in square Ashkenazic script is written above the middle left panel. Underneath it, in brackets and in semi-curssive script ane explenations in Yiddish. The bottom right panel depicts four sitting around a round table and holding haggadot in their hands. The man on the right sits in an armchair. The word “Rahaza” (washing of the hands), written in square Ashkenazic script is written above the middle left panel. Underneath it, in brackets and in semi-curssive script ane explenations in Yiddish. The bottom left panel depicts four men sitting around a table. The man on the right sits in an armchair. A servant pours water over the hands of the standing man on the left. On the table are a cup and five plates. The street is seen from the arched door on the left.
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Second NL Simmel Haggadah | Unknown
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Fol. 2
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1756
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Israel | Jerusalem | National Library of Israel (NLI)
| Heb. 8º5837 (Segre-Amar Collection)
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