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Vol. I, fols. 161v, 170; vol. II, fol. 196: Mid-book divisions, headings and ends of sections are written in large display script filled with scrolls in spared-ground technique. The mid-book division (חצי) is written across two text columns for Ruth, Song of Songs, Ecclesiastes, Job and Daniel (II:123v, 134v, 144a, 196 - fig. 1, 213).

The initial word Vayelech (וילך in Parashat Nizavim) is written in similar large display script (Deut. 31:1; I:161v - fig. 2).

The word hazaq חזק), strength) though small, marks the end of Pentateuch (I:170 – fig. 3).

Fig. 1: Decorated half-book divisionת Munich Rashi's Commentary on the Bibleת Munich, BSB Cod. hebr. 5, II:196 Fig. 2: Decorated headingת MunichRashi's Commentary on the Bibleת Munich, BSB Cod. hebr. 5, I:161v

Fig. 3: Decorated end of section

MunichRashi's Commentary on the Bible

Munich, BSB Cod. hebr. 5, I:170

                           

                       

                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Munich Rashi's Commentary on the Bible | Unknown
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Vol. I, fols. 161v, 170; vol. II, fol. 196
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1232/33
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Germany | Munich | Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (BSB)
| Cod. hebr. 5/I-II (Steinschneider 1895, No. 5)
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