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Fol. 61: Lyon (Lioan), the second son of the Empress, fights the Turks and frees Emperor Octavianus and Florens. The lioness which always accompanied him attacks the Sultan in a rage. On the right are Lyon and another armoured knight on horseback at the head of an army. On the left are two mounted Turks at the head of theirs. Beside the prostrate crowned Sultan lie two figures, perhaps Octavianus and Florens.

The scene illustrates the text (fol. 61v): דארום זא קאם דיא לֵיוואן ... דש זיא דען זוֹלדַאן אר רייכט העט ... אונד אין זא הרט ארגריפן דש זיא אין צו בודם גיריסן הט (That is how the lioness … reached the soldier … and violently felled him to the ground).

Title in facsimile of Augsburg 1568, p. 234: Wie der ander Sohn des Keysers Octaviani, Lyon genant … und wie der Türckische Keyser von Lyon gefangen ward.

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Munich Stories in Yiddish | Unknown
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Fol. 61
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Date
1580-1600
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Yitzhak bar Yuda Reutlingen
Binyamin bar Josef Rofe, family Merks
(Unknown)|(scribe and artist 1580-1585); (scribe 1600)
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Germany | Munich | Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (BSB)
| Cod. hebr. 100 (Steinschneider 1895, No. 100)
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Paper, brown ink
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58 x 70 mm
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Bibliography
Friderichs-Müller, Vol. I, 1981 Friderichs-Müller, Vol. II, 1981
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