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[Talmud, Kodashim, Menaḥot 12b-13b; 16a-16b; 17a; 18a-18b] : manuscript.

Standardized Title:
Talmud. Mena.hot 12b-13b.
Publication:
[Europe, 12th century-13th century?]
Format/Description:
Book
4 fols. : fragments, remainders of single columns.
Parchment 14.9 X 8.8 cm (Halper 91); 22.6 X 8.6 cm (Halper 92); 19 X 9 cm (Halper 93); 18.7 X 10.4 cm (Halper 94) material applied: black ink ruling method: bicolumnar columns: [2](Halper 91: 1, lower exterior; Halper 92: 1, exterior; Halper 93: 1, lower interior; Halper 94: 1, upper (?)) lines: [30] (Halper 91: 18; Halper 92: 29; Halper 93: 23; Halper 94: 24).
Subjects:
Hebrew language, Talmudic.
Language:
Hebrew and Aramaic. Hebrew Ashkenazic square.
Notes:
Four fragments of single columns from fols. with originally 2 columns per side.
Halper 91 (frag. 1, bottom 18 lines): (recto) Menaḥot 12b l. 39 מחשבין מאכילת to 13a l. 9 אין (זה) לאכל; (verso) 13b l. 6 דתימ[א] טעמא – l. 23 פסולה מא.
Halper 92 (frag. 2, 29 lines): (recto? verso?) Menaḥot 16a l. 37 בין השלישית to 16b l. 29 לא קשיא.
Halper 93 (frag. 3, bottom 23 lines from interior column of following fol.): (recto) Menaḥot 17a l.11 דומיא דהנך – l. 25 קומץ להקטיר (missing exterior column, ibi to end of chapter and Mishnah Menaḥot chapter III); (verso) Mishnah Menaḥot III 3 מעכבין to end, Gemara to 17a l. 45 בלשון אכילה.
Halper 94 (frag. 4, top 24 lines): (recto) Menaḥot 18a l.1 1 להניח דברי – l. 23 אשריכם; (verso) l. 33 פסול אתנייה to 18b l. 13 פתיתין איכא.
The codex presently contains 252 fols., though many are missing; at one time owned by Raphael Nathan Rabinowitz, who acquired it from Israel Yom Tov in Cairo, as he mentions in his introduction to: Sefer Diḳduḳe sofrim / Raphael Nathan Rabinowitz. Munich, 1867-1897, vol. 5, p. 8, the "Thirteenth Codex".
Fols. between Halper 91-92 are New York JTSA ENA 2097 fols. 1-4; between Halper 92-93 here are ibid., fols. 5-6.
These are from the same ms. as London British Library 402/ Paris AIU H147, which is a codex of Talmud Kodashim, tractates Zevaḥim, Menaḥot, Bekhorot, ʻArakhin, Meʻilah, Keritot and Temurah; another fragment is in Cambridge F2(1), 132 (Menaḥot 28-29).
See also ibid. introduction to vol. 14, Rabinowitz found some of the missing folios in the hands of Firkovitch. One folio of this ms. is found in the Firkovitch Collection, presently Petersburg RNL Evr. II A 293/3 (Temurah 15-16).
Many of the missing folios are in Moscow, Ginzburgh 1342-1343 Menaḥot 21-28; Meʻilah 2-10a); Halper fragments here are among the fols. missing in the Paris ms. between fols. 66-67 there.
Forms part of: Cairo Genizah Collection.
Penn Provenance:
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).
Cairo Genizah Collection (Dropsie College. Library).
Amram.
Lederer.
Cited in:
Halper, no. 91
Halper, no. 92
Halper, no. 93
Halper, no. 94
IMHM, no. F38399
Contributor:
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).
Contains:
Talmud. Menaḥot 16a-16b.
Talmud. Menaḥot 17a.
Talmud. Menaḥot 18a-18b.
Contained In:
Cairo Genizah Collection
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