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[Ḳedushta for the Sabbath of the reading of Shimʹu] : manuscript.

Publication:
[Orient, 11th century-12th century?]
Format/Description:
Book
2 fols. (bifolium: recto=1r|2v; verso=2r|1v): non-consecutive, complete;.
Parchment 14.4 X 11.4 cm material applied: black ink ruling method: columns: lines: 13(?).
Subjects:
Piyutim.
Jewish religious poetry, Hebrew.
Language:
Hebrew. Hebrew Oriental semi-cursive vocalization (Tiberian).
Notes:
A complete, non-consecutive bifolium; strophe endings are signified by a sof pasuḳ.
The latter part of a Ḳedushta for the Sabbath of the reading of Shimʹu, the Haftara of the second of the Three Weeks of Rebuke, corresponding with the Torah reading of Masʻae (end of Numbers), from Jeremiah II, which servers as the theme text for this ḳedushta. The segments are short, consisting of one or two followed by a refrain, that is alluded to, but not copied; sporadic vocalization
A. (fol. 1r) The last verse of piyyuṭ, ends אם תאבו ושמעתם טוב הארץ.
B. (fol. 1v) Each of the next two segments is one strophe of six verses: אשרי אדם שומע לי.
C. יחיד ומיוחד.
D. Two strophes, starting אוזן לא הטו לשמוע תוכחות. The suggested melody is אויב בכניס
E. ואת שדודה שכולה וגלמודה. Nine rhymed verses.
F. Fol. 1v ends after the first strophe of שמעו איתנים מוסדי ארץ by Yoḥanan ben Yehoshuʹa ha-kohen. Four verses per strophe, the first starts with the word שמעו; the third, והעידו; the fourth, ועד לא; this piyyuṭ appears as the sixth segment of Yoḥanan's Ḳedushta for this Sabbath, in Oxford Bodleian Heb. f. 36 (Cowely 2738, 1) fols. 1-7, published by Naḥum Ṿisenshṭern (Piyuṭe Yoḥanan ha-Kohen be-rabi Yehoshuʹa, Doctoral Dissertation, Hebrew University) Jerusalem, 1984, pp. 73-74. There is a lacuna between this and the following fol.
G. (fol. 2r) The last 2 strophes of a piyyuṭ, ends endsשמע יי׳ חנני. Followed by allusions to the parts of the Ḳedushah.
H. (fol. 2v) the upper half of the page is blank. The lower half contains 2 four-verse strophes (א-ד), starting אמנם חמש ערלות רמז ציר לעדתו. Verses 2 and 4 are alphabetized. The theme is the five Covenants, as mentioned in Midrash Pirḳe de-Rabi Eliezer, XXIX.
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).
Adler.
Cited in:
Halper, no. 309
IMHM, no. F38400
Contributor:
Johanan ben Joshua, ha-Kohen.
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library),
Contained In:
Cairo Genizah Collection
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