of the Hebrew texts are accompanied by a translation into Judaeo-Arabic.
The scribe has signed his name in no less than 21 places in the manuscript,
but the name is almost all cases has been blacked out. The script is particularly
elegant; the sixty-seventth Psalm is illustrated in the form of a menorah.
The scribe integrates the finest and most delicate elements which characterized
late-19th century Iraqi manuscripts: exquisite calligraphy, hollow letters,
delicate colors and pleasing page designs. The red leather binding is
also typical of this place and time.
112 pgs. Height: 14 cm, Width: 11 cm, Depth: 0.9 cm