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The Yahuda Haggadah
Unidentified scribe
Franconia, Southern Germany
1470-80
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Illuminated leaf with illustration of the Menorah
Spain
Late 15th century
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Passover Haggadah
Scribe and artist: Nathan ben Samson of Meseritz (active 1722–39)
Moravia (?), Austrian Empire
1732
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The Erna Michael Haggadah
Unidentified scribe
South Germany (?)
ca. 1400
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Mūsā Nāma (The Book of Moses) by Mulana Shāhīn Shirazi
Scribe: Nehemiah ben Amshal of Tabriz
Tabriz, Persia
1686
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The Nuremberg Mahzor (Prayer book, according to Eastern Ashkenazi rite)
Scribes: Mattanyah; Jacob
Southern Germany
1331
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The Birds’ Head Haggadah
Scribe: Menahem
Southern Germany
ca. 1300
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The Regensburg Pentateuch
Scribes: David ben Shabetai; Baruch
Masorates: Jacob ben Meir and three others, unidentified
Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
ca. 1300
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The De Castro Pentateuch
Scribe: Netanel [ben] Daniel (?)
Masorator: Levi ben David Ha-Levi
Germany
1344
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Spanish Bible with Masorah
Unidentified scribe
Soria, Castile, Spain
13th century (before 1287)
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The Rothschild Miscellany
Unidentified scribe
Veneto, Northern Italy
ca. 1460-80