Category:Tripartite Mahzor

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English: The Tripartite Mahzor (MS A 384) is a manuscript written in Southern Germany (in the region of Lake Constance, Bavaria or the region of the Upper Rhine) around 1320. 146 It is also called “Tripartite Mahzor” because Bezalel Narkiss has shown convincingly that it is in fact volume I of a sizeable manuscript consisting of three volumes. The two remaining volumes are preserved in the British Library in London and in the Bodleian Library in Oxford.
<nowiki>Tripartite Mahzor; Machsor Tripartitum; המחזור המשולש; illuminated Hebrew manuscript prayer book; dreibändige jüdische Gebetbuchhandschrift; מחזור תפילות מאוייר מהמאה ה- 14 (בעברית)</nowiki>
Tripartite Mahzor 
illuminated Hebrew manuscript prayer book
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National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987009950593605171
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