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The Book of Jeremiah, Hebrew and Aramaic (Targum Jonathan); Yemen, 1475.



English: A double version of Jeremiah in Hebrew and Aramaic. The scribe copied each verse twice, first in Hebrew (masoretic text with Tiberian vocalization and notes) and then in Aramaic (Targum Jonathan with Babylonian supralinear vocalization). This file also includes two decorated carpet pages which appear at the beginning of the volume just before Jeremiah. From British Library ms. Or 2211.
Date Yemen, 1475
Source British Library: bibliographical information, dataset download.
Author Benayah ben Sa'adyah ben Zekharyah ben Margaz (scribe).
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