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|Named Person:||Jerome, Saint; Sebastian Münster; David Kimhi|
|Notes:||The name Isaiah is in Hebrew characters at head of title.
Hebrew, Greek, and two Latin versions in parallel columns.
Commentary from Kimhi in Hebrew only.
Bound in a leaf of a Latin vellum manuscript.
The vellum binding is from a manuscript not later than the fourteenth century. It is characterized by a fine liturgical hand, nice rubrics, and frequent abbreviations. It contains portions of a Roman Catholic missal, giving what is to be said and sung by the priest, choir, and congregation during a mass. The portions preserved are from the masses of Saint Theodore and Saint Martin, for the 11th and 12th of November. Some conflation is evident, partly reversing the order of worship from a standard Roman missal. The verso is not legible due to the binding.
|Description:||345,  pages ; 20 cm|
|Other Titles:||Isaiah the prophet, Hebrew, Greek, and Latin.|
|Responsibility:||Addita est autem duplex Latina interpetatio, Hieronymi & Munsteri. Accessit & succincta difficiliorum Hebraicorum vocabulorum expositio, collecta per Sebastianum Munsterum ex Davidis Kimhi commentario.|