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Haggadah Jewish Museum Rome Leather Pesach Illustrated Judeo-roman Passover For Sale
Beautifully illustrated rare example of contemporary popular liturgical art from Rome, curated by Rabbi Amedeo Spagnoletto and Reuven Benaya Roman Italian Haggadah Italian Jewish Passover Manuscript Bible Rome Illustrated Medieval.
This Haggadah was the idea of Rabbi David Sunak Sciunnach, written by the scribe Amedeo Yedidia Spagnoletto and illustrated by the miniaturist Reuven Benaya.It took more than 3 years to work on this project in Italy.The original manuscript belongs to the Rabbi and were painted by hand on Roman parchment. The style of the illustrations is inspired by medieval Italian manuscripts.The scribe who wrote the Hagada using the traditional text, combining the old minhag of Roman Jews. The comments in Judeo-Romano which follow the text are in Rashi script.This commentary is the old language used by Roman Jews called giudaico rumanesco.This hagadah with its unique style blends together medieval drawings, old language and the Roman Jewish tradition.The paper is thick and has the look of parchment. leather binding, 74 illuminated pages.
Published in 1997, possibly since this was the year it was finished.