The Hebrew Manuscripts Digitization Project funded by The Polonsky Foundation has digitized 1,300 manuscripts from the British Library’s collection in its first phase. The digitized collection includes medieval and early modern codices, single sheets, charters and scrolls, as well as an oak board (Or 6302). The oldest item we have digitized is Or 4445, the London Codex, a copy of the Pentateuch from 920-950. To identify the contents of this collection and view the items click here.
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