Liturgical poetry from Ashkenaz

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Liturgical poetry from Ashkenaz

Ashkenazic Mahzor Manuscript
CAJS Rare Ms. 382, Maḥazor minhag Ashkenaz le-Yamim ha-noraʼim ule-Sukot
Illuminated initial word (kol) at the opening of the Kol Nidre (all vows) prayer for Yom Kippur
Folio 50, recto
Rhineland, 13-14th centuries
Ashkenazic Mahzor Manuscript
CAJS Rare Ms. 382, Maḥazor minhag Ashkenaz le-Yamim ha-noraʼim ule-Sukot
A liturgical poem (piyyut) omitted by the original scribe was added on the margins by an almost contemporary hand
Folio 143, recto
Rhineland, 13-14th centuries
Ashkenazic Mahzor Manuscript
CAJS Rare Ms. 382, Maḥazor minhag Ashkenaz le-Yamim ha-noraʼim ule-Sukot
The initial word (et) of this yotser prayer is written on a parchment patch that replaces a decorated panel cut from the page
Folio 227, recto
Rhineland, 13-14th centuries
Illumination at the opening of the Kol Nidre (all vows) prayer for Yom Kippur
Credit: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (More bibliographic information)
A liturgical poem (<i>piyyut</i>) added by a near-contemporary scribe
Credit: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (More bibliographic information)
Initial word of the poem (et) written on a parchment patch replacing a decorative panel
Credit: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (More bibliographical information)