نصوص أدبيّة: T-S AS 131.60

نصوص أدبيّة T-S AS 131.60

الوصف

Poem (qaṣīd) in Hebrew. A panegyric for an infant composed by "the great Davidite prince Ibn Abū l-Kirmānī" on the occasion of the circumcision (the word "birth" is crossed out and replaced by "circumcision") of his son Sar Shalom. The scribe is Aharon b. Peraḥya. He was only allowed to transcribe this poem after taking an oath on the holy Torah "to the one who bestowed it on me" (presumably the poet) that he would never write it for anyone else and that he would never recite it to anyone. (Information in part from CUDL.)

T-S AS 131.60 1v

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النصوص المفرّغة

الترجمة

T-S AS 131.60 1r

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بيان أذونات الصورة
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