Paraliterary text: T-S K2.4

Paraliterary text T-S K2.4

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P1: f. 1r: description of a dream dated 525 AH (= 1130 CE); f. 1v: alchemical recipe called ‘the operation of mixture’; f. 2r: invocation to God. P2: f. 1r: alchemical recipe (continues from P1 f. 1v); f. 1v: calendar in which the Hebrew months of Sivan and Tammuz are mentioned; f. 2v: invocation to God and separate letters. P3: leaf 1: magical words and description of their use, with a mention of the city of Damascus; calendar mentioning Jewish festivals (Passover, Ḥanukka). P4: f. 1r: sequence of letters arranged according to the abrade; f. 1v: on the substitution of letters in words according to the Kabbalah; P4 leaf 2: calendar with mention of Hebrew festivals (continues from P3, leaf 1). P5: f. 1r: very damaged, only a few letters legible; f. 1v: list of some of the months of the Jewish calendar; f. 2r: description of movements of the sun (first 8 lines) and list of some months of the Jewish calendar; f. 2v: badly rubbed. P6: f. 1r: description of celestial phenomena; ff. 1v, leaf 2: on the reckoning of the days of the festival with mention of the leap year. P7: ff. 1r-2v: mention of a musical instrument in Arabic and Hebrew; f. 2r: mention of Rabban Gamaliel and reckoning for the rising of the New Moon. P8: unidentified Hebrew text. P9 recto: alchemical recipe involving the use of vitriol; verso: Arabic (separate letters and words and unidentified partial text). (Information from CUDL)

T-S K2.4 1r

1r

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T-S K2.4 1v

1v

T-S K2.4 2r

2r

T-S K2.4 2v

2v

T-S K2.4 3r

3r

T-S K2.4 3v

3v

T-S K2.4 4r

4r

T-S K2.4 4v

4v

T-S K2.4 5r

5r

T-S K2.4 5v

5v

T-S K2.4 6r

6r

T-S K2.4 6v

6v

T-S K2.4 7r

7r

T-S K2.4 7v

7v

T-S K2.4 8r

8r

T-S K2.4 8v

8v

T-S K2.4 9r

9r

T-S K2.4 9v

9v
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