From Siddur to Seder, from a daily prayer to a Mahzor or Haggadah – the order of prayers and their exact readings were transmitted throughout the years across all Jewish communities.
- Article by:
- Justine Isserles
The British Library Maḥzor Vitry is one of 11 preserved manuscript copies of the lost 11th-century original attributed to Simḥah ben Samuel of Vitry. Dr Justine Isserles revisits this highly significant manuscript.Read More
- Article by:
- Katrin Kogman-Appel
‘On this day you shall tell your son: it is because of what the Lord did for me when I went forth from Egypt (Ex. 13:8).’ Professor Katrin Kogman-Appel considers what it was like to celebrate Passover as a 14th-century CE Sephardic family.Read More
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