The online article discusses a small booklet composed of three paper leaves sewn together, mostly written in Hebrew, which belongs to the Jacques Mosseri Genizah Collection. Based on the content as well as on the peculiar paleographical and codicological features of the Genizah fragment, the article suggests that this sources circulated among a number of people in medieval Fusṭāṭ and was reused for different purposes, including for the magical technique of She’elat Ḥalom (dream request).

“A Dream Request for Ṣedaqah ben Maqmalyah: Mosseri VI.5.”

Alessia Bellusci
2014-01-01

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The online article discusses a small booklet composed of three paper leaves sewn together, mostly written in Hebrew, which belongs to the Jacques Mosseri Genizah Collection. Based on the content as well as on the peculiar paleographical and codicological features of the Genizah fragment, the article suggests that this sources circulated among a number of people in medieval Fusṭāṭ and was reused for different purposes, including for the magical technique of She’elat Ḥalom (dream request).
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