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Scene from Exodus=Haggadah for Passover (the 'Golden Haggadah'') Origin	Spain, N. E., Catalonia (Barcelona?) Date	2nd quarter of the 14th century Language	Hebrew Script	Sephardi square script, punctuated

Scene from Exodus=Haggadah for Passover (the 'Golden Haggadah'') Origin Spain, N.) Date quarter of the century Language Hebrew Script Sephardi square script, punctuated

Scene from Exodus=Haggadah for Passover (the 'Golden Haggadah'') Origin	Spain, N. E., Catalonia (Barcelona?) Date	2nd quarter of the 14th century Language	Hebrew Script	Sephardi square script, punctuated

The Israelites leaving Egypt, detail from one page of the Golden Haggadah ca. 1320 Spain on vellum

Golden Haggadah -- cleaning before Passover

Moses and Easter

This page is titled "Bedikat Chametz", "Searching for Leaven", illustrating the preparations on the night before Passover. Golden Haggadah c. [The use of perspective and degree of figure modelling is quite sophisticated for the time.

The Sarajevo Haggadah is anilluminated manuscript that contains the illustrated traditional text of thePassover Haggadah which accompanies the Passover Seder. It is one of the oldest Sephardic Haggadahs in the world, originating in Barcelona around 1350.

An illustrated page from the Sarajevo Haggadah, written in fourteenth-century Spain. Top: Moses and the Burning Bush. Bottom: Aaron's staff swallows the magicians'

Full-page miniature, upper right: Moses' sister, Miriam seated on a hilltop watching the baby Moses, Pharaoh's daughter finding Moses (Ex. 2:4-6), upper left: Pharaoh's daughter presenting Moses to Pharaoh, lower right: an Egyptian smiting an Israelite, Moses slaughtering the Egyptian (Ex. 2:11-12), lower left: Moses saving the daughters of Midian (Ex. 2:17).  Origin:	Spain, N. E., Catalonia (Barcelona?)

«Moses' sister, Miriam seated on a hilltop watching the baby Moses, Pharaoh's daughter finding Moses (Ex.

Sarajevo Haggadah is a 14th century illuminated manuscript consisting of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. The miniatures display a variety of subjects, from the creation of the world, to Moses blessing the Israelites, to illustrations of the Temple, and the interior of a Spanish synagogue. It is one of the oldest Sephardic Haggadahs in the world, originating in Barcelona around 1350.

Sarajevo Haggadah is a 14th century illuminated manuscript consisting of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. The miniatures display a variety of subjects, from the creation of the world, to Moses blessing the Israelites, to illustrations of the Temple, and the interior of a Spanish synagogue. It is one of the oldest Sephardic Haggadahs in the world, originating in Barcelona around 1350.

Miniatures, Miniature, Minis

Yale Haggadah Exhibits - Sarajevo Haggadah

Une page de la Haggadah de Sarajevo siècle)

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Meshalim/Amthal/Exiemplos: Notes from the Life of a Medievalist: Medieval PSA: Ms. Marvel and the Sarajevo Haggadah

Sarajevo Haggadah - Der Bildteil

Sarajevo Haggadah - Der Bildteil

manuscript, the Golden Haggadah from the 14th century. Side lacings

Miriam at the Sea (detail) Golden Haggadah, Courtesy British Library, London

Sarajevo Haggadah - Der Bildteil

Sarajevo Haggadah - Der Bildteil

Sarajevo Haggadah.  This version has many pictures.  Of course it is written in the language of Sarajevo -- Slavian.  Pretty isn't it?

Of course it is written in the language of Sarajevo -- Slavian.

Reed Sea; Miriam in The Sarajevo Haggadah

Every Picture Tells a Story: The Sarajevo Haggadah

Miriam in The Sarajevo Haggadah

Golden Haggadah: A Unique Methodology The Medieval Haggadah: Art, Narrative & Religious Imagination by Richard McBee. Golden Haggadah (The Plagues of Egypt, Scenes of Liberation, and Preparation for Passover). Late medieval Spain. c. 1320 C.E. Illuminated manuscript (pigments on vellum).

Golden Haggadah, illuminated manuscript London, British Library Courtesy “The Medieval Haggadah” by Marc Michael Epstein Yale University Press, 2011

1300 Hispano-Moresque Haggadah, Castile. BL Oriental 2737, fol 62v The bondage of the Israelites in Egypt

BL Oriental fol The bondage of the Israelites in Egypt

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