HEBREW MANUSCRIPTS WITH MASSORETIC NOTATIONS.

  Images of the London Codex (Or. 4445) one of the oldest surviving Hebrew Bibles. It contains the masoretic notation compiled by Aaron Ben Asher, a tenth-century scholar.

  The Massorah or Masorah is a body of rules of pronunciation, spelling, vocalization and intonation of the scriptural text, intended to preserve it and transmit it correctly.

  Copied in Egypt or Palestine around the 10th century. This manuscript was acquired by the British Museum in 1891 from a private collector.

from British Museum 98KB
The London Codex BL MS Or. 4445, f. 113v
Public Domain 2KB

The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20).
from British Museum 94KB
The London Codex BL MS Or. 4445, f. 61v
Public Domain 2KB

The Song of the Sea (Exodus 15) with masoretic notation.
from British Museum 96KB
The London Codex BL MS Or. 4445, f. 57r
Public Domain 2KB

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