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La ilustración que precede a estas líneas corresponde a un manuscrito, conservado en la Biblioteca Nacional de Francia, que contiene una o...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is getting into the Passover spirit with “The Rylands Haggadah: Medieval Jewish Art in Context,” a new exhibit showing a “priceless” medieval Haggadah.    The Rylands Haggadah, on loan from the University of Manchester, England, hails from Catalonian Spain and dates from the mid-1300s. It is being displayed alongside other medieval works of art that tell stories of the Jewish people in the Bible.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is getting into the Passover spirit with “The Rylands Haggadah: Medieval Jewish Art in Context,” a new exhibit showing a “priceless” medieval Haggadah. The Rylands Haggadah, on loan from the University of Manchester, England, hails from Catalonian Spain and dates from the mid-1300s. It is being displayed alongside other medieval works of art that tell stories of the Jewish people in the Bible.

"Miriam's dance". Full-page miniature of Miriam and the Israelite women dancing. Oriental 2737, f. 86v. Haggadah for Passover (the 'Hispano-Moresque Haggadah') Spain, Central (Castile); Last quarter of the 13th century or 1st quarter of the 14th century, c. 1300.

"Miriam's dance". Full-page miniature of Miriam and the Israelite women dancing. Oriental 2737, f. 86v. Haggadah for Passover (the 'Hispano-Moresque Haggadah') Spain, Central (Castile); Last quarter of the 13th century or 1st quarter of the 14th century, c. 1300.

El banquete mediaval, información y fichas para los pequeños

En la época medieval, los Nobles invitaban a sus personas de confianza a grandes comilonas en el Gran salón . Reconocer vidriera, lám...

pesaj, mi festividad favorita.  hagadá de Barcelona. sigo XIV.

pesaj, mi festividad favorita. hagadá de Barcelona. sigo XIV.

Ryland’s Haggadah, 14th c. Spain. Copyright of the University of Manchester. The manuscript is fully digitized and can be viewed at http://enriqueta.man.ac.uk/luna/servlet/s/m01rmw

Ryland’s Haggadah, 14th c. Spain. Copyright of the University of Manchester. The manuscript is fully digitized and can be viewed at http://enriqueta.man.ac.uk/luna/servlet/s/m01rmw

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