The hoax of “Jesus’ wife.”
One in France, the other in Kansas.
Loyal as Moses?
In the international gothic style.
Via Cairo, Aleppo, and Oxford.
A Palestinian thief or an “inside job.”
The Abravanel Bible.
Including “the commandments of Judas Iscariot” and a bad translation into Hebrew.
The birth of Jewish studies.
More than caftans and camels and dancing violinists.
An exquisite 14th-century illuminated manuscript, one of few artifacts to have survived the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492, is in danger. In. . .
The Italian scholar who last month identified the world's oldest complete Torah scroll tells its story. (Interview by T. M. Law; audio, 30 mins.)