What if thousands of texts weren’t burned during the Holocaust?
A virtual tour.
One of few extant fragments of the Orit.
Messages of hope in early printed Hebrew texts.
A message to Isaac Luria.
The Arba’ah Turim incunabulum.
A millennium old and embossed with gold.
Penitential prayers from Piove di Sacco.
The Avot of 1492.
Exploring the world’s largest collection.
From 15th-century Iberia.
Elisha ben Gad’s Tree of Knowledge.
And the Christian missionaries who brought it to England.
Beware “Rabbi Robber and Rabbi Thief.”