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This database supplements the critical print edition and presents the full texts of all the available Hebrew and Aramaic manuscripts. SEE FORDHAM CATALOG for PRINT VOLUMES.
Browse opens a list of 107 manuscripts classified into recensions according to the principles explained in volume one of the edition. A hyperlink for each title will redirect the browser to the text of the manuscript, whereas a small icon appearing next to the title will open this text in a separate frame. Any number of frames may be opened at the same time.
The Navigate link opens a table presenting a synoptic view of the Toledot Yeshu microforms, where every column displays the sequence of these microforms in one recension. The titles and sequences correspond to those in the critical edition and translation. Each microform has a hyperlink opening the designated paragraph in all manuscripts of the recension chosen by the user, who then may select any two paragraphs and compare their literal correspondence.
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