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Nuremberg Haggadah 2 and Yahuda Haggadah
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The Second Nuremberg Haggadah and the Yahuda Haggadah are a pair of very similar haggadot from Franconia, datable to the early 1460s. Produced just a few years after the introduction of print, they are typical specimens of late medieval book culture in an era of media change. Both are heavily illustrated and show clear signs of a division of labor.

The Second Nuremberg Haggadah (London, David Sofer Collection, formerly in the German Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg) and the Yahuda Haggadah (Jerusalem, Israel Museum, MS 180/050, formerly in the collection of …

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Kogman-Appel, Katrin, “Nuremberg Haggadah 2 and Yahuda Haggadah”, in: Encyclopedia of Jewish Book Cultures Online, General Editor: Emile Schrijver. Consulted online on 25 July 2024 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2772-4026_EJBO_SIM_031626>
First published online: 2023



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