Interpretation of Hebrew names / Stephen Langton: manuscript leaf
- England, early 13th century.
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- Langton, Stephen, -1228
- This leaf contains entries for "Anae" through "Armenii."
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- Latin manuscript on vellum. Three columns of 60 lines, black ink, four 2 to 3 line red or blue initials "A, " each entry beginning with a calligraphic "A" in black.
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- Purchased from the Dictionary collection of Thomas Main Rodgers, 2012. Accession 2012-273.
- Langton's dictionary of Biblical Hebrew, compiled between 1210 and 1220, was a familiar inclusion in 13th century Bibles.
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