And now for some more good digitization news from Israel.
Yisrael Dubitsky of the National Library of Israel announces:
We are delighted to announce that The National Library of Israel’s online catalogue now includes more than 2000 linked records to freely available digitized Hebrew manuscripts online (post-dating the Dead Sea Scrolls) from institutions around the world. These represent many more Judaica records than are currently available through either the Digital Scriptorium, the Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts or similar digitized manuscript aggregators.
The link for the National Library of Israel catalog is http://jnul.huji.ac.il/heb/aleph500.
Find your MS under כתבי יד or Manuscripts, and if there is a digital image, you will find a link – if they have it!
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It would be nice for them all to be in one spot somehow too.
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True. I would venture that it shouldn’t be so hard to add such a search option in the catalog.
There is a method to search for digitized manuscripts in the NLI catalogue. In the advanced search search for the ketword סריקה or “online” and a second keyword for the ms you are searching – a subject (תלמוד בבלי) or a name or title and you will receive a list of all mss in that category that are avilable online