The British Library announced in it’s blog that all of the illuminated manuscripts, including those with significant decoration from it’s important collections of Hebrew manuscripts, are now finely included in their Catalogue.

“These Hebrew illuminated manuscripts range in date from the 10th to the 18th century, and their geographical division is just as wide, encompassing Europe, Northern Africa and the East. Most of them contain religious works, such as biblical and liturgical texts, but there are also a number of legal, philosophical and scientific books. You can read more here about the decoration and script of our Hebrew manuscripts.”