<Biblical Exegesis> II Kings 9:1–4 Massora; 6–9 Massora; 27 – 30 Massora; 32 – 37 Massora. Square script. Probably 12th century.
<Composite manuscript> (1r-3r) Court records by Rabbi Jacob b. Sur written in 5478/1718, 5501–02/174–42. (4r) Arrangement of letters for an amulet. Oriental script.
<Morning prayer> Begins with the Song of the Sea and ends with words of the Amidah. Oriental (Persian?) rite. Fairly late hand.
<Materia Medica> Alphabetical list of pharmaceutical plants in Arabic. Small cursive script. Probably 14th century.
<Miscellanea> Fragments in Hebrew and Arabic. One leaf contains a Hebrew commentary on Numbers 16. Two leafs contain with accounts of a merchant in Arabic. Three leaves contain jottings of ...
<Miscellanea> Fragments of a medical book in Arabic. Written in a cursive hand. Another fragment derives from an ethical treatise dealing with love and lust. Probably 14th century.
<Miscellanea> Eight fragments from different manususcripts, partly in Arabic writing; mostly illegible. One fragment deals with Halakha and another contains parts of a prayer. Various dates.
<Biblical Exegesis> (1r–10v) A fragment from a detailed, homiletic commentary on Proverbs. Cursive script. Probably 14th century. (11r–12v) A Philosophical-exegetical commentary on Numbers 20:7 in which Nachmanides is mentioned. Probably ...
<Piyyut> Poems by Nadjara and others, as well as an index to some Piyyutim. Square and cursive script. Modern Askhenazi hand.
<Mishneh Torah> Parts from the work by Maimonides (Moses b. Maimon, also known as Rambam). Genevah 1:1; 9:13. Sefardi script. Probably 15th century.
<Biblical Exegesis> A Commentary on the end of Leviticus and the beginning of Numbers, mentioning Nachmanides and Gersonides. Cursive script. Probably 15th century.
<Hilkhot ha-Rif> Fragment from Hilkhot ha-Rif by Isaac Al-Fasi, Shabbat 32 b – 33 a. Cursive script. Probably 15th century.
<Halakha> (1r–v) Treatise on paying the Ketubha of a widow. Square script. Probably 14th century. (2r–v) Treatise in Arabic dealing with sacrifices outside the central sactuary during the period of ...