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Ashburnham Pentateuch, 6th or 7th Century

Folio 50r - Pharaoh allowing Joseph to go to Canaan

detail of top left           detail of middle left

jacob bénissant les fils de josephJacob blessing the sons of Joseph
pharaon autorisant joseph à aller en canaanPharaoh allowing Joseph to go to Canaan
funérailles de jacobJacob's funeral
joseph pardonnant à ses frèresJoseph forgiving his brothers
Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des Manuscrits, NAL 2334, folio 50r. Also known as the Tours Pentateuch. A Latin illuminated manuscript of the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Old Testament). This manuscript is probably from the late 6th or early 7th centuries (with later additions), but a 5th century date has also been claimed. It was probably made in Roman North Africa, Spain, Syria or provincial Italy.

From the same manuscript:
Joseph supervises the harvest in the years of plenty.
The Hebrews forced to build an Egyptian city.
The Hebrews forced to make brick.
Pharaoh's army drowns.

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