Fragment of Torah scroll, the book "Dvarim" (Rivne Regional Museum of Culture and Traditions)
Fragment of the Torah ("Law of Moses", "Pentateuch of Moses") scroll.
Torah scroll fragment includes 5 columns of text on a sheet of parchment of the kosher animal skin. Four columns are continuous and the leftmost column is divided in half. The text of this fragment belongs to the book "Deuteronomy" and to weekly portions "Vayeleh" and "Haazinu".
- Museum / institution
- Rivne Regional Museum of Culture and Traditions
- Inventory number in the institution
- Фрагмент 2
- History, source, type and date of acquisition
- From the old funds of the museum, in 1976 it was first added to the register.
- Production period
- Technique, comment
- Torah scroll text is written from left to right on the parchment made of a kosher animal skin with special black indelible ink using quill pen. In each column there are 42 lines of text and the distance between the columns is 9 Hebrew letters in the width. Every four pages are sewn together to form sections that are then stitched into a scroll. The parchment pages are sewn together using special threads made of the sinews of the feet of kosher animals.
- Religious holiday / lifecycle
- for religious use
- Religious holiday / lifecycle, comment
- Torah scroll is used for a public Torah reading in the synagogue.
- middle of XIX - end of XIX
- parchment, ink
- Preservation condition
- Restoration is recommended.
- Current location
- in storage