Nathan ben Jehiel of Rome, 1035-approximately 1110
Samson ha-Nakdan, active 13th century
Contains two works. The first, by Nathan ben Jehiel of Rome, is attributed to the 14th century; the second, by Samson ha-Nakdan, is attributed to the 14th or 15th century. The first work is written on parchment by a scribe named Ḥayim on colophon; place unknown. Each leaf has 3 columns with 46 lines; Ashkenazic script.
The digital version of this manuscript was produced under the auspices of the National Library of Israel's manuscript digitization program, through a cooperative agreement between Yeshiva University and the NLI.
The original manuscript is owned by the Judaica Conservancy Foundation.