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Ancient Hebrew manuscripts to go online in Israel-Russia deal
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7 November 2017
On 7 November 2017 Reuters reported:
One of the most treasured collections of ancient Hebrew manuscripts and books will be digitized and available for public view online under an agreement by the state libraries of Russia and Israel announced on Tuesday, 7 November. Israel has long sought the transfer to its national library of the 14,000-item Guenzburg collection in the Russian State Library in Moscow, and the digitization compromise effectively shelves a century-old ownership dispute.
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