<p style='text-align: justify;'>Treatise on the calendar by Josiah b. Mevoraḵ al-ʿĀqūlī, which claims that the Jewish calendar repeats itself exactly every 247 years. He describes the course of the fourteen possible types of the Jewish year, including the beginning of months, holidays and fasts, as well as the division of weekly portions. At the bottom of the recto is a string of masoretic mnemonics related to the spelling of words with pronominal suffixes in the weekly portion Pinḥas, probably copied here because they appear in the Bible in the context of days of a month or days of a holiday.</p>
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