When it opened in 2021 it was hard to know which audience Tel Aviv University’s Anu museum was aimed at. Anu means “we” and the museum, which replaced its 1978 predecessor, the Beit Hatfutsot Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, had undergone a $100 million revamp. After a decade of planning, it relaunched itself as “the Museum of the Jewish People”.For the recent sale of the Codex Sassoon and it's acquisition by the Anu Museum, start here and follow the links.
CORRECTION (4 October). It seems the manuscript is still in New York, but is coming to Israel soon.
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