“An almost 700-year-old text from the Guide of the Perplexed is about to go on auction, and the starting price for this important historical item is $129,250. The Guide of the Perplexed is considered to be the most important book in Jewish philosophy. The book was written by Rabbi Moshe Maimonides (The Rambam) who lived between the years 1135 and 1204.” “The ancient handwritten text that is about to go on sale was written in Provence sometime between 1335-6, and the name of the writer is Yitzhak Bar Yossef. This is one of the oldest handwritten copies of the Guide of the Perplexed.”—”700-year-old handwritten copy of Maimonides’ book going on auction. The copy is a handwritten adorned copy of the Guide of the Perplexed in which Maimonides interpreted the Hebrew Bible.”
I’m some what perplexed because the article offers no images of the document nor links to the auction listing. All the images in the article are from Wikimedia. All the links in the article are to article about other things. Is this even real or ChatGPT? It’s a new article, but mostly useless. But, there it is, with my own generated image for it, for reasons.