Tag (Hebrew writing)
A tag (Hebrew: תג, plural tagin, תגין) is a decoration drawn over the letters Gimel, Zayin, Tet, Nun, Ayin, Tzadi and Shin in Jewish scrolls - Sefer Torah, Megilas Esther, Tefillin and Mezuzot. In Jewish theology, each tag has special significance and meaning.
- Sofer (scribal) penmanship for ritual STA"M use of Kulmusim quill
- Halachic origins in Gemara, the Babylonian Tractate Menachot 29
- Conventions in use
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