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The Blackletter typeface also sometimes referred to as Gothic, Fraktur or Old English was used in the Guthenburg Bible, one of the first books printed in Europe. This style of typeface is recognizable by its dramatic thin and thick strokes, and in some fonts, the elaborate swirls on the serifs. Blackletter typefaces are based on early manuscript lettering. They evolved in Western Europe from the mid twelfth century.
The Masoretic Text defines the Jewish canon and its precise letter-text, with its vocalization and accentuation known as the masorah. It was primarily copied, edited and distributed by a group of Jews known as the Masoretes between the 7th and 10th centuries of the Common Era CE. The oldest extant manuscripts date from around the 9th century. Referring to the Masoretic Text, mesorah specifically means the diacritic markings of the text of the Hebrew scriptures and the concise marginal notes in manuscripts and later printings of the Tanakh which note textual details, usually about the precise spelling of words.