A rare scroll of the Book of Esther, believed to have been penned in the mid-15th century in the Iberian Peninsula, has been donated to the National Library of Israel and made available online, coinciding with this year's Purim festival.  According to the library, the artifact is believed to be one of the world's oldest known Esther scrolls. The first panel of the parchment includes the traditional blessings recited before and after the reading of the megillah, attesting to the ritual use of the scroll in a pre-Expulsion Iberian Jewish community. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more about the scroll from Dr. Yoel Finkelman, curator of the National Library of Israel’s Haim and Hanna Salomon Judaica Collection.