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Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana 9789053560884

Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana

Treasures of Jewish Booklore

ISBN-10: 9053560882
ISBN-13: 9789053560884
PUBLISHER: Amsterdam University Press
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Product Description: Introduction From Leeser Rosenthal to today's Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana Adri K. Offenberg   12 January 1290 1.  The Completion of the Esslingen Machzor Gabrielle Sed-Rajna, Center NAtional de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris   Around 1300 2.  Sefer Or Zarua and the legend of Rabbi Amnon Menahem Schmelzer, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York   10 June 1386 3.  Hanna bat Menahem Zion finished her copy of the Sefer Mitzwot Katan Collette Sirat, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Sorbonne, Paris   September 1446 or 1447 4.  Mordecai Finzi's copy of a work by Averroes Malachi Beit-AriÉ, Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem   1474 5.  The Defensorium Fidei contra Judaeos printed at Utrecht Gerard van Thienen, Royal Library, Den Haag   1484-1498 6.  Four Italian Judaica incunabula Dennis E. Rhodes, British Library, London   13 December 1493 7.  The first printed book produced at Constantinople Adri K. Offenberg, Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, Amsterdam   1542 8.  Elijah Levita's Shermot Devarim printed at Isny Herbert C. Zafren, Hebrew Union College, Klau Library, Cincinnati, Ohio   1569-1572 9.  Christopher Plantin's Biblia regia Elly Cockx-Indestege, Royal Library, Brussels   1606 10.  A Hebrew map in the work by Hugh Broughton Jan W.H. Werner, Amsterdam University Library   Around 1617 11.  Isaac Franco's memorandum on the legal position of Sephardi Jews in Holland Arend H. Huusen, Jr., State University, Groningen   1626 12.  Nicolaes Briot and Menasseh ben Israel's first Hebrew types John A. Lane, Amsterdam University Library   1632-1677 13.  Benedictus de Spinoza Richard H. Popkin, Washington University, St. Louis and University of California, Los Angeles   After 1652 14.  Jacob Judah Leon Templo's broadsheet of his model of the Temple, Adri K. Offenberg, Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, Amsterdam   21 June 1655 15.  A show of hands by the Sephardi writing-master Iehudah Machabeu Ton Croiset van Uchelen, Amsterdam University Library 1662 16.  An illustrated Minhagim book printed in Amsterdam Naomi Feuchtwanger-Sarig, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan   1664 17.  Saul Levi Mortera's magnum opus Herman P. Salomon, State University of New York at Albany   1666 18.  The Sabbatean movement in Amsterdam Yosef Kaplan, Hebrew University, Jerusalem   1675 19.  Romeijn de Hooghe and the Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam Judith C. E. Belinfante, Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam   1678-1679 20.  Two Yiddish Bibles printed in Amsterdam Marion Aptroot, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.   1679 21.  Isaac

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