3 edition of History of the Jews in the Duchy of Mantua found in the catalog.
History of the Jews in the Duchy of Mantua
|Statement||by Shlomo Simonsohn.|
|Series||Publications of the Diaspora Research Institute ;, book 17, Pirsume ha-Makhon le-ḥeḳer ha-tefutsot ;, sefer 17.|
|LC Classifications||DS135.I85 M3313 1977b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 902 p.,  leaves of plates (2 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||902|
|LC Control Number||78319925|
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Jews heard the liberating message. For a time, Napoleon’s army carried it forth. Out of the shtetl and into the mainstream of European life the . The Jewish community of Ferrara was one of the most flourishing and important in Italy, and it gave to Judaism a number of prominent men. It would seem that Jews existed at Ferrara in , but not until the thirteenth century was their number large enough to give them a status in history.
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History of the Jews in the Duchy of Mantua (Publications of the Diaspora Research Institute - Book 17) [Simonsohn, Shlomo, 14 b&w illustrations.
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History of the Jews in the Duchy of Mantua. [Shlomo Simonsohn]. The Jews in the Duchy of Milan, Volume Four: Condensed Deeds and Indexes (A DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE JEWS OF ITALY) (English and Italian Edition) (Italian) Bilingual Edition by Shlomo Simonsohn (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly. The first mention of Jews in Mantua dates from the 12th century, when Abraham ibn Ezra finished his grammatical work “Zahot”() there. Apparently, he was in the city again in There are no further references to Jews in connection with Mantua until they are mentioned in the new statutes of the city at the end of the 13th century, when a large number seem to have lived there.
In it had 2, Jews— the greatest number in its history. The first mention of Jews in Mantua dates from the twelfth century, when Abraham ibn Ezra finished () there his grammatical work "Ẓ aḥ ot." Apparently he was in that city again in In it had 2, Jews—the greatest number in its history. The first mention of Jews in Mantua dates from the twelfth century, when Abraham ibn Ezra finished () there his grammatical work "Ẓaḥot." Apparently he was in that city again in Mantua was briefly united with the Duchy of Milan by an edict of Emperor Joseph II on 26 September but later restored in its separated administration by Emperor Leopold II on 24 January Mantua was besieged by Napoleon's French army inbefore falling in Capital: Mantua.
Paul Johnson is one hell of a writer. There is a lot of history in this book and somehow he makes it flow in a way that is understandable. The names can be a bit of a challenge. (Understatement of the year). I should also mention Jewish history isn’t the only history in the book. There were a few surprises I never by: The history of the Jews in Italy spans more than two thousand years to the present.
The Jewish presence in Italy dates to the pre-Christian Roman period and has continued, despite periods of extreme persecution and expulsions, until the present.
: The Jews in the Duchy of Milan, Volume Two: (Fontes Ad Res Judaicas Spectantes) (English and Italian Edition) (): Simonsohn, Shlomo: Books. One of the highlights in the history of the illustrated Haggadah is this edition ofprinted in the Duchy of Mantua on the press of the Christian printer Giacomo Rufinelli under the supervision of the shammes of one of the synagogues of Mantua, Isaac ben Samuel Bassan.
In the making of the Jewish book, women have played a role as publishers, printers, patrons, and writers. The first woman involved in printing Hebrew books was Estellina, the wife of the physician Abraham Conat, who introduced Hebrew printing in Mantua and published six Hebrew books there in Duchy of Mantua The first Duke of Mantua was Federico II Gonzaga, who acquired the title from the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V in Federico commissioned Giulio Romano to build the famous Palazzo Te, on the periphery of the city, and profoundly improved the y: Italy.
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Mantuan Jews referred to Mantua as “Kiriah ha Alizah” “The happy City” The first Jews settled in Mantua in Under the Gonzagas, who encouraged the activities and talents of their Jewish subjects, Mantua was a haven of relative racial and cultural tolerance and the community grew to reach 3, inat that time Jews constituted about percent of the population of Mantua.
Books and Libraries of the Jews of MantuaKiryat Sepher XXXVII (), pp. (H). Jewish Education in the 16thth Centuries, Italy, History of Education, Jerusalempp.
(H). The Theatre Company of the Jews of Mantua, Pargod (), pp. (H). Madama Europa was the nickname of Europa Rossi (fl. ), an opera singer, the first Jewish opera singer to achieve widespread fame outside of the Jewish community.
She was the sister of the Jewish violinist and composer Salamone Rossi who is known to have been employed at. SABBIONETA, town in Lombardy, Italy, in the former duchy of * settlement in Sabbioneta dates from the 15 th century.
In the brothers Azariah and Meshullam, the sons of Joab of Pisa, arrived there to found the third bank of the duchy of Mantua. Reading this (the book was written in ), one is struck by the tragic irony, and a sense of extreme injustice, that so much of the world establishment, is demonizing the Jewish community of Hebron (75% of which are women and children), as well as all other Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, for the crime of living in their ancient homeland/5.'Cassen’s book takes us beyond a simplified interpretation of the Jewish badge as a means to make Jews recognizable.
It certainly speaks not only to scholars of Renaissance Italy but also to anybody interested in mechanisms of social inclusion and exclusion in medieval and early modern Jewish history, including graduate students.'.History of the Jews in the Duchy of Mantua.
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