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Hebrew printing and bibliography.

Hebrew printing and bibliography.

Studies by Joshua Bloch and others, reprinted from the publications of The New York Public Library on the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Jewish Division of The New York Public Library.

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Published by The New York Public Library and Ktav Publishing House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York Public Library. -- Jewish Division,
  • Printing, Hebrew.,
  • Jews -- United States -- Bibliography.,
  • Printing -- History -- Gazetteers.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementSelected and with a preface by Charles Berlin.
    ContributionsBerlin, Charles, 1936-, Bloch, Joshua, 1890-1957.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ228.H4 H43 1975
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 518 p.
    Number of Pages518
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21932320M

    The 16th century was the golden age of Hebrew printing. The earliest Hebrew book in the 16th century was a prayerbook printed in by Gershom Soncino in Fano, Italy. In Gershom went with his son to Salonica and Constantinople. After Gershom’s death, his . Hebrew Printing and Publishing in Germany, On Jewish Book Culture and the Emergence of Modern Jewry 38* Decorated Hebrew Manuscripts of the Eighteenth Century in the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America 58*.

    “Observations on the Worker to Book Production Ratio in an Eighteenth Century Hebrew Printing House,” pp. in, Studies in the Making of the Early Hebrew Book (Leiden, Boston: Brill, ) Katz Center - Stacks. ZH4 H46 Van Pelt Library. ZH4 H46 Heller, Marvin J. THE MICHAEL DAVIDSON EARLY HEBREW PRINTING HOMEPAGE A Virtual Guide to the Great Jewish Libraries and Rare Book Collections On-line Hebrew Manuscripts, Incunabula, and Written Antiquities. Bibliotheca magna rabbinica, Roma A bibliography on early Hebrew printing from Italy.

    Hebrew printing and bibliography / selected and with a preface by Charles Berlin. Publication: New York: New York Public Library: Ktav, Format/Description. No theca magna rabbinica, Roma A bibliography on early Hebrew printing from ItalyTraditions of Magic in Late Antiquity A wonderful exhibit of magical receipe books, amulets and carved gems, and Babylonian demon bowls from the 1st to the 7th centuries AD.


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Hebrew printing and bibliography Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Bibliography includes most of the books, pamphlets and magazines printed in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, Judeo-Arabic, and other Jewish languages, found in collections in Israel and abroad, starting from the beginning of Hebrew printing (or so in ) through Hebrew printingth to 20th centuries; Some odd titles of Hebrew books; The people and the book: On the love, care and use of books among the Jews - Part II: Expurgation of Hebrew books \/ Isaiah Sonne - Index to parts I and II - Part III: A gezetteer of Hebrew printing \/ Aron Freimann - Part IV: The people and the book: the background of.

Main locations and start of Hebrew printing, 15 th –20 th centuries. ha'atek (to copy) which led to the noun he'etek for the copy of a printed book. Occasionally one finds such strange circumscriptions as "writing with many pens" (cf. Yoma 38b) or "writing without a pen.".

Hebrew Printing in America,A History and Annotated Bibliography (ISBN ) is a history and bibliography of Hebrew books printed in America between and by Yosef Goldman, with research and editing by Ari records items, annotated with bibliographical information, historical context, scholarly references, approbations, and location of copies in.

History of the Early Printed Hebrew Book General Texts in Hebrew Bibliography Search this Hebrew printing and bibliography New York: New York Public Library: Ktav, “Hebrew Printing in the Years of ‘Shin’ ,” [Hebrew] Alei Sefer 15 () Hebrew Printing at Cremona Its History and Bibliography - Hebrew Hardcover – January 1, by Meir Benayahu (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other Author: Meir Benayahu.

Bibliography (from Greek βιβλίον biblion, "book" and -γραφία -graphia, "writing"), as a discipline, is traditionally the academic study of books as physical, cultural objects; in this sense, it is also known as bibliology (from Greek -λογία, -logia).Carter and Barker () describe bibliography as a twofold scholarly discipline—the organized listing of books (enumerative.

Bibliography Gazetteers History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hebrew printing and bibliography. New York, New York Public Library and Ktav Pub. House, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Berlin; Joshua Bloch.

An interesting chapter in the history of the early printed Hebrew book is the study of the role played by Christian hebraists. Beginning sometime in the third quarter of the fifteenth-century, the study of the Hebrew language and especially biblical studies including rabbinic commentators increasingly became the focus of Christian scholars.

There is a new work in Jewish bibliography focusing on American Jews. This work 'Hebrew Printing in America A History and Annotated Bibliography' by Yosef Goldman.

(It can be obtained by contacting Y. Goldman at ygbooks -at- ). As the subtitle states, is. Within forty years of the invention of printing in the mid-fifteenth century, Hebrew books were produced using this new technology.

Through the second half of the fifteenth century, Hebrew printing was restricted mainly to the Italian and Iberian peninsulas, where some Hebrew titles were issued. The Sixteenth Century Hebrew Book is a bibliographic work describing books printed with Hebrew letters in that century, covering the gamut of Hebrew literature, encompassing liturgical works, Bibles, commentaries, Talmud, Mishnah, halakhic codes, kabbalistic works, fables, and of the entries has a descriptive text page comprised of background on the author, a.

Hebrew Printing In America, A History And Annotated Bibliography. [Goldman, Yosef] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hebrew Printing In America, A History And Annotated Bibliography.5/5(1).

I am very pleased to announce the addition of a new database to Columbia's Jewish Studies collection, the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book.

This exceptional resource is a detailed database of approximately 90% of the books printed in Hebrew letters between and (Ladino and Judeo-Arabic books are all included; Yiddish books are not – although the database does include books.

I am very pleased to announce the addition of a new database to Columbia's Jewish Studies collection, the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book.

This exceptional resource is a detailed database of approximately 90% of the books printed in Hebrew letters between and (Ladino and Judeo-Arabic books are all included; Yiddish books are not [ ]. In the Hebrew University, in cooperation with Mosad Bialik and the Ministry of Education and Culture, initiated the Institute for Hebrew Bibliography under the direction of N.

Ben-Menahem. Its aim is to compile a definitive bibliographical listing of every Hebrew book which has been published up to (specimen brochure, ). Beit-Arié, Malachi, “ The Relationship between Early Hebrew Printing and Handwritten Books: Attachment or Detachment,” published with Addenda and Corrigenda in Beit-Arié, The Makings of the Medieval Hebrew Book: Studies in Palaeography and Codicology (Jerusalem, ), – Publications about non-graphic aspects of Hebrew printing, about Hebrew typography before the 19th century, and about Hebrew calligraphy are excluded.

These subjects are less relevant to modern Hebrew typesetting, and I exclude them in order to keep the scope of this bibliography reasonable. Hebrew typefaces are coveredin Sections 2, 3, and 4. _____ Marvin J. Heller writes books and articles on Hebrew printing and bibliography.

His Printing the Talmud: A History of the Individual Treatises Printed from to (Brill, Leiden, ), and The Six- teenth Century Hebrew Book: An Abridged Thesaurus (Brill, Leiden, ) were, respectively, recipients of the and Research.

There are two studies by the editor of the book, Olga Sixtová: the first provides an overview of Prague Hebrew printing inthe second deals with the earliest period in the development of the typography and decoration of Prague Hebraica, and also includes a detailed bibliography of about the first fifty years ().

Related subjects, like the censorship or Christian Hebrew printing, are not treated here; some of them are studied in our collaborative monograph Hebrew Printing in Bohemia and Moravia published on the occasion of the anniversary. In terms of time-range, our research concentrates on the oldest period: fromwhen the first book was.

The Bibliography of the Hebrew Book is a bibliography of all types of Jewish literature published in Hebrew characters, including different Jewish languages such as Hebrew, Yiddish and Ladino. During the last years individual scholars compiled bibliographies of Hebrew and Jewish literature.

In Hebrew University and Mosad Bialik together with the Department of Education .A Gazetteer of Hebrew Printing (New York: New York Public Library, ) localities Katz Center - Stacks. ZF73 Van Pelt Library.

ZF7 [repr. pp. in, Hebrew Printing and Bibliography (New York, ) Katz Center - Reference Room. ZH4 H43 ] Krek, Miroslav.